The Fellrunner Village Bus Ltd takes delivery of their new model Euro 6 Sprinter VS30 EVM Cityline Low Floor 16 seater

Euro 6 Sprinter 16 Seater


The Sprinter is based on the Euro 6 516CDI extra-long wheel base with Common Rail Direct Injection diesel engine. Transmission is a 7 Speed G Tronic Automatic gear box, and the exterior is finished in Mercedes-Benz Steel Blue.

Passenger Entry:

Masats 120cm double leaf, rapid sliding passenger entry door with emergency release. Masats lightweight fold out ramp for wheelchair access. Additional full length tracking on low floor areas.


EVM Panoramic double glazed saloon windows in privacy grey.  Original Mercedes front windscreen.  Glass top roof vent with break glass hammer.


Original Mercedes-Benz 270 degree hinge doors.

 Climate Control:

Alex Original “Tap in” Saloon Air Conditioning. Vehtec Convector heaters running in two areas of the saloon forward with thermostat control.


Mercedes Benz Audio 15 with 6” head up display with Radio/SD and Ipod input. Saloon speakers integrated into saloon roof.


There are 16 Kiel Ligero M2 seats with additional padding and full plastic backs finished in E Leather.


This vehicle is complete with hard wearing Tarabus non-slip flooring.

Exterior Styling:

Colour coded bumpers, side moulding, front grill and EVM side skirts.

Accessible Features:

Front destination board. Emergency buzzer on wheelchair ramp and scene light over passenger door for wheelchair loading.


As with all EVM minibus’s the vehicle is completed to European whole vehicle type approval and comes with full 3-year Mercedes-Benz Unlimited mileage chassis warranty.

About the Customer:

 The Fellrunner Buses are operated and driven by local volunteers for the benefit of the community. They serve most of the villages in the Penrith area with services to Penrith or Carlisle. Most services allow for about 3 hours in Penrith and 4 hours in Carlisle.

Fellrunner services were launched in December 1979 after two years of planning by the local community, Cumbria County Council and Voluntary Action Cumbria. The first bus was a 17-seater Ford Transit minibus leased from the County Council, but since 1996 the buses have been owned by the Fellrunner.

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