Wright Endurance
Wright Endurance 1
A Wright Endurance bodied Volvo B10B new to CMT Buses
An Arriva North West Wright Endurance interior
Manufacturer Wright
Floor type Step entrance
Doors 1 door
Chassis Volvo B10B
Scania N113
Engine(s) Volvo (Volvo B10B)
Scania (Scania N113)
Options Various customer options

The Wright Endurance is a step-entrance, single-deck bus body built by Wright between 1993 and 1997.

The large majority were built on Volvo B10B chassis, including quite large fleets for the privatised former PTE companies - in particular Merseyside based MTL Trust Holdings Ltd who took 120, West Midlands Travel who took 67 and Greater Manchester based GM Buses North who took 55. However, the body was also built in small numbers on other chassis types including sixteen Scania N113 chassis for Midland Bluebird. Merseyside's examples continue to see active service today with successor Arriva North West, however early examples have begun to leave the fleet.

The Endurance was superseded by low-floor bodies, the Liberator on Volvo B10L chassis and the Renown on Volvo B10BLE chassis.

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