MCI delivers J4500 to Ga. operator

Posted on March 20, 2015

Harlem, Ga.-based Horizon Motor Coach recently added a new MCI J4500 coach.

Horizon’s new J4500 features extras like leather-trimmed seats and wood-grain accents, as well as a wheelchair lift so the company can be proactive about ADA compliance. The model offers popular new improvements including a ZF independent front suspension and Bendix Wingman braking.

In addition to purchasing the new coach, in December Horizon opened a new, 9,000-square-foot maintenance and office facility. The new shop space features three maintenance bays inside plus a wash bay outside.

In addition to serving tour, charter and shuttle customers including churches, schools and universities, Horizon is DOD-certified, with an important part of its business coming from nearby Fort Gordon.

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