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ABC delivers 17 Van Hools to Texas, New Orleans

Posted on August 27, 2015

ABC Companies delivered eight new Van Hool CX45s to Euless, Texas’ Roadrunner Companies, as well as nine TX45s to New Orleans’ Hotard Coaches.

Roadrunner’s eight CX45's are equipped with Allison (Gen4) B500 six-speed automatic transmissions, woodgrain flooring, Alcoa DuraBright Aluminum wheels and Van Hool’s exclusive contoured parcel racks, including REI Elite Video Systems with 22-inch video monitors.

Roadrunner serves the Dallas/Ft Worth market with 88 buses, offering charters to destinations throughout the U.S. and Canada.

Meanwhile, Hotard’s TX45 luxury motorcoaches are equipped with REI deluxe entertainment systems, woodgrain floors and leather accented passenger seating. The coaches are powered by Cummins ISX engines coupled to Allison B500 Gen V transmissions and are equipped with Van Hool safety features including three-point seatbelts, backup camera, lane departure warning, anti-lock brakes, Smartwave Tire Pressure Monitoring, Kidde Fire Suppression Systems and Automatic Stability Control.

Hotard has seven additional TX's on order.

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