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DCCBNA unveils all-new Dodge Sprinter at BusCon

Posted on October 2, 2007

DaimlerChrysler Commercial Buses North America (DCCBNA) unveiled its all-new 2007 Dodge Sprinter shuttle bus to motorcoach and bus operators attending METRO Magazine’s BusCon Convention at Navy Pier in Chicago.  


“The all-new, larger Sprinter shuttle bus simply increases the versatility of the vehicle, while continuing to offer best-in-class fuel economy and unmatched ride and maneuverability,” said Patrick Scully, DCCBNA’s chief commercial officer.  


The new Sprinter is the only shuttle bus manufactured by DCCBNA in North America and provides increased passenger capacity — seating 15 passengers in a variety of configurations.  


DCCBNA is showcasing three different variations at BusCon that can accommodate a variety of shuttle bus applications for hotel, parking and small tours.

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