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ABC delivers C2045 Van Hools to Conn., Ind.

Posted on September 20, 2010

[IMAGE]Premier-4.jpg[/IMAGE]ABC Companies delivered four 2010 Van Hool C2045 coaches to Berlin, Conn.-based Premier Limousine/Bus Lines. The company now operates 14 coaches, 12 mini and limo buses, and 90 town cars and limousines.

All four of the new coaches have Amaya passenger seats with three-point seatbelts, Alcoa Dura Bright aluminum wheels, Allison B500 automatic transmissions, and DVD/CD/VHS surround sound.

Additionally, two coaches feature Van Hool's exclusive contoured parcel rack with 22-inch flat screen monitors and rear passenger windows. To accommodate groups that need extra overhead storage, the other two have standard racks with 15-inch video monitors.

[IMAGE]Royal-2.jpg[/IMAGE]Meanwhile, Mishawaka, Ind.-based Royal Excursion also took delivery of four 2010 C2045s, one of which is designed for luxury and features 46 leather seats with extra spacing, a galley, Wi-Fi, enhanced contoured racks with a satellite TV system featuring six 22-inch monitors, and 110-volt outlets.

The additional three coaches come equipped with six 15-inch monitors, Wi-Fi, three-point seatbelts and 110 outlets.

All of the coaches have Cummins ISM 450HP engines coupled to Allison B500 Transmissions.

 

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