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CH Bus Sales delivers Temsa TS 30 to Fla.

Posted on March 6, 2015

Fort Lauderdale, Fla.-based Corporate Coaches added two Temsa TS 30s from CH Bus Sales to go with the five that were delivered in the fall of 2014.

Corporate’s TS 30 Coaches are seated for 34 passengers and are equipped with 110-volt plugs, Alcoa Dura Bright wheels, and an elite REI audio/video system.

The Temsa TS 30 coach is a fully integral stainless steel chassis mid-sized coach that provides the same level of comfort and amenities as a full-size coach. Appropriate for smaller groups as it is seated for 30 to 34 passengers. The current model has independent front suspension and automatic transmission, contributing to a smooth, comfortable drive, as well as an American driveline (Cummins/Allison) providing excellent power and optimum serviceability combined with superb European quality create a high quality driving experience, according to the company.

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