Hino first started producing buses in Japan in 1946 as Hino Industry Co Ltd. In 1965 Hino set up in Australia and sold its first bus. The first bus ever built in Australia was by Freighter Industries in Adelaide and was sold into Tasmania. Hino Buses continued to be sold in Australia in 1980-1998 as Hino Bus Australia before trading as Hino Motor Sales Australia (HMSA) as it is now today. HMSA still build buses on demand and on a custom made basis, continuing in the Hino tradition of Quality, Durability and Reliability (QDR).
The Hino Poncho is the most innovative community commercial transport vehicle to come into the Australian market; the Hino Poncho has excellent accessibility that features an ultra low floor design. It simply makes better transport and commercial sense.
Hino provides too many features in their buses like, they are Ultra Low Floor and having Kerb Kneeling with the Australian DDA-Compliant also Emergency Exit both RHS and Roof Hatch, ABS, Combination Leaf and Air Suspension (Front & Rear), Wheelchair Access and Fully Automatic Transmission.
The Hino Liesse was a step-floor minibus built by the Japanese manufacturer Hino Motors from 1995 to 2011. The range was mainly presented as a city bus and a tourist coach.
The Hino Rainbow is a medium-duty single-decker bus marketed by the Japanese automaker Hino in 1980. It was also available for the city bus for the midibus and the tourist coach for the minibus. Asia Motors (now Kia Motors) issued as a badge engineered version called the Cosmos. It is established by J-Bus.
JapaneseCarTrade.com receives lots of Hino BUS inquiries every day from many countries. You can find hundreds of Hino BUS ready stock for your direct import from Japan. Please check list of all Hino BUS Exporters in Japan or send your inquiry to get best offers.