CH Bus delivers TS 30 to Hawaii

Posted on April 10, 2015

Royal Star Hawaii continues to expand its transportation offerings to meet the evolving needs of travelers with the addition of two new Gold TEMSA TS 30 Series Mini Coaches from CH Bus Sales.

The new 34-seat mini coaches feature designer upholstery, reclining chairs with adjustable footrests, and individual lighting and air conditioning controls. The large tinted windows with adjustable shades offer wide panoramic views, while an air ride suspension provides a smooth, comfortable ride.

The mini coaches also include an advanced audio/DVD video system with microphone and flat screens. The kneeling feature allows for easy access boarding.

The world class TEMSA coach is a fully integral mid-sized coach, constructed from stainless steel, with an independent front suspension and automatic transmission, contributing to a smooth, comfortable drive. The superb European design and quality create a superior customer experience, while the American driveline (Cummins/Allison) provides excellent power and optimum serviceability, according to the company.

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