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MCI delivers 2 new J4500s to Delaware Express

Posted on December 16, 2011

President Gerry Frenze with one of his new J4500s.
President Gerry Frenze with one of his new J4500s.
Newark, Del.-based Delaware Express is adding two new MCI J4500 coaches this year and another two in 2012.

The two new J4500s have rounded out Delaware Express's 20-coach all-MCI fleet. Marketing safety and technology for 2012, Delaware Express equipped the high-end models with three-point passenger seatbelts, Wi-Fi, satellite television, power outlets and DriveCam.

Standard features on the model include a smooth wide-ride suspension, Electronic Stability Control, a SmartWave tire pressure monitoring and Amerex fire suppression system. Delaware Express also added a custom galley for snack and beverage service.



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