Hyundai Aero Town

The Hyundai Aero Town (hangul:현대 에어로타운) is a medium-duty midicoach manufactured by the truck & bus division of Hyundai. It was introduced in 1985. It is primarily used as a midcoach and a smaller intercity bus as either a complete bus or a bus chassis. It is distinguishable by a front 'Aero Town' badge, but the common Hyundai badge is usually on the rear. Its primary competitors with the Daewoo BH090 Royal Star and Daewoo BS090 Royal Midi, and its related to the now-discontinued Asia/Kia Cosmos AM818.

Hyundai Aero Town
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Overview
ManufacturerHyundai Motor Company
Production1985–present
DesignerHyundai Motor Company Design Center
Body and chassis
ClassIntegral bus
Body styleMidibus (short body & long body)
LayoutRear-wheel drive
PlatformHyundai Bus Chassis
Doors1 or 2 doors
RelatedKia Cosmos
Powertrain
TransmissionHyundai (manual), ZF/Allison (automatic)
Dimensions
Length8.9m to 10.1m
Width2.35m
Height3.0m
Chronology
PredecessorHyundai DQ-7

ModelsEdit

There are two variants of the Aero Town:

  • Aero Town standard body: short wheelbase midibus.
  • Aero Town long body: long wheelbase midibus.

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