New Flyer Industries XD40

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New Flyer XD40
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Years of manufacture 2008 to present
Length 40 feet
Width 102 inches
Height 126 inches
Weight approx. 25,000 lbs
Seating capacity 42 max
Propulsion Diesel
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The New Flyer Industries XD40 is a diesel transit bus from New Flyer's Xcelsior line. The XD40 was introduced as the full diesel option of the Xcelsior in 2008, but it was not until 2010 when operators began ordering this model.

A visual feature setting the bus apart from the XDE40 is the roof enclosure only extends to just before the rear door. All that needs to be covered on the XD40 is the HVAC as there are no batteries on the roof, though some agencies, such as Community Transit and the Detroit Department of Transportation, have specified a full raised roofline in their orders.




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Demonstrator and engineering units

Below is a list of known demonstrator and engineering buses.

Fleet number Thumbnail Year VIN Engine Hybrid system Notes
SR1212 Cummins ISL9 Allison B400R LFR front end


New Flyer Industries
Models CNG: 30ft: C30LF - C30LFR - 35ft: C35LF - C35LFR - XN35 - 40ft: C40 - C40LF - C40LFR - XN40 - 60ft: XN60
Diesel: 30ft: D30LF - MD30 - 35ft: D35 - D35LF - D35LFR - XD35 - MD35 - 40ft: D40 - D40LF - D40LFA - D40LFR - D40S - D40i - XD40 - 45ft: D45S - 60ft: D60 - D60LF - D60LFA - D60LFR - XD60
Diesel-Electric: 30ft: DE30LFR - 35ft: DE35LF - DE35LFA - DE35LFR - XDE35 - 40ft: DE40LF - DE40LFA - DE40LFR - DE40i - XDE40 - 60ft: DE60LF - DE60LFA - DE60LFR - XDE60
Electric Trolleybus: 40ft: E40LF - E40LFR - XT40 - 60ft: E60 - E60LFR - XT60
Hydrogen Fuel Cell: 40ft: F40LF/H40LF
Gasoline-Electric: 35ft: GE35LFR - 40ft: GE40LF - GE40LFA - GE40LFR
Hydrogen-Electric: 40ft: HE40LF - H40LFR - XH40
LNG: 30ft: L30LF -35ft: L35LF - 40ft: L40LF - L40LFR
Battery-Electric: 40ft: XE40
Platform Invero - Low Floor - MiDi - Xcelsior

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