The Dennis Domino was a mini-bus made by the Dennis Brothers. It was built from 1984 to 1985 and in total, only 34 were made.
The Domino is basically a smaller version of Dennis Dominator. The bus was designed for low demand transport routes in urban areas.
The Domino was fitted with a turbocharged V8 diesel engine (Perkins T6.354.4) and a four-speed automatic Maxwell gearbox. The engine was mounted, like the Dominator, at the rear. In practice, this power unit was not particularly reliable. The bus had power steering and air suspension. They were 25 feet and two inches long and 7 feet 6 inches wide. It was suitable for use on narrow roads.
The bus only had two buyers, Greater Manchester Transport and South Yorkshire Transport.