Management & Operations

ABC delivers C2045Es, 3035REs to Canada

Posted on May 25, 2010

[IMAGE]MCI-3.jpg[/IMAGE]Medicine Hat, Alberta-based Traxx Coachlines recently added three new Van Hool C2045E's to its fleet.

This brings the Traxx fleet of motorcoaches to 48. The new coaches are powered by a Detroit Diesel Series 60 engine coupled to Allison Gen4 B500 six-speed automatic transmission and equipped with a luxury six-monitor REI entertainment system, Wi-Fi, 110 volt outlets and Alcoa DuraBright Aluminum Wheels.

[IMAGE]MCI2.jpg[/IMAGE]Additionally, Great Canadian Holidays of Kitchener Ontario, added three 3035REs to its fleet of motorcoaches. The new coaches, like all Great Canadian vehicles, have graphic murals reflecting the company's dedication to showcasing Canada's unparalleled beauty and history. The 3035RE is exclusively manufactured for ABC Companies by General Coach of America.

The luxury configuration has 36 Amaya passenger seats, Monogram Flush lavatory, four 15-inch video monitors and a rear galley and powered by Cummins ISB engines linked to Allison PTS 3000 Gen IV transmissions.

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