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November 13, 2013

Greyhound orders 55 more Prevost X3-45s

Supplied the intercity operator and First Canada with a total of 350 vehicles between 2008 and 2012, inclusively.


November 17, 2011

Report: Prevost market share leader two straight quarters

Was the only manufacturer to have three different coach models in the report's list of most popular models. The Prevost X3-45 is the second best-selling coach, the Prevost H3-45 is the third best-selling coach and the Volvo 9700 is the sixth best-selling coach in the industry, according to the report.


October 4, 2011

Prevost features X3-45 Commuter Coach

The coaches, which have been 12-Year Structural Integrity Tested, are constructed to be used in a demanding commuter application that requires reliable vehicle performance.


February 16, 2010

Prevost delivers X3-45s to N.J.

The new addition brings the number of Prevosts in Vanderhoof's 22 vehicle fleet to 14.


April 8, 2009

Greyhound debuts new logo, upgraded fleet

Interior upgrades and amenities available onboard Prevost X3-45 buses, include extra legroom, free Wi-Fi access, power outlets and three-point seat belts.


December 1, 2008

Prevost delivers X3-45 to N.Y.

County Coach uses its Prevost coaches to provide service for corporate functions, religious organizations, schools and private charter parties in the metropolitan New York region.


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