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Published on Jan 6, 2018
The M125M is a 12 metres long citybus designed and produced by Jelcz. It was introduced in 1998 as the first fully low floor Polish bus. It had an MAN D0826 LUH12 engine, which is capable of delivering 220 hp, and a Voith D851.3 or ZF 5HP500 gearbox.
In 2001 the bus got a new, Euro 3 compatible engine (D0836 LUH02) along with disc brakes for all 4 wheels, and some further changes have been made inside and outside.
In 2003 the gas powered version became available, marked as M125M / 4 CNG. It had a 245 hp MAN E2866 DUH03 engine and a Voith D854.3E or ZF 6HP504C gearbox.
Between 1998 and 2006 a total of 71 diesel and 11 CNG powered buses left the factory. The production ended officially in 2008.