Motorcoach

MCI delivers J4500 to California

Posted on November 26, 2013

Santa Ana, Calif.-based Certified Transportation received a 2014 Motor Coach Industries (MCI) J4500.

Redesigned last year, the new J4500 model looks taller and more modern, according to MCI, with new LED headlamps and a new smooth rear cap. It is designed to deliver improved fuel economy through powertrain optimization.

The coach also features three-point passenger seat belts, electronic stability control, a SmartWave tire-pressure monitoring system and a fire suppression system.

Certified Transportation ordered its J4500 with a wheelchair lift, a state-of-the-art entertainment system, Wi-Fi and power outlets for passengers’ devices.

Altogether, Certified Transportation operates a fleet of 14 coaches, including seven MCIs.

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