The new coach is outfitted with outlets at every seat, Wi-Fi, woodgrain flooring, leather-trimmed seats and other amenities that make it the new luxury flagship of the Krapf fleet.
The new J4500s also feature a clean-diesel powertrain that has been optimized to yield better fuel economy, along with MCI’s MDSS suspension system and standard safety features that include electronic stability control, tire-pressure monitoring and a fire-suppression system.
Additionally, Wyandotte, Mich.-based Trinity Transportation added four 2014 J4500 models.
Trinity’s latest J4500s have Wi-Fi and 110-volt outlets at passenger seats as well as three-point seatbelts and the full range of standard J4500 amenities, including a top-of-the-line entertainment system, tiered seating and MCI’s patented spiral entryway.
Trinity’s 2014 models also boast a more fuel-efficient, clean-diesel Cummins engine with Allison transmission. Standard safety features including electronic stability control, tire-pressure monitoring and a fire-suppression system.
The coaches additionally sport LED headlights, a taller look, smooth-end cap and other enhancements courtesy of a recent design update.