The design and standard makeup of commercial buses in Dubai have taken some drastic changes over the years. In fact, from its horse-drawn initial build, we’re now enjoying the perks of a more comfortable range of electric buses. There’s more to it, of course. But we’ll stop that little trivia right there, as we’re now moving on to our vehicle review for today.
Since it arrived in the Gulf market almost a decade and a half ago, the Fuso buses have been a hit in the market. Perhaps one of the main factors why consumers continue to admire Fuso is its faithfulness to what made it big in the market in the first place, and that’s the brand’s efficient design and quality parts. Simplicity and reliability never undersell and sometimes that’s all it takes.
Balanced driving experience
Being fast is a good thing, but the manufacturer’s priority has never been solely about that. In fact, Fuso has always been about safety and comfort, which remains evident in the 2013 Fuso Rosa Bus edition. But aside from that, there’s a lot to like about how they kept the interior cozy and reestablish the importance of safety by improving things such as breaks and road vision, while also adding sensors to keep everything on track and secure.