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Cummins bus engines

Better Where It Counts. Every Route.

At Cummins, the goal is to make sure the wheels on the bus keep turning – of every hour of every day, on every type of route. Whether that might be on the most demanding of urban transit routes, a shuttle bus heading to and from an airport or hotel, or school bus transporting children to school, count on Cummins to get the job done without delay. 

Cummins delivers clean, fuel efficient, reliable engines to keep your buses on schedule. Whether you prefer diesel, natural gas or an electric hybrid, Cummins has you covered with a full lineup of engines.

  • ISB6.7
  • ISC8.3
  • ISL G
  • ISL9
  • ​ISB6.7 and ISL9 (diesel-hybrids)

Cummins is the only engine manufacturer to design, develop and support a completely integrated performance system, from air handling to exhaust aftertreatment, allowing for advanced fuel performance and economy.

All Cummins bus engines meet U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) 2013 emissions standards,  2014 greenhouse gas (GHG) and 2014 fuel efficiency standards. Compared to the 2012 models, the 2013 ISL9 and ISB6.7 diesel engines get up to 2 percent better fuel economy. If you prefer natural gas in your fleet, the Cummins Westport ISL G can help you obtain even lower total costs of ownership.

The Advantages of choosing a Cummins engine

  • Fully integrated technology for simultaneous improvements to fuel economy and performance, operating costs and emission level reductions.
  • Technological innovation and expertise and a leader in hybrid diesel engines.
  • A global parts and service network with over 6,500 locations worldwide.

To learn more about Cummins bus engines, contact a local Cummins Eastern Canada representative or visit our engine specification library by clicking the button below.

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