Motorcoach

MCI adds authorized Nashville service center

Posted on November 1, 2011

Motor Coach Industries (MCI) expanded its network of authorized service centers to include Rush Truck Center Nashville.

Rush Truck Center Nashville, is conveniently located off Interstate 24 in Smyrna, Tenn. Housed in a former Expo center, the 250,000-square-foot facility features 35 service bays and 12 body shop stations. A team of 38 highly skilled ASE-certified technicians employ state-of the art diagnostic technology to take care of preventative maintenance, repairs and more.

"We have experience with MCI coaches and conversion models," said Trey Golden, regional manager of Rush Truck Centers. "We have an extensive parts inventory and plenty of service bays. I think MCI customers will be very excited to know that they can take advantage of our expertise and capabilities."

 

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