Liemobil was formed in 2000 from the previously named Liechtenstein Bus. They have 20 routes including a couple that cross the borders into Austria and Switzerland. They have a modern fleet including Volvo 7700 hybrids, MAN Lions City gas buses, Mercedes Citaros, and Setra 415's. I wonder if we'll ever see a UK city with a fleet like this one. Once again my thanks to Pierre Antoine and his really fascinating Flikr page can be found by clicking here.
The first of Pierre-Antione's pictures is of a MAN Lions City DD. 13.74 metres long and triple doored this is the biggest in the Lion's City range, although I haven't managed to find out what fuel this example runs on - I assume diesel as i don't know of a double deck gas bus yet. Looks pretty damned inprssive though
|MAN Lion's City DD on the Liemobil service 13 to Buchs|
|MAN Lion's City G - A23 on the 12 to Sargans|
|MAN Lion's City U - A20 on the 12 to Buchs|
|Mercedes Citaro G II Bendibus en route to Sargans|
|Mercedes Citaro U II|
|Liemobil's Volvo 7700 Hybrid with Schaan Bahnhof body|