FANDOM


(move wikipedia tag to after ELs per std layout !!! & add range navbox)
m (Marking navigational galleries)
 
(5 intermediate revisions by 2 users not shown)
Line 63: Line 63:
 
*P-RB145/AB115 (1985)
 
*P-RB145/AB115 (1985)
 
*U-RB1W/AB2W (1990)
 
*U-RB1W/AB2W (1990)
<gallery>
+
<gallery captionalign="left" navigation="true">
 
Image:P-RB115AA-Joshin-176.jpg|Rainbow RB P-RB115AA
 
Image:P-RB115AA-Joshin-176.jpg|Rainbow RB P-RB115AA
Image:U-RB1WEAA-Kanachu-chi-95.jpg|Rainbow RB U-RB1WEAA
+
Image:U-RB1WEAA-Kanachu-chi-95.jpg|Rainbow RB U-RB1WEAA
 
Image:Hino Rainbow.jpg|Rainbow RB used by [[Fearnes Coaches]].
 
Image:Hino Rainbow.jpg|Rainbow RB used by [[Fearnes Coaches]].
  +
bluewhite rainbow1.jpg|1988 Hino RB145 as converted by CUSTOM COASTER CONVERSIONS|link=www.customcoasterconversions.com.au
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
   
Line 73: Line 74:
 
*U-CH/RH3 (1990)
 
*U-CH/RH3 (1990)
 
*KC-CH/RH1 (1995)
 
*KC-CH/RH1 (1995)
<gallery>
+
<gallery captionalign="left" navigation="true">
 
Image:P-CH160AA-kai-Nara-Kotsu.JPG|Rainbow 7M P-CH160AAkai
 
Image:P-CH160AA-kai-Nara-Kotsu.JPG|Rainbow 7M P-CH160AAkai
  +
RH1WFBA paintjob.jpg|1993 Hino RH1WFBA as owned by CUSTOM COASTER CONVERSIONS|link=www.customcoasterconversions.com.au
  +
ch160 ad1.jpg|1988 Hino CH160A as fitted out by CUSTOM COASTER CONVERSIONS|link=www.customcoasterconversions.com.au
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
 
== Rainbow HR (1999-present) ==
 
== Rainbow HR (1999-present) ==
Line 111: Line 114:
 
{{wikipedia}}
 
{{wikipedia}}
 
{{bus-stub}}
 
{{bus-stub}}
[[Category:Hino vehicles|Rainbow]]
+
[[Category:Buses]]
+
[[Category:Hino buses|Rainbow]]
  +
[[Category:Buses built in Japan]]

Latest revision as of 18:34, August 21, 2014

Hino Rainbow
Niseko bus 462
Manufacturer Hino
Production 1980-present
Predecessor Hino RL
Successor Hino Liesse, Hino Melpha (Tourist coach)
Class Buses
Body style(s) Bus
Transmission(s) 5-speed manual
6-speed manual
3-speed automatic (7M/7W/RB/AB)
5-speed automatic (RJ/RR/HR/II)
Related Isuzu Erga Mio, Isuzu Gala Mio

The Hino Rainbow (kana:日野・レインボー) is a medium-duty bus built by Hino. The range was primarily available as city bus and tourist coach. Asia Motors made a badge engineered version called the Asia Cosmos.

RL (1970-1980) Edit

  • RL100 (1970)
  • RL300/320 (1975)
  • K-RL301/321 (1980)

Rainbow RJ/RR (1980-2004) Edit

  • First generation (1980-1988)
    • K-RJ/RR170/172/192 (1980)
    • P-RJ/RR170/172/192 (1984)
  • Second generation(1988-2004)
    • P-RJ/RR170/172/192 (1988)
    • U-RJ/RR3H (1990)
    • KC-RJ/RR1J (1995)
    • KK-RJ/RR1J (1999)

Rainbow AC (1983-1988) Edit

  • P-AC140 (1983)

Rainbow RB/AB (1985-1995) Edit

The Rainbow RB (rear engine)/AB (front engine) is a light-duty bus.

  • P-RB145/AB115 (1985)
  • U-RB1W/AB2W (1990)

Rainbow 7M(CH)/7W(RH) (1987-1998) Edit

  • P-CH/RH160 (1987)
  • U-CH/RH3 (1990)
  • KC-CH/RH1 (1995)

Rainbow HR (1999-present) Edit

The Rainbow HR is non-step (low-floor) city bus. The HR1J engine is J08C 220ps 6-cylinder 8-litre diesel engine. The HR7J engines J07E 225ps 5-cylinder 7-litre diesel engine with a turbocharger and intercooler.

  • KK-HR1J (1999) - 7m/9m
  • KL-HR1J (2000) - 10.5m
  • PB/PK-HR7J (2004) - 9m/10.5m
  • BDG-HR7J (2007) - 10.5m

Rainbow II (2004-present) Edit

The Rainbow II is a rebadged by Isuzu Erga Mio.

  • PJ-KR234J1 (2004)
  • PDG-KR234J2 (2007)

ReferencesEdit

External links Edit

Commons-logo
Wikimedia Commons has media related to:


Smallwikipedialogo This page uses some content from Wikipedia. The original article was at Hino Rainbow. The list of authors can be seen in the page history. As with Tractor & Construction Plant Wiki, the text of Wikipedia is available under the Creative Commons by Attribution License and/or GNU Free Documentation License. Please check page history for when the original article was copied to Wikia

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.