Motorcoach

Maine's VIP Tour & Charter adds Prevost, Van Hool coaches

Posted on June 26, 2018

The new 55-passenger Prevost X3-45 motorcoach features 110-volt outlets with USB ports, Wi-Fi, video systems with DVD capability, window blinds, and reclining seats.
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The new 55-passenger Prevost X3-45 motorcoach features 110-volt outlets with USB ports, Wi-Fi, video systems with DVD capability, window blinds, and reclining seats.
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Lana Sawyer, an owner and operator of Portland, Maine’s VIP Tour & Charter Bus Co., announced major new additions to the company’s vehicle fleet.

“We are continually updating our fleet to satisfy the needs of our customers, and we’re fortunate to be in the position to be able to make those updates. In our 33rd year in business, we are excited to announce the purchase of a brand new motor coach that seats 55 passengers, as well as a new 38-passenger Van Hool luxury coach. VIP has the newest fleet of coaches in Maine and is proud to offer top-of-the-line modern comforts to travelers,” said Sawyer.

The new 55-passenger Prevost X3-45 motorcoach features 110-volt outlets with USB ports, Wi-Fi, video systems with DVD capability, window blinds, reclining seats, three-point seatbelts, individually adjustable temperature, a restroom, and top of the line technology for clean-burning engines. It is the 14th new Prevost the company has purchased.

In addition to the current fleet of 55-passenger motorcoaches and the Van Hool luxury coach, VIP also offers a six-passenger Ford Flex, a 14-passenger Mercedes Sprinter, and 41 to 44-passenger activity coaches.

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