A Travel London Caetano Nimbus used on route 112
|Built at||Salvador Caetano|
|Length||8.8m - 11.4m|
|Floor type||Low floor|
|Doors||1 or 2 door|
|Chassis||Dennis Dart SLF|
It was mostly popular with small operators, though it was also a fairly common sight in London, with Tellings-Golden Miller and First London ordering sizeable numbers for Transport for London tendered services.
During 2002 a shorter and narrower version called the Slimbus was developed, the principal customer being Connex Transport Jersey who required small buses because of local size restrictions. Some Slimbuses went to CT Plus in London as well as National Car Parks for airport shuttle work, some of which have subsequently materialised with Island Coachways in Guernsey.
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