The standard regional bus was a Dutch regional bus that was built between 1967 and 1988. Although the name suggests otherwise, there were some differences in the series. The buses were built by Leyland-Verheul and Leyland-Den Oudsten, and by DAF on the basis of the DAF MB200 bus chassis. Bodybuilders Den Oudsten in Woerden and Hainje in Heerenveen used the DAF MB200 platform. The last buses were withdrawn from regular passenger service in 2008.