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January 7, 2014

New motorcoach sales reach 318 in Q3

Through the first three quarters, total sales for new motorcoaches total 1,073 units, with pre-owned sales totaling 768 units.


September 30, 2013

Red Coach adds 'Economy Class' service

Will be offered aboard deluxe Volvo 9700 coaches. Each motorcoach will offer 54 economy class seats with on board Wi-Fi, restrooms, electrical outlets, retractable foot rests and seat belts


April 3, 2013

Greyhound orders 90 Prevost X3-45s

Coaches are equipped with Prevost’s AWARE is an safety system, which includes adaptive cruise braking, following distance alert and stationary object alert.


January 17, 2013

Nova Bus names new president

Jean-Pierre Baracat joined Nova Bus in 1994, taking on increasingly challenging management roles, the latest as VP, business development, since 2004. He succeeds Gilles Dion.


September 19, 2012

Volvo begins I-Shift transmission assembly

A 12-speed, two-pedal, lightweight automated manual transmission, it delivers an exceptional level of productivity by simultaneously maximizing comfort, safety and fuel efficiency.


May 5, 2010

Volvo delivers World Cup buses

Prior to the soccer event, several South African cities invested in building intelligent bus-based transport systems


December 1, 2009

Volvo D13 engine receives EPA, CARB emissions certification

Using selective catalytic reduction (SCR) to reduce NOx, Volvo improved fuel economy and reduced emissions of the greenhouse gas CO2.


November 17, 2009

Westport to supply engine technology to Volvo

The new natural gas engines are expected to meet future European emission requirements.


October 23, 2009

Prevost opens B.C. service center

Facility has four bays and one wash pad. In addition to normal daytime business hours Monday through Friday, after-hours or holiday appointments may also be arranged.


April 8, 2009

Nova Bus completes N.Y. facility

The first laydown in the plant took place in late March and a 90-day period is scheduled to ensure proper plant ramp up. By the end of 2009, the daily production rate will be two vehicles per day, with the first customer deliveries taking place this fall.


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