Motorcoach

MCI delivers D4505, Setra S 417

Posted on December 23, 2014

Brookfield, Conn.’s Coach Tours, which is celebrating its 30th anniversary, added a new MCI D4505 motorcoach to its fleet.

The new D4505 comes with a redesigned parcel rack; Electronic Stability Control; and tire monitoring and fire suppression systems.

Serving the greater northeastern U.S. with 20 MCI D-Series coaches, Coach Tours caters to a client list that includes prominent corporations as well as professional and college sports teams and the U.S. Military.

Meanwhile, Newark, Del.’s Delaware Express recently

purchased a Setra TopClass S 417.

Powered by a Mercedes-Benz BlueTec engine, the Daimler-built S 417 offers safety features including an Electronic Stability Program, front collision guard, all-wheel disc brakes, ABA braking with anti-slip control, front cornering lights, rain-sensing windshield wipers and automatic-on exterior lights.

Passengers enjoy many onboard amenitie  s, from Setra-designed seats to a top entertainment package.

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