Motorcoach

MCI delivers to N.J., Fla.

Posted on July 6, 2009

[IMAGE]MCIEnchantedCoach-wBkgdFull-1.jpg[/IMAGE]The Kennedy Space Center in Orlando, Fla. has taken delivery of six additional Motor Coach Industries (MCI) D4505 coaches.

Operated by Delaware North Companies Parks and Resorts, the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex’s MCI D4505 coaches feature transit-style seating and Ricon wheelchair lifts. The coaches are powered by Cummins ISM engines with engine brakes and Allison B500 transmissions. The coaches are additionally equipped with REI entertainment systems featuring eight LCD monitors, stereo CDs and MP3 players.

Meanwhile, Sewell, N.J.-based Enchanted Tours added an MCI E4500 to its fleet.

The new coach features a magical wizard exterior graphic design and comes equipped with an upgraded Blaupunkt entertainment system, a DVD player, 15-inch flat screen video monitors, 110-volt outlets and plush seating for 56 passengers.

This delivery marks Enchanted’s fourth MCI coach and third E4500.

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