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MCI delivers 52 J4500s to Idaho

Posted on June 11, 2012

Motor Coach Industries Inc. (MCI) delivered 52 new J4500s to the nuclear energy research group Idaho National Laboratory (INL).

Altogether, INL Bus Operations operates 103 MCI coaches to transport employees to its testing labs and campus locations. Its newest MCI models are the first in its fleet to feature Wi-Fi connectivity and power outlets that allow passengers to use and charge digital devices.

In addition, the coaches come equipped with fuel-efficient Cummins engines featuring EPA-mandated lower-emission, clean-diesel technology. INL runs its coach fleet using B20 biodiesel fuel made from 80% petroleum products and 20% oil from renewable plant sources.

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