Motorcoach

Daimler delivers S 417s to Va., N.C.

Posted on April 30, 2010

[IMAGE]Cross.jpg[/IMAGE]Daimler Buses North America delivered a new Setra TopClass S 417 luxury motorcoach to Harrisonburg, Va.-based Cross Tours - Motor Coach, expanding its fleet to three motorcoaches.

The 56 passenger Setra S 417 delivered to Cross Tours boasts top-of-the-line Ambiente style passenger seating with seatbelts. The seats have leather headrest inserts, aisle and center armrests, along with auto-retracting footrests. For passenger entertainment the coach features five 19-inch monitors and a Blaupunkt CD/DVD player.

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Additionally, Greensboro, N.C.-based Gotta Go Trailways took delivery two Setra TopClass S 417 luxury motorcoaches.

Gotta Go's S 417s feature the optional rear window that creates an open feeling throughout the cabin. Each coach also has five 19-inch LCD monitors for passenger's entertainment and Setra's stylish and ergonomically designed seating, with a capacity of 56 passengers.

Both Cross Tours and Gotta Go are first-time Setra S 417 customers.

 

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