The Neoplan N4016 was a low-floor single-decker bus built by Neoplan between 1988 and 1999, initially at Stuttgart in Germany and later also in Poland. It is the larger version of the Neoplan N4009 midibus.
The N4016 is remembered for being the first low-entry single-decker bus sold in the United Kingdom.
In Russia, Minski Awtomobilny Sawod (MAZ) took contacts with Neoplan in order to produce the Šablona:Interlanguage link : a russian low-floor bus closely related to the Neoplan N4016. While the MAZ-101 sold poorly, subsequent variants (Šablona:Interlanguage link, Šablona:Interlanguage link and the three-axle Šablona:Interlanguage link) have been sold to a vast amount of Russian and foreign operators and are still in production today.