.........Euro 2: There are hardly any Euro 2 buses left in London meaning it was extremely hard to get pictures of them. Some types of Euro-2 buses in London are very old Dart Pointers and DAFDB250 ALX400s. I have a sole picture and here it is:
Euro 3: All Euro-3 buses won't be Euro-3 for much longer, but there are quite a few left in London. I have two pictures this time as they aren't as rare as Euro-2 buses.
|Believe it or not, these are Euro-3!!|
|In the single-deck market, Dart Caetano Nimbuses are Euro-3.|
Euro 4: Now, there are many Euro-4 buses in London which means I have more than two pictures this time! From 2015, all buses have to be Euro-4 or above. Most Euro-4 buses are newer vehicles such as early Enviro 400s and MAN Evolutions.
|Enviro 400s built before 2010 are Euro-4. TE941, allocated to Potters Bar, has recently been refurbished.|
|Early Enviro 400 Hybrids are Euro-4 too.|
|Apart from the 15 Lowheight SP's, all the others are Euro 4 or Euro 5.|
|MM772 is Euro-4, delivered in 2007. However, it is withdrawn now due to reliability problems.|
Euro 5: Most buses in London are Euro 5 including some odd and different types of buses.
|Yes, more E400s. But most of them are Euro 5 so I had to include another.|
|Rival to the E400: Wrightbus Gemini. There are Hybrid and Diesel versions of these, all are Euro 5 but three which are Euro 6.|
|Here is the Hybrid version of the Gemini.|
|Yes, all the current NB4Ls are Euro 5. Euro 6 prototypes are coming to London soon.|
|This is the first and without a doubt last E200 included in this post. They are all Euro 5.|
|BYD Electric Buses are Euro 5.|
Finally, Euro 6: There are 12 Euro 6 buses in service, with another 62 being entered service soon. Two Euro 6 buses (Mercedes Citaro K 10.6m and Volvo B5TL Gemini V6) have been withdrawn, although more B5TLs are due soon. Since as the B5TL I have a picture of has been withdrawn, I will only include the pictures of the E40H buses which are allocated to routes 47 and 199. There is one E40D model working for Abellio London.
|The first one to enter service was SN14 TVX. These are 10.3m in length.|
|SN14TWE on route 47.|