Category:Stagecoach UK Megadekka
No other examples were ordered, but in the early 2000s the company did re-import some other contemporary examples built by Alexander and others, from Hong Kong - see Second-hand Hong Kong tri-axle buses imported to the United Kingdom.
No. 1 / 14000 later saw service with the Stagecoach subsidiaries East Midland and United Counties (Bedford). It entered service with Megadekka branding over the original corporate Stagecoach livery of white with orange/red/blue stripes. It was later repainted into the second corporate livery minus any branding. It has since been preserved as part of Stagecoach in Bedford's heritage fleet, restored to original livery and branding.No.s 1201/14239 & 1202/14240 also entered service in the striped corporate livery, but without Megadekka branding. They were later used to launch the Megabus long distance low cost express services, being repainted in the dedicated yellow and blue livery. Both were then transferred to Stagecoach Glasgow and painted in the second corporate livery, with X25 Express (Cumbernauld - Glasgow) branding. While on the X25 they were operated using ex-Routemaster registration plates, 14239 as WLT 727 and 14240 as WLT 794. They were then transferred to Stagecoach Manchester for use on Magic Bus low cost bus routes, being repainted in that operations blue and yellow livery. They were then sold by Stagecoach and returned to Glasgow, to WJC Buses, who removed the Magic Bus branding but retained the allover blue livery.
This category has only the following subcategory.
- ► Preserved bus in the UK (F110 NES) (2 F)