Trinity Coach of Michigan has taken delivery of two 2011 Prevost H3-45 motorcoaches. “We strive to operate the nicest equipment in the region” said Jerry Sheppard, president of the Detroit-area based transportation company. In late 2010, prior to the addition of the two 2011 Prevost coaches, Trinity also took delivery of two 2010 Prevost H3-45 coaches. This brings Trinity’s full size coach fleet to a total of 22 vehicles.
These latest coaches are equipped with the clean, well-proven Volvo D13 engine, which exceeds EPA10 emissions standards. The powertrains feature Allison transmissions. Both the 2010 and the 2011 Prevost coaches are equipped with top tier amenities, including flat screen video monitors, Wi-Fi, 110-volt outlets, and faux wood floors which offer an extra measure of elegance. Recognizing that many customers now travel with computers, cell phones, and other devices that require recharging, the company specified the 110-volt outlets in every seat pair. This is a feature that Trinity passengers truly appreciate.
Trinity Coach and other Trinity Transportation Group companies have provided a range of transportation options throughout the southern Michigan region for 30 years. Trinity currently operates a fleet of over 300 buses, taxis and sedans. Trinity Coach purchased its first motor coaches in 2000, three 2000 Prevost H3-45 coaches, which were purchased after Mr. Sheppard was attracted by the brand’s reputation for outstanding quality. Eleven years later, Trinity Coach and its staff remain highly satisfied with Prevost product quality, excellent customer service, and sustained resale value. “We are committed to investing in the best equipment, so we can deliver comfort and safety which is second to none,” said Sheppard. “Our customers have come to expect the best from us, and we deliver.”