November 21, 2013

CH Bus delivers Temsas to Pa., Neb.

Wilkes Barre, Pa.-based Martz Trailways purchased two 2013 Temsa TS-30s from CH Bus Sales.

The Temsa TS30 coach is a fully integral stainless steel chassis mid-sized coach that provides the same level of comfort and amenities as a full-size coach. This model is appropriate for smaller groups and is more economical to purchase and operate than a larger coach.

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The TS30 has independent front suspension and automatic transmission, contributing to a smooth, comfortable drive. An American Cummins/Allison driveline providing excellent power and optimum serviceability combined with European quality create a high quality driving experience.

Additionally, Navigator Motorcoaches Inc. with locations in Omaha, Norfolk and Kearney, Neb., added a Temsa TS-35.

The TS35 has independent front suspension and automatic transmission, contributing to a smooth, comfortable ride. The new coach is also equipped with a Cummins ISL 345 engine, Allison B500 transmission and three-point seat belts.

CH Bus Sales is the exclusive distributor of Temsa motorcoaches in the U.S.

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