Motor Coach Industries F3500

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Motor Coach Industries F3500
MCI F3500
Years of manufacture 2000 to 2004
Length 35 feet
Width 102 inches
Power/Fuel Diesel
MCI F3500

The Motor Coach Industries F3500 (initially known as the 102F35) was a 35-foot coach available in North America. The F3500 was originally intended to be used as a conversion shell due to its affordable price and length, but it soon found markets in the shuttle and motorcoach industries.

After the merger of MCI and Dina in 1994, MCI worked on a new, small integral coach for the North American market. This became the F12 in Mexico, a 40-foot two axle coach, and the F3500, a 35-foot two axle coach, in Canada and the United States. It used the torilastic suspension developed by Flxible and acquired by Dina. The coaches were manufactured in Sahagun, Mexico.[1]


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Demonstrator units

Fleet number Thumbnail Year VIN Engine Transmission Notes
2001 White


  1. Plancho, Larry (April 2001) MCI Coaches A to J. National Bus Trader.