The new Enviro500 SuperLo may be ADL's lowest, three-axle double deck, but it still punches well above its height. Capable of carrying up to 81 passengers in state-of-the-art luxury it is set to transform the landscape of the US and Canada.
At 12' 10" (3.91m) it's built to operate almost anywhere - right across the continent. Passenger comfort, easy access and best-in-class manoeuvrability all come as standard. The expertise of ADL's engineers and the reliability of their components mean your fleet spends more time on the road, and the buses' design makes them easy to maintain. They're environment friendly too, helping you to reduce your carbon footprint.
If you're ready to improve not only passenger capacity but experience, and improve your revenues in the process, ADL's cost-effective, practical, efficient and reliable double decks are for you.
SuperLo: A stunning street presence, advanced passenger comfort, and the same footprint as a conventional single deck bus at a new SuperLo height of 12' 10" (3.91m).
Small is beautiful, especially when it offers more
The Enviro500 SuperLo's unique combination of high capacity and comfort, designed exclusively for the North American market, heralds a new era for interurban commuter operations.
Its overall height may be lower than previous three-axle models, but it delivers MORE internal space, improving on already outstanding passenger comfort.
At 12' 10" (3.91m), the Enviro500 SuperLo complies fully with standards and regulations in the US and Canada. This makes it ideal for interurban transport, on a continental scale.
ADL have shaved eight inches from the height of its predecessor, without making any reduction in the ceiling height of the upper saloon.
This light and airy passenger space offers an attractive viewing platform for any journey. The Enviro500 SuperLo is lower overall than comparable alternatives, but with higher ceilings throughout.
Passenger access is improved too. A three inch reduction in the chassis profile an enhanced structural strength gives this model and extremely low floor. Coupled with a low step and flat floor, this means easier access for wheelchairs, plus a large space for seated passengers.