£150,000 boost for Carlyle II
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• Carlyle Works has won advance orders worth £750,000 for 38 of its latest minibus bodies built on Freight Rover Sherpa chassis.
The Carlyle II, will be sold alongside Carlyle's existing Sherpa-based minibus. It has a restyled interior with 20 seats and a range of trim options. Bigger windows all round improve visibility; and the side walls are manufactured in double-skinned aluminium.
Carlyle plans to offer the body on other chassis, as well as the 4,050kg GVW Sherpa, including Iveco Ford Daily. The Sherpa-based Carlyle II costs £21,000. All Carlyle II bodies are produced entirely by Carlyle Works, unlike previous models which were based on the Dormobile parcel van.