Blue Bird All American RE

The All American Rear Engine sets the standard for safety, strength, and serviceability. Its transit-style design and panoramic windshield provide an unobstructed view around the front of the bus. Heavy-duty structural components offer a safe environment around passengers and provide extra strength that adds years to the bus’ life.

The engine’s rear location enhances safety by offering an unencumbered stepwell area for a clear view of children boarding and exiting. The engine location also reduces noise to lessen interference with the driver. Finally, the well-organized rear engine area is a service technician’s delight because of the ease of maintenance.

With capacities ranging from 66-90 students and attractive fuel choices of diesel or compressed natural gas, the Blue Bird All American Rear Engine is equipped to meet any customer’s school transportation needs.

Easily adjustable tilt/telescoping steering column improves driver ergonomics and accessibility

The All American’s Panoramic windshield enhances sightlines around the front of the bus, including the loading and unloading zones.

Premium components such as maintenance- free Huck Spin fasteners on all permanent frame fixtures contribute to the Blue Bird All American Rear Engine’s strength and durability.

Blue Bird’s trademark one-piece roof bows provide maximum roll-over strength.

Mineral Wool Insulation provides better vertical integrity than fiberglass, adding to the total life cycle value of the Blue Bird All American Rear Engine.

One piece roof sheets from window top to window top add extra strength and durability to the Blue Bird All American Rear Engine.

Comfort Aire, Blue Bird’s integrated air conditioning offering, provides greater efficiency and quality than competitor aftermarket systems as the Comfort Aire system is designed in harmony with other OEM installed components.

Four full-length, 16 gauge exterior side rub rails are positioned to offer optimum strength and protection and are specifically designed to resist penetration on side collisions; rails are dimpled at bottom fasteners to facilitate drainage and prevent corrosion.