|Engine:||4 Bombardier Three-Phase traction motors (750v DC OHLE)|
|Power:||644 hp (480 kW)|
The CR4000 tram is similar to the K4000 tram built for Cologne. It has a "seventy six percent" low floor design with a cab at each end. The tram has six axles with the articulated section being on an unpowered bogie. The fleet received a refurbishment in 2008-9 which included new seats and LED lights.
In November 2016 a CR4000 overturned at speed (later found to be travelling too fast for the junction it was travelling over). Seven people died and fifty-eight others were injured. Following the incident a number of extra safety features have been rolled out to the fleet including a reduction in the top speed to forty five mp/h .
|2543 at Wimbledon|
|2531 at Mitcham Junction|
|Behind the cab|
|2543 departs Mitcham Junction|
|Some sections of the network are single track|
 John C. Gillham, Wimbledon to Beckenham before Tramlink (Middleton Press, 2001) p. 3
 Colin J. Marsden, Light Rail (Key Publishing, 2018) p. 32