Not to be confused with MCW (Metro Cammell Weymann), another bus manufacturer.
MCV Bus and Coach, also known as Manufacturing Commercial Vehicles or simply MCV, are a British bus manufacturer owned by Egyptian company Manufacturing Commercial Vehicles. They were founded in late 2002 when the aforementioned company bought the failing Marshall manufacturer.
MCV started by bodying five Dennis Dart SLFs with Marshall's old Capital bodywork, before moving on to launch the Capital's successor - the Stirling - in 2003. In 2005 they launched the Evolution, their most successful product to date, and in 2011 the DD103 was launched, their first double-decker. This was followed in 2014 by the DD102, their first integral bus.