The MCV Stirling was a model of midibus bodywork produced by MCV between 2003 and 2005, as the successor to the MCV (and previously Marshall) Capital. Production only ran for two years before the Stirling was replaced by the more successful MCV Evolution.
Only a relatively small Stirlings were built, on MAN 14.190 and MAN 14.220 chassis. One of these is now Stagecoach Yorkshire 39610 (CU04AMV), an oddball in the local as well as national fleet acquired through the purchase of 2 Travel of Petrechwyth. More Stirlings have since arrived with Stagecoach, however.