It depends on how you use them. For example, at 1940 there're 6 buses from that pak that are cheaper in price but more expensive in running cost according to T21 bus, that belongs to the official pak64. In general, all elements from that set follow the same rules. I took the vehicles from the official pakset as a sample, but actually I ignore if they're balanced or not (I'm refering to the ones from pak64
). Some examples:
Buessig: 5000 cr. (0.50 cr/km) 50 km/h, 39 pass. 89 kw
H-Trans: 5000 cr. (1.60 cr/km) 60 km/h, 48 pass. 134 kw
Same price, 8 passenger more and the running cost is the double.
On the other hand, I must admit that some buses from that period 1940's have high running costs due to the high speeds they can reach, taking into account the period where they're available. Example:
Gbr Flyer S77: 4180 cr (2.15 cr./km) 90 km/h, 42 pass. 90 kw
If this one doesn't have a high running cost, it would be a bargain for players. The fastest one of that decade, with a medium capacity and enough power to reach the top speed even if it's full. Surely, it would be the first and probable the only choice if you want to make money.
Anyway, I have the sources so any suggestions are welcome. The repository elements are not inmutable. If somebody detects something wrong and have good arguments, we may change it.
I also noticed that two buses (Mercedes N56 and C24 SAF) the purchase price is ten times the price of everyone else, I think this is an oversight.
You're right about this. Somebody warned me some days ago. It's a typo in price. I'll correct it as soon as possible.