Motorcoach

Daimler delivers Setra 417 to Canadian coach co.

Posted on October 1, 2008

 [IMAGE]Dalhousie-Coach-Pics-005Full.jpg[/IMAGE] Ambassatours Gray Line of Halifax, Nova Scotia has entered into a contract to provide transportation with a Setra S 417 luxury motorcoach for Dalhousie University.

The agreement is unique in that it is a multi-year contract with the varsity athletic program, but also provides other faculty and areas of the university to utilize the coach throughout the year.

Dalhousie University, also located in Halifax, Nova Scotia, is the first Canadian university to have a dedicated Setra S 417 luxury motorcoach for its transportation needs. The motorcoach features Setra’s Ambiente seating, wireless internet, laptop connections and a rear galley. The vehicle also boasts the unique TopSky feature – a glass roof that runs the length of the motorcoach, as well as a rear window.

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