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CH Bus delivers Temsa TS 35s to D.C., Kansas

Posted on April 30, 2015

DC Trails' Founder/President Bill Torres (left) with CH Bus Sales President/CEO Bob Foley.
DC Trails' Founder/President Bill Torres (left) with CH Bus Sales President/CEO Bob Foley.
METRO’s 2015 Innovative Motorcoach Operator of the Year DC Trails recently added two Temsa TS 35s from CH Bus Sales.

DC Trails’ TS 35 coaches are ADA accessible with a wheelchair lift and two tie downs. Other quality features include 110-volt plug outlets for all passengers, Alcoa Durabright wheels, and an Elite REI Audio/Video system.

Meanwhile, Kansas-based Village Tours &Travel recently added its third Temsa TS 35.

Village’s new TS 35 coach is also equipped with deluxe features, including 110-volt plug outlets with USB for all passengers, Alcoa Durabright wheels, leather seats, an Elite REI Audio/Video system, upright mirrors and wood-grain flooring

The Temsa TS 35 coach is a fully integral mid-sized coach that offers a luxurious and spacious interior for passengers and driver. Construction from stainless steel ensures extra durability and safety. The TS 35 has independent front suspension and automatic transmission, contributing to a smooth, comfortable ride. This coach is also equipped with an American drivetrain, Cummins ISL 345 HP-EPA 13 engine and Allison B500 transmission.

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

 

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