Volvo B6
A Volvo B6LE with Jit Luen bodywork owned by Citybus.
Manufacturer Volvo
Floor type Step-entrance/low-floor
Doors 1 or 2 door
Engine(s) Volvo
Options Various customer options

The Volvo B6 is a midibus manufactured by Volvo between 1991 and 2000.[1] Its low-floor variant, the Volvo B6LE, was first built in 1994.[2]

The Volvo B6/B6LE chassis was built to compete with the Dennis Dart/Dart SLF chassis. It could be fitted with Volvo TD63E/TD63ES engine (later Volvo D6A engine). The Volvo B6 prototypes were built in Austria, but the production buses were built in the United Kingdom.[1]

The B6 was mainly built for the UK market, but some have been exported to Hong Kong[3] and Australia.

The Volvo B6/B6LE was replaced by Volvo B6BLE.

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