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September 18, 2013

MCI delivers J4500, consolidates facilities

The move will bring MCI’s corporate offices and Des Plaines Sales and Service operations under the same roof, fostering greater collaboration as part of MCI’s Reliability Driven commitment.


December 20, 2011

MCI delivers J4500s to Maryland, Texas

Waldorf, Md.-based Keller Transportation Inc. added a customized J4500 and Houston-based Continental Bus Lines put its third J4500 coach into service.


June 20, 2011

MCI delivers to Alaska, Texas

Anchorage-based Premier Alaska Tours added two new 2011 J4500 coaches, featuring pillow-top plush seating, a Blaupunkt entertainment system and 110-volt power ports at every seat. Houston’s Continental Bus Lines’ new MCI J4500 coach features a Cummins engine, plush leather seating, Wi-Fi connectivity and in-motion Satellite TV. Both carriers’ new coaches are equipped with three-point passenger seat belts.


May 25, 2011

MCI delivers to Minnesota, Texas

Two Minneapolis area transit agencies have added a total of eight Commuter Coaches. Houston-based Continental Bus Lines received its first new motorcoach, a J4500.


July 30, 2010

MCI delivers J4500 to Houston

Features a Cummins ISM 410 horsepower engine with an Allison transmission, wide-ride suspension and electronic stability control. Upgrades include onboard Wi-Fi, a Blaupunkt Pro-Line entertainment system and three-point seat belts.


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