May 10, 2012

MCI delivers to Texas, N.Y.

San Antonio’s OK Tours recently took delivery of three Motor Coach Industries (MCI) J4500 coaches.

The new MCI J4500 joins an all-MCI coach fleet, with 18 J4500 models, most of them recent, including one bought last year. In all, the company has 27 vehicles.  

Meanwhile, Schenectady, N.Y.-based Wade Tours took delivery of one J4500. The new coach comes equipped with a Detroit Diesel DD13 engine, a new standard option; 110-volt outlets; Wi-Fi; chrome mirrors; Durabright wheels; electronic stability control;  tire-pressure monitoring and fire-suppression equipment.  

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