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October 21, 2011

Setra delivers to San Francisco

Sanmo Travel’s six TopClass S 417 luxury coaches and four Setra ComfortClass S 407 touring coaches to be added to its touring fleet for the River Rock Casino Express are powered by Mercedes-Benz OM 471 EPA 10 engines with fuel efficient BlueTec technology.


June 17, 2010

Setra: 2010 TopClass S 417 10.6% more fuel efficient

Testing compared the all-new S 417 with the EPA 2010 Mercedes-Benz BlueTec engine versus the Setra S 417 with a DDC Series 60 EPA 2007 engine.


April 15, 2010

Daimler’s Setra delivers to N.C.

The two new Setra TopClass S 417 coaches are 45-feet long and comfortably fit groups of up to 56 people in Setra’s own Ambiente seats. Both coaches are equipped with wireless Internet and feature five 19-inch monitors.


December 15, 2009

Daimler's Setra to offer exclusive engine package

TopClass S 417 motorcoach will feature the Mercedes-Benz OM 471 engine with BlueTec technology. Mercedes-Benz powered technology, coupled with the BlueTec diesel air purification system, addresses EPA 2010 environmental regulations.


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