The new-generation Renault Master Bus was converted by Norden Conversion and features a dedicated area for a stretcher, as well as seating for five able-bodied occupants, as well as the driver.
Rob Anson, owner of Norden Conversion, says the Renault product has once again proven ideal for the application.
“Our customers are taking a liking to the Renault Master Bus design because it provides significant headroom inside, allowing their staff to move around without fear of hitting their heads,”
“With the stretcher conversion we are able to leave a number of seats in place and the standard electric slide out step and option of the electric sliding door are features that our customers appreciate.
“While the raised floor means we have a relatively simple modification to make to accommodate the stretcher base.”
And Lyndon Healey, Renault LCV’s Model Line Manager, says the Master Bus is just as at home in many other types of applications.
“We have sold Master Buses to schools and tour operators as well as municipal authorities.
“As word gets around about how successful these applications are, we are confident the Master Bus will become the natural choice for bus operators who require good headroom, plenty of passenger space, as well as the flexibility of ease of conversion for specific tasks.”