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ABC delivers 2 Van Hool CX45s to Pa. operator

Posted on January 4, 2018

Harrisburg, Pa.’s Innovative Coaches acquired two 2018 Van Hool CX45 luxury coaches from ABC Companies, growing its fleet six vehicles, all of which not older than 2017 year models.

Powered by Detroit DD13 engines coupled to Allison B500G4 transmissions, the 56 passenger coaches have Van Hool’s exclusive modified contoured parcel racks, EI Elite Video Systems with 22-inch and 15-inch video monitors and offer free streaming entertainment, Wi-Fi, and video trivia and multimedia connectivity that suits the needs of a wide range of guests. The Kiel 1020 luxury seats are equipped with three-point seat belts, and 110-volt outlets at every position.

“In addition to luxury features like streaming data and entertainment equipment, because we are passionate about safety, we used to order virtually every available safety option,” said Innovative’s Brent Kelly, who also pointed out that “Now backup cameras, lane departure warning, Smartwave Tire Pressure Monitoring, Kidde Fire Suppression Systems, automatic stability control, curbside lighting and adaptive static aiming lights are standard on Van Hools.”

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