Starcraft releases MFSAB

Posted on March 18, 2011

Starcraft Bus announced the release of its newest MFSAB (multi-function school activity bus), the Prodigy XP.

The Prodigy XP was designed and built from the ground up in order to utilize the same body style as Starcraft's recently released Xpress shuttle bus. In keeping with Starcraft's commitment to put safety first, the Prodigy XP offers steel-cage construction, seat belts and various other safety features as standard equipment.

The Prodigy XP is designed specifically for daycare centers, after-school programs and school corporations that require MFSABs to transport their children. In addition to the Prodigy XP, Starcraft Bus currently markets two other MFSABs, the Prodigy LP and Prodigy DRW.


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