Established in 1982, Red Kite Vehicle Consultants Limited are the UK’s leading supplier of school and specialist minibuses. Customers can choose their minibus from any of the leading manufacturers including Ford and Peugeot and with the assistance of our team your minibus can be designed and manufactured to your own personal specification. All Red Kite minibuses meet or exceed current regulations and include fully sprung seating incorporating lap and diagonal safety belts as standard.
When you choose a Red Kite minibus you can buy with confidence, as all new minibuses are supplied with a 36 months manufacturers warranty. We also offer a choice of flexible finance options to suit your budget with Red Kite supplying, servicing and maintaining the minibus for the life of the contract.
In addition to 9 -17 seat minibuses Red Kite also provide a comprehensive range of specialist mobility options including wheelchair tail lifts, lowering suspension, individual wheelchair/seat track and securing systems, high visibility trim and quick release seat systems.
The key quality of a vehicle Coach Builder is the challenge to accommodate even the most unusual request. With the assistance of a professionally trained team Red Kite can provide specialist vehicles for Outreach and Community Projects. Airport Transfers, Leisure, Corporate and Business travel as well as Part crew, Work and Utility applications.
Complementing an unrivalled choice of new vehicles Red Kite have available a comprehensive stock of used minibuses each fully refurbished, serviced and given a new class 5 MOT prior to delivery. And for complete peace of mind are offered with our unique 12 months or 12,000 mile ‘no quibble’ warranty.
To assist with your purchase and like the car industry there are a wide choice of financial options to choose from including Lease and Purchase Plans as well as outright purchase. Contract Hire is now a popular choice for many schools allowing a fixed monthly rental to be set aside and with the exception of fuel and insurance, no additional costs need to be factored in.