Motorcoach

MCI delivers to Hawaii's Royal Star

Posted on February 24, 2009

[IMAGE]021809.jpg[/IMAGE]Motor Coach Industries (MCI) delivered six new E4500 coaches to Royal Star Hawaii Motorcoach Tours & Destination Services, bringing its fleet of E4500s to 22, all five years old or newer.

Royal Star’s E4500s feature a Cummins engine coupled with an Allison Transmission powertrain, as well as Amaya Brasil seats with self-retracting footrests and Aesys destination signs.

Standard features include wide-ride suspension, electronic stability control, a reverse sensing system and an upgraded SmarTire pressure monitoring system. Other standard upgrades include a multi-function steering wheel, enhanced lighting with soft-start, fade-off fluorescent aisle lighting, and a Blaupunkt Pro-Line System that offers concert-hall sound and 15-inch, flat-screen video monitors.

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