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Candidate

Candidate

The Candidate Series is a small 20' narrow body model available with up to 14 passengers or as a wheelchair equipped bus with up to 4 wheelchair positions.

This 21' model with its narrow body width can provide efficient service for a variety of needs. Its smart appearance, combined with Supreme's talent in comfort planning, creates a bus that runs with a lot of pride. And when you review the standard and optional features available in equipping your durable StarTrans Candidate, you can be certain you'll have a model that fits your needs.

Standard Features

  • SUBFLOORING - 12-gauge steel outriggers, fully welded with floorlevel Z rail, incorporated with chassis rubber ride capabilities.
  • FLOORING 3/4" "Marine Grade" plywood with .080 aluminum underbelly, undercoated. Floor covered with 1/8" transit rubber. Aluminum heat shield over chassis catalytic converter and muffler.
  • SIDEWALLS 3/4" polyurethane foam insulation (R-6. 12) gelcoated to 1/4" FRP exterior with 1/4" FRP interior. Reinforced with steel perimeter and transverse supports. Completely fiberglassed to adjoining body parts to form a single unitized body.
  • ROOFING One-piece FRP/wood core laminate roof with steel cage reinforcement.
  • WINDOWS 24" x 34" T-slider, 31% tinted. Clamp ring-style radius windows. Egress windows installed to meet FMVSS 217 requirements. Operator's curbside window AS-2 rated: 442 square inches visibility.
  • ENTRY - Spacious entrance (27" x 83" clear opening) with doors that operate manually. Door panels are Plexiglas-plated for the best possible driver's visibility. White step nosing and lighted stepwell standard. Entrance grab rail (left side).
  • LIGHTING Each bus comes standard with six passenger courtesy lights.
  • ELECTRICAL Wiring is color-coded with the number and function designated every 4" on the wire to enable identification and circuit traceability. Only premium components built to meet the Society of Automotive Engineers (S.A.E.) and Underwriter's Laboratories (U.L.) requirements are used. Electronic control console switch panel.