Mitsubishi Fuso Aero Midi
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Manufacturer Mitsubishi Fuso
Production 1988-present
Predecessor Mitsubishi Fuso MK Series
Class Buses
Body style(s) Bus (short & long body)
Engine(s) 6D14, 6D15, 6D16, 6D17, 6M60, 6M61, 4M50
Transmission(s) 5-speed manual

The Mitsubishi Fuso Aero Midi (kana: 三菱ふそう・エアロミディ) is a medium-duty bus built by Mitsubishi Fuso. It is primarily available as city and sightseeing buses.

Its principal competitors are Isuzu Erga Mio, Nissan Diesel Space Runner RM and Hino Rainbow.

MK Series (1974-1988) Edit

  • MK103H (1974)
  • MK115 (1976)
  • K-MK116 (1979)
  • P-MK116/516 (1984)

Aero Midi (First generation, 1988-1993) Edit

  • P-MK117/126/517 (1988)
  • P-MM117/517 (1988)
  • P-MJ117/527 (1988)
  • U-MK117/517 (1990)
  • U-MJ517/527 (1990)
  • U-MM117/517 (1990)

Aero Midi (Second generation, 1993-2007) Edit

  • U-MK117/218/517/525/527/595/618 (1993)
  • U-MJ217/628 (1993)
  • KC-MK219/619 (1995)
    • KC-MK219J (One-step bus, 1998)
  • KC-MJ218/629 (1995)
  • KK-MK23/25/26/27 (1999)
  • KK-MJ23/26 (1999)
  • KK-ME17 (2002)
  • PA-MK17/25/27 (2005)
  • PA-MJ26 (2005)
  • PA-ME17 (2005)

Aero Midi-S (2008-present) Edit

The Aero Midi-S is a rebadged Nissan Diesel Space Runner RM and Nissan Diesel Space Runner JP.

  • PDG-AR820 (2008)
  • PDG-AJ820 (2008)

Model lineup Edit

  • MK Tour 9m
  • MK Line Non-step bus 10.5m, 9m
  • MK Line One-step bus 9m
  • MJ Tour 7m
  • ME Line Non-step bus 7m

See also Edit

External links Edit

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