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CH Bus delivers full-, mid-size Temsas to Atlanta

Posted on February 6, 2015

Atlanta’s Atlantic Limousine & Transportation took delivery of four Temsa TS 45 full-size and two TS 35 mid-size coaches from CH Bus Sales.

Atlantic’s TS 35 mid-size coaches provide seating for 40 passengers and are equipped with leather seats, hardwood floor, a REI A/V system, flat screen TVs, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi, 110-volt/USB power outlets, and a restroom.

Meanwhile, the TS 45 full-size coaches are seated for 56 passengers and are equipped with some of the same favorite features, including Wi-Fi, 110-volt/USB power outlets, and Satellite TV.

RELATED: Temsa Vehicles Bring Smoother, Quieter Rides to U.S. Market

Constructed from stainless steel for extra durability and strength, Temsa’s vehicles are wholly integral full-size coaches that offer a luxurious and spacious interior for passengers and driver. All Temsa coaches are exclusively equipped with the Cummins/Allison drivetrain, providing both power and optimum serviceability.

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

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