Motorcoach

CH Bus delivers Temsa to Wis.

Posted on October 18, 2013

Sheboygan, Wis.-based Discovery Coach Inc. took delivery of two Temsa TS-35 motorcoaches from CH Bus Sales.

Discovery’s Temsa TS-35 coaches have seating for 30 passengers and include quality features, such as leather seats, wood grain rubber flooring, 110-volt plug outlets in each row, side and driver shades, and an REI audio/video system.

The Temsa TS-35 coach is a fully integral mid-sized coach that offers a luxurious and spacious interior for passengers and driver. It is constructed from stainless steel for extra durability and safety.

The TS-35 has independent front suspension and automatic transmission, contributing to a smooth, comfortable ride. This coach is also equipped with a Cummins ISL 345 engine, Allison B500 transmission and three-point seat belts.

CH Bus Sales Inc. is the exclusive distributor of Temsa motorcoaches in the U.S.

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