Motorcoach

Prevost delivers Volvo 9700s to Ariz.

Posted on June 30, 2009

[IMAGE]prevost-1.jpg[/IMAGE]Tucson, Ariz.-based Mountain View Tours took delivery of five new Volvo 9700 motorcoaches from Prevost and plans to acquire as many as five additional vehicles in the coming months.

"We've always liked Volvo because of its fantastic design and high level of integration," said Greg Conser, president at Mountain View. "The Volvo is engineered to be an integrated package. It's not a vehicle that has evolved over time with parts from various manufacturers. Instead, it's engineered-from the start-the way a coach should be."

Mountain View has provided charter and contract service since 1990. With some 50 employees and a fleet of 25 motorcoaches, it currently serves the western U.S., Mexico and Canada.

 

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