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International 3300

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International 3300
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IC CE-Series
Overview
ManufacturerNavistar International
Production2005–present
Body and chassis
ClassType C
Layoutconventional 4x2
Body style(s)Cowled chassis
RelatedInternational DuraStar
International 3200
Powertrain
Engine(s)Navistar VT365 V8
Navistar MaxxForce 7 V8
Navistar DT466/MaxxForceDT I6
Cummins ISB6.7 I6
PSI 8.8L LPG V8
Chronology
PredecessorInternational 3800

The International 3300 is a cowled (conventional-style) bus chassis manufactured by Navistar International since 2005 for the United States, Canada, and Mexico. While primarily used for yellow school buses, versions of the 3300 are bodied for other applications as well.

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Design overview

Introduced as the replacement for the 3800 (based on the long-running International S-Series), the 3300 is derived from the International Durastar medium-duty truck line; the model shares its powertrain and forward body components with the Durastar (the cutaway-cab version of the Durastar is designated the International 3200).

Body manufacturers

Blue Bird SBCV
Blue Bird SBCV

As a consequence of the relationships between industry chassis suppliers and school bus body manufacturers, the International 3300 has been more directly associated with IC Bus, in sharp contrast with its International 3800 predecessor. From 2005 to 2008, the 3300 was also bodied by Blue Bird Corporation, who offered it as an additional model alongside its proprietary Blue Bird Vision conventional.

Since 2008, the 3300 chassis has been bodied by IC Bus exclusively in the United States and Canada; the chassis is sold for export, though body manufacturers do not produce school bus bodies for the chassis.

Body Manufacturer Model Name Years in Production Notes
Blue Bird Corporation SBCV 2005–2008 The final version of the Blue Bird Conventional, the SBCV replaced the GM-chassis CV200.
Sold alongside the Vision, which replaced it after 2008.
IC Bus BE-Series

CE-Series

2005–present IC BE uses a low-profile version of the 3300 chassis (flat-floor interior)

Powertrain

At the time of its introduction, the International 3300 was sold exclusively with Navistar-sourced diesel engines. Through its production, the powertrain lineup has changed, as International announced the option of Cummins diesel engines in 2013, which became standard in 2015 production. In 2015, the 3300 became available with a PSI-supplied (Power Solutions International) propane-fuel engine; in 2017, the same engine became available fueled by gasoline.[1]

An Electric version of the CE series called "Charge" that adopted an electric drive system that launched in early 2018. Through the use of the Cummins ISB6.7, the International 3300 chassis adopts powertrain commonality with the Blue Bird Vision, the Freightliner/Thomas C2, and the Spartan Motors chassis used for the Lion 360 diesel bus.

International 3300 Powertrain (2005-present)
Engine Configuration Fuel Production Notes
Navistar VT365 V8 6.0 L (365 cu in) 32V turbocharged V8 Diesel 2005-2007 Standard on CE200 and BE-Series

Replaced by MaxxForce 7

Navistar MaxxForce 7 V8 6.3 L (387 cu in) 32V turbocharged V8 (2008-2010)

6.3 L (387 cu in) 32V twin (sequential) turbo V8 (2010-2015)

2008-2015 Standard on CE
Navistar DT466 I6

Navistar MaxxForce DT I6

7.6 L (466 cu in) 24V turbocharged I6 (2005-2009)

7.6 L (466 cu in) 24V twin-turbo I6 (2010-2014)

2005-2007 (DT466)

2008-2014 (MFDT)

Optional engine on CE (unavailable on BE)

Replaced by Cummins ISB6.7

Cummins ISB6.7 I6 6.7 L (409 cu in) 24V turbocharged I6 2013-present Introduced in 2014 model-year production as option as replacement for MaxxForce DT.

Became standard engine in 2015 production.

PSI 8.8L V8

(Power Solutions Int'l)

8.8 L (535 cu in) 16V V8 LPG/Propane

Gasoline

2015-present (propane)

2017-present (gasoline)

The gasoline-fuel IC CE is the first gasoline-fueled vehicle produced by Navistar since 1986.

Variants

IC BE200 school bus
IC BE200 school bus
International 3200 low-floor bus (IC LC body)
International 3200 low-floor bus (IC LC body)

3300 (low profile)

From 2006 to 2015, IC Bus produced a low-profile version of the 3300 chassis, serving as the basis of the IC BE-Series bus. Produced primarily as a school bus and as its commercial-market derivatives, the BE was designed for operators transporting special-needs passengers. As an alternative to van-based buses, the BE was designed with a flat-floor interior, maximizing the available space for wheelchair passengers.

3200

From 2005 to 2015, the cutaway-cab variant of the International DuraStar was produced for bus use, designated the International 3200, replacing the previous-generation 3400 based on the S-Series cab. Alongside second-party manufacturers, in 2006, IC began production of several types of commercial bodies for the 3200 chassis, including transit shuttle buses, tour buses, limo buses, and low-floor transit buses.

Following the 2010 introduction of the IC AE/AC-Series (based on the smaller International TerraStar), many cutaway International buses adopted IC grille badging, though the 3200 itself was never marketed with a school bus body.

See also

References

  1. ^ "IC Bus Unveils Gasoline-Powered Type C School Bus - Management - School Bus Fleet". www.schoolbusfleet.com. Retrieved 2017-10-21.
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