November 17, 2010

ABC delivers Van Hool 2045s to Ind., N.Y. and Pa.



Indiana-based Bloomington Shuttle took delivery of two new Van Hool C2045s from ABC Companies.

The two 2010 Van Hool C2045's are powered by Caterpillar C13 engines coupled to ZF Astronic transmissions. The entertainment systems boast upgraded 15.4-inch monitors and wireless microphones, and the coaches are equipped with three-point seat belts at all 57 positions; Alcoa Durabright aluminum wheels and Van Hool's special rear passenger window.



New York City's GO NewYork Airport Service also added six Van Hool C2045's to its fleet.

The 2010 Van Hool C2045's are specified with a drive train designed to be both responsive and economical — Detroit Diesel Series 60 engines coupled with Allison B500G4 transmissions. The 57 passenger coaches are all wheelchair lift equipped/ADA compliant and are equipped with three-point seat belts.



Meanwhile, ABC also announced that Harrisburg, Pa.-based Innovative Coach took delivery of a 2010 Van Hool C2045 in September.

Powered by a Detroit Diesel S60 coupled to an Allison B500G4 transmission, the coach has Van Hool's exclusive contoured parcel racks, an REI Elite Video System with 22-inch video monitors, and offers free Wi-Fi and satellite TV.

The Amaya Torino G seats are equipped with three-point seat belts and have individual eight channel audio jacks, 110 volt outlets at every position and card tables.

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