Building off Blue Bird’s purpose-built product strategy for maximum quality and optimization, the Blue Bird All American body design includes exclusive features that directly enhance safety and durability for increased overall value. The All American comes in a choice of 3 different configurations: Forward Engine Diesel, Rear Engine Propane and Rear Engine Gasoline.
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Newly updated, the All American Forward Engine continues to provide classic All American features along with a flexible array of body plans and seating configurations accommodating 54-90 students. As a leader in transport, the FE is especially stellar at navigating in densely populated areas and along highly-trafficked, tight and twisty routes. Its enhanced front service door allows easy access to the engine without the need for special tools, thus increasing uptime and reducing maintenance time.
Go green with the All American Rear Engine (RE) powered by clean, affordable and domestic Compressed Natural Gas (CNG). As an extension of Blue Bird’s commitment to providing a full-line of affordable green solutions, this bus provides the same great features offered on All American buses while reducing emissions and creating a healthier environment for the community it serves.
Newly updated, the All American Rear Engine (RE) school bus is an extension Blue Bird's legacy of leadership by setting new industry standards for driver ergonomics, efficiency, safety, serviceability, passenger comfort and life-cycle value. The engine's rear location provides exceptional serviceability, allows for extra cooling and consequently higher power ratings, reduces noise to lessen interference with the driver and allows a wide stepwell for boarding ease and a clear view of children boarding and exiting. With capacities ranging from 66-84 students and attractive fuel choices of diesel or compressed natural gas, the All American RE is an ideal transportation solution, especially on routes requiring extra power.