DAF-based Turas driven

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Operators have never had so much choice in the midi-coach sector, and it is a buyers’ market at the moment. One key decision that you have to consider before anything else is whether to go for a front or rear-engine vehicle if you are thinking of a 33-seater or above. Richard Sharman has tested a new option on the market that might be just the ticket for operators of DAF coaches, or those looking for a new alternative

The Noone Turas 900s stands out in the City of Oxford. RICHARD SHARMAN

When you think of DAF you think of big engines used in coaches, such as the popular MX-11. There is now a new option to complement your DAF coach fleet with a midi-coach, or for those simply looking for something different. Either way, this could be the vehicle for you.

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