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Michigan's ALLSTAR adds Van Hool CX45s

Posted on April 23, 2019

Celebrating 25 years in the transportation industry, ALLSTAR Chauffeured Services primarily services the Detroit area.
Celebrating 25 years in the transportation industry, ALLSTAR Chauffeured Services primarily services the Detroit area.
Based out of Troy, Michigan, ALLSTAR Chauffeured Services took delivery of two new 2019 Van Hool CX45 coaches with many upgraded amenities that complement their premium vehicle line from ABC Companies.

Each coach is powered by a Cummins engine with Allison transmission; and includes passenger conveniences, such as 110-volt USB outlets with inverters, Wi-Fi, two large REI 23-inch monitors and four additional 15.6-inch monitors throughout the coach, passenger shades. One of the coaches is also ADA equipped.

Passengers will recognize the luxury before they even enter the coach with the two-tone white and grey paint and beautiful graphics around the coach. As they enter the coach, the full leather seating, contoured enclosed parcel rack with hydrographic doors, wood flooring, and hydrographic lavatory door truly make a luxurious statement.

Passengers will recognize the luxury before they even enter the coach with the two-tone white and grey paint and beautiful graphics around the coach.
Passengers will recognize the luxury before they even enter the coach with the two-tone white and grey paint and beautiful graphics around the coach.

Celebrating 25 years in the transportation industry, ALLSTAR Chauffeured Services primarily services the Detroit area, however continues to expand its area covering out of state trips to New York, Washington D.C., and Cleveland. The company currently employs 71 people and has a total fleet of 47 vehicles, including eight motorcoaches. They began purchasing coaches in 2016 with two new Van Hool models.

ALLSTAR is known for leveraging technology to improve the customer experience both pre- and during transportation. Prior to travel, clients have the ability to track their vehicles arrival via a mobile app or with the link in their email confirmation. Customer alerts can be setup by email or text to notify them of a vehicles status as well. Inside their new coaches, clients will also enjoy the onboard technologies including Wi-Fi, Roku for streaming services, satellite radio, and on-board TV’s.

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