The MAN Lion's City LE with the six-cylinder Euro 6 engine drives through the city with extreme efficiency. The Lion's City LE impresses above all through its high pulling power, low emission values and a low fuel consumption
All MAN Lion's City models are fitted with an extremely efficient transmission control unit. The topography-dependent transmission control unit automatically activates the most-efficient shift program during the journey in response to the uphill or downhill gradient over the route.
To ensure the MAN Lion's Coach really gets into stride over every route, its powerful and high-torque common rail engines with 294 kW (400 HP), 324 kW (440 HP) and 353 kW (480 HP) provide pure driving dynamics.
The MAN Lion's Coach EfficientLine has a comfortable and inviting interior. Thanks to its large glass windows, it not only conveys a unique atmosphere, it also conveys a fascinating sense of space. The generous space combined with the comfortable legroom therefore ensure pure travelling pleasure – from the very beginning right up to the end.
To ensure the MAN Lion's Regio makes quick headway over every route, dynamic drive technology regulates constant outputs throughout. The horizontally installed common rail engines and the choice of four transmission models are perfectly matched to each other.
As a partner to transport providers and companies in local public transport, MAN presents solutions for the most important tasks of tomorrow: this includes flexibility, comfort, safety and environmental protection. Central focus is on the costs/benefits analysis more than ever today.
Requirements placed on safety, quality and reliability will continue to rise in the future. Many technical improvements and innovations can not always be identified at first glance – for instance in the bodyshell structure, drive, chassis or assistance systems. MAN can also score well here.
The most effective accident prevention system is behind the steering wheel – the driver. It is important for the driver to drive with foresight, remain calm and confident in critical situations and stay in control of the vehicle.
The electronic stability program ESP (Electronic Stability Program) supports the driver in critical driving situations such as skidding or imminent tipping over when driving too fast in curves. A vehicle with ESP is also fitted with a steering angle sensor, yawing rate sensor and an acceleration sensor.
MAN BrakeMatic® brake control enables the downhill driving speed set by the cruise control or brake pedal to be held constant by automatically activating the sustained-action brakes:
Activation of the sustained-action brakes with cruise control: The MAN BrakeMatic® sustained-action braking function sets a speed 2 km/h higher than that set with the cruise control speed. The speed is maintained over downhill gradients by operating the standard intarder respectivly retarder.
Activation of the sustained-action brakes by adaptive braking: When the vehicle is braked with the brake pedal on a downhill gradient, the speed is stored that was reached when the brakes were released. The MAN BrakeMatic® reliably maintains the set speed is over downhill gradients by operating the standard intarder respectivly retarder.
Activation of the sustained-action brakes when the maximum speed is reached with Maximum Speed Control (MSC): When the maximum permissible speed of 100 km/h is reached, the standard sustained-action brakes engage and keep the vehicle below the maximum speed at all times.