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Daimler Buses delivers 2 Setras at UMA Expo

Posted on January 30, 2008

Daimler Buses North America delivered two Setra S 417s at the United Motorcoach Association Expo in San Francisco earlier this month to ProTran of Fort Washington, Md., and Arrow Stage Lines of Omaha, Neb.  

The ProTran S 417 features upscale onboard amenities, such as leather Ambiente seating, a full galley with wood veneer and a refrigerator, satellite television, a rear window, Blaupunkt GPS satellite navigation, a tire monitoring system, a scenic-view camera and four 19-inch monitors.  

The Arrow Stage Lines S 417 features the TopSky glass roof, as well as satellite television; a Blaupunkt 10-disc CD changer and Blaupunkt multi-channel system; a Garmin GPS scenic-view camera; a card table; airline-style tray tables; and a laptop connection. The coach also comes with safety features such as a fire-suppression system and a tire monitoring system.

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