A-Z, Elkhart deliver paratransit vehicles to Ariz.

Posted on June 25, 2012

A-Z Bus Sales Inc. and Elkhart Coach announced the delivery of 19 Elkhart Coach Paratransit Vehicles to the City of Tucson, Ariz.

The buses feature a Ford E-350 Chassis with a 6.8 liter gasoline engine. They are equipped with a front lift, AVL, camera system and custom graphics. Order and delivery of the new vehicles took less than five months, using a CalACT-MBTA Vehicle Purchasing Cooperative RFP.

Elkhart Coach is a certified transit vehicle manufacturer employing ISO-9001-2000 quality standards, Ford Motor Co. QVM manufacturing processes, and is in compliance with all Federal Transit Administration requirements.

A-Z Bus Sales is an employee-owned company specializing in transportation solutions for the government, public sector, education market, commercial and private fleets. A-Z Bus Sales provides sales and service for new and used buses and financing for all buses through a large nationwide network.

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