ABC delivers Van Hools, M1235s to Calif., N.Y.

Posted on February 22, 2012

Commerce, Calif.-based Nada Bus took delivery of five new 2012 Van Hool C2045s, with two more on order for April, from ABC Companies.

The 57 passenger coaches are all equipped with Detroit DD13 engines and Allison transmissions. They have Alcoa Durabrite aluminum wheels, REI multi-monitor DVD systems, hi-fi audio and CD players, full fabric interiors, wireless microphones and reclining Amaya Torino seats with footrests, as well as Van Hool's unique rear passenger window.

Additionally, Amsterdam, N.Y.-based Brown Coach took delivery of two M1235s, featuring coach style interiors with full height windshields and air ride suspension, as well as Amaya A2-Ten model seats with three-point belts and added leg room.

The new vehicles also offer Wi-Fi, 110 outlets and a video entertainment system with satellite TV.


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