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MCI delivers J4500s to Kentucky, Louisiana

Posted on December 10, 2010

[IMAGE]Blue-Grass-Tours-2.jpg[/IMAGE] Blue Grass Tours of Lexington, Ky. recently received two new Motor Coach Industries (MCI) J4500 coaches.

The J4500s feature an easy-boarding entryway, scenery-sized windows, a state-of-the-art-entertainment system and a smooth-riding wide-ride suspension.

Blue Grass Tours operates 20 coaches, two custom VIP conversion coaches, four vans and limousines. In addition to tours and charter services, Blue Grass offers customized tours through its tour department.

[IMAGE]First-Apostolic-Church-Coach-2.jpg[/IMAGE] Additionally, Baton Rouge, La.’s First Apostolic Church took delivery of a new MCI J4500 coach last month. It is the first time the Church has purchased a new motorcoach.

The Church’s new MCI J4500 comes equipped with a Cummins engine, Allison B500 transmission, electronic stability control and a Smartwave tire pressure monitoring system. The J4500 brings together curbside appeal, luxury amenities and easy operation.

 

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