Prevost X3-45 Commuter Coach

Sainte-Claire, Quebec, Canada
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  • Offers the lowest overall height in the premium intercity coach market, while maintaining a remarkable best-in-class floor-to-ceiling height of 80 inches.
  • Swap & Plug Wheelchair Lift system means that the Prevost X-Series is accessible to everyone — with the quick and easy installation of the compact lift cassette.
  • The innovative cargo bay design of the Prevost X-Series provides the largest underfloor surface area (up to 139 square feet) in the industry.
  • Buy America Compliant

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Specifications

Brakes All-wheel disk brakes with antilock braking system
Exterior Height 134 in.
GVWR 48,000 lbs. to 53,000 lbs.
Headroom 80 in.
Length 45 ft.
Passenger Capacity 57
Wheelbase 334.5 in.

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