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|Built at||Minski Automobilni Zavod|
|Height||2930 (3050 with air-conditioning)|
|Floor type||absolutely low-floor|
|Weight||11100 (kerb) </br> 18000 (full)|
|Engine(s)||Mercedes-Benz OM 906 LA </br> Deutz TCD 2013LO6 </br> Euro 3 or Euro 4|
|Power output||205 (Mercedes) or 170 (Deutz)|
|Transmission||automatic or mechanic ZF or Voith Diwa|
air-conditioning </br> kneeling function |
automatic lubrication system </br> access ramp for disabled people (installed usually)
MAZ-203 is a low-floor city bus. It is a representative of second generation of MAZ city buses, being a successor of MAZ-103. It has been built since 2006, there are over 100 models built already. MAZ 203 work in Poland, Ukraine, Russia and Romania. There is also a trolleybus bulit from 2008, MAZ-ETON T203 with electrical equipment of Eton, Belarus (GTO or IGBT).
- MAZ-203 page on MAZ website (Russian)
- 50 MAZ-203 supplied to Kazan, Russia
- Photos of MAZ-203 in Gomel, Belarus
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