Motorcoach

Prevost delivers 5 H-series coaches to Toronto

Posted on April 25, 2011

Pacific Western Toronto added five motorcoaches to its highway motorcoach charter fleet. The Prevost manufactured H-Series highway motorcoaches have a 52 passenger capacity and were delivered to the Ordan facility this week to begin operations.

The new motorcoaches feature a collection of amenities designed to ensure passenger safety and enhance comfort, including the Prevost AWARE System, which provides trained motorcoach operators with additional driving information and, if required, breaking assistance in a series of driving conditions.

Interior amenities include comfortable leather seating, three point retractable seat restraints, convenient cup and magazine holders. Passengers can also enjoy additional leg room and electrical outlets to charge their mobile devices such as laptops, smart phones, ipods and more.

The new highway motorcoaches will join a versatile fleet comprised of 56 and 47 passenger highway motorcoaches, 29 passenger mini coaches and 44 passenger school buses.

 

 

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