Motorcoach

Report: Prevost private sector sales market leader

Posted on February 1, 2012

The latest motorcoach industry report by National Bus Trader's Larry Plachno shows that Prevost holds the industry lead in market share for private sector coach sales in 2011.

The report reveals that in the 4th quarter, for the third quarter in a row, Prevost held the market share lead of private sector coach sales. In addition, Prevost held the private sector market share lead for all of 2011.

Prevost also had two of the top three coach models in the report's list of most popular models for 4th quarter and for 2011. The Prevost X3-45 was the bestselling coach and the Prevost H3-45 was the third best-selling coach in 4th quarter 2011.

Those same two models appeared in the top three for all of 2011.

Prevost also was awarded the BEC (Bus Executive Committee) Award for Customer Satisfaction. This award is given by Volvo Bus to the global division, which scores highest on the Customer Satisfaction Index.

 

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