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ABC delivers Van Hool CX45 to Baltimore operation

Posted on May 24, 2016

Baltimore's American Limousines took delivery of a new Van Hool CX45 from ABC Companies — Van Hool’s exclusive North American distributor.

The 56-passenger luxury motorcoach is powered by a 450 HP Detroit DD13 engine driving through an Allison B500 six- speed automatic transmission. In addition to Van Hool safety features including three-point seatbelts, backup camera, lane departure warning, antilock brakes, Smartwave Tire Pressure Monitoring, Kidde Fire Suppression Systems, automatic stability control, daytime running lights, curbside lighting and adaptive static aiming lights, American Limousines has equipped the coach with optional equipment that ensures their passengers a high-end experience.

These include Grand Luxe passenger seats, an REI Elite entertainment system with six video monitors, enclosed parcel racks, cup holders and 110-volt electrical outlets.

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