Wright Commander
Wright Commander 1
A Wright Commander bodied VDL SB200 in service with Kimes, pictured in Stamford.
Manufacturer Wright
Operator(s) Arriva and others
Floor type Low floor
Doors 1 or 2 door
Chassis DAF/VDL SB200
Engine(s) Cummins ISBe (DAF/VDL SB200)
Options Various customer options

The Wright Commander is a low-floor single-deck bus body built by Wright on DAF/VDL SB200 chassis. Examples entered service in the UK between 2002 and 2007, the majority with Arriva subsidiaries. Between 2002 and 2003, 173 dual door examples were delivered to Arriva in the Netherlands, mainly operating in Rotterdam-Utrecht area.

Visually and structurally, it is a larger version of the Wright Cadet. Along with the Cadet, it perpetuated the 'Classic' styling for several years after the Volvo- and Scania-based equivalents had been phased out.

The Commander was replaced by the Pulsar, which shares the appearance of the Eclipse and Solar.

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