Motorcoach

Silverado Stages adds 28 Volvo 9700s

Posted on August 21, 2017

Silverado Stages has been providing safe, reliable and comfortable motorcoach and shuttle transportation service across California, Nevada, Arizona, and the West for over 30 years.
Silverado Stages has been providing safe, reliable and comfortable motorcoach and shuttle transportation service across California, Nevada, Arizona, and the West for over 30 years.

Silverado Stages announced the delivery of 28 new Volvo 9700 motorcoaches, which will be added to Silverado’s current 350 bus fleet located in California, Nevada, and Arizona.

The Volvo 9700s are well-equipped motorcoaches with industry leading safety features, appealing design, and a fuel-efficient engine. The bright and airy interior design, comfortable seats, and large tinted windows create an inviting passenger environment. Together with the low interior noise, superior interior climate control, and on-board entertainment system, Silverado promises a passenger experience surpassing all expectations.

"After extensive trials, we were pleased to confirm the value demonstrated by the 9700s, and look forward to continuing safe, quality transportation," stated John Busskohl, Silverado’s CEO.

Silverado Stages has been providing safe, reliable and comfortable motorcoach and shuttle transportation service across California, Nevada, Arizona, and the West for over 30 years.

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