Hino S'elega
Manufacturer Hino
Production 1990-present
Predecessor Hino Blue Ribbon
Class Buses
Body style(s) Bus
Engine(s) F17D, F20C, F21C, P11C ,E13C ,J08E
Transmission(s) 6-speed manual
Related Isuzu Gala
Eiraku-Koutsuu 1993

The Hino S'elega (kana:日野・セレガ) is a heavy-duty bus built by Hino. The range was primarily available as tourist coach.

First generation(1990-2005) Edit


  • U-RU1/2/3/4 (1990)
    • Wheelbase long (6.5 meter: RU1/2) / short(6.2 meter: RU3/4)
  • KC-RU1/2/3/4 (1995)
    • Wheelbase short (6.2 meter)
    • Jake brake(named Hino Engine Retarder) equipped: GD/GJ(standard) FD/FS(option)
    • Hydrauric retarder: option

S'elega R(2000-2005)Edit

  • KL-RU1/4(2000)
    • Magnetic retarder equipped(GD/GJ)

S'elega R Hybrid(2004-2006)Edit

  • VM-RU2PPFR(2004)

Standard model: V-8 OHV Diesel

  • F17E - Max output: 340 horsepower (250 kW)
  • F20C - Max output: 400 horsepower (300 kW) (U-RU) or 355 horsepower (265 kW)(KC-RU)
  • F21C - Max output: 430 or 360 horsepower (270 kW)
  • F17D (Turbocharged) - Max output: 450 hp (for S'elega R KL-RU1FSEA)

Hybrid model: turbocharged straight-6 OHV Diesel

  • P11C - Max output: 228 kW

Second generation(2005-present) Edit

Chuo-Bus Dreamint-Okhotsk

Hino S'elega (right), Isuzu Gala (left)

The Hino S'elega second generation is also sold as Isuzu Gala.

  • ADG-RU1E/8J (2005)
  • PKG-RU1E/BDG-RU8J (2006)
  • BJG-RU1ASAR (2008: Hybrid model)

All models are turbocharged straight-6 OHC Diesel.

  • E13C (12.9 Liter, Max output: 338 kW or 279 kW, for RU1E: 12m length model)
  • J08E (7.7 Liter, Max output: 199 kW, for RU8J: 9m length model)
  • A09C-1M (8.8 Liter, Max output: 257 kW, for RU1A: hybrid model only)

Model lineup Edit

  • First generation
    • GD 12m
    • GJ 12m
    • GT 12m
    • FD 11.5m/12m
    • FS 12m
    • FM 11m/11.5m
    • FC 9m
  • Second generation
    • SHD (Super hi-decker) 12m
    • HD (Hi-decker) 12m
    • HD-S (Hi-decker short) 9m

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