Commercial Body Builders Tundra

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Commercial Body Builders Tundra
Years of manufacture ? to ?
Power/Fuel Diesel, Gasoline

The Commercial Body Builders Tundra was a small cutaway type bus built on the Ford E-350[1] and Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 3500 chassis. The body consists of an all-aluminum frame with aluminum panels that are digitally, pulse-welded into place. An unknown number of Tundras were built on Ford chassis, while a single example was built on a Mercedes chassis as a prototype in 2007. The Mercedes-based Tundra was later sold to BC Transit.

Unlike the Ford-based Tundra, which replaces the passenger side of the van chassis' cab with a door and entryway, the Mercedes-based Tundra retained the van chassis' entire cab, with the passenger compartment's door and entryway positioned behind the front passenger door and seat.


Ford chassis



Mercedes-Benz chassis




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  • BC Transit - Province of British Columbia excluding Metro Vancouver, BC

Demonstrator and engineering units

Below is a list of known demonstrator and engineering buses.

Fleet number Thumbnail Year VIN Engine Transmission Notes
L102 2007 WDXBF445179323928 Mercedes-Benz OM642 Mercedes-Benz 5 speed automatic with overdrive


  1. Ford-based Tundra for sale, archived from the original on 9 April 2021