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Wynne Sedan & Limousine Group Buys $2 Million In Green Vehicles

Posted on September 1, 2008

DALLAS — Wynne Sedan & Limousine Group recently added six new, low-emissions motor coaches to its fleet to bolster its service and reduce carbon emissions.

 

The coaches, made by Motor Coach Industries (MCI), features new-engine technology that reduces particulate matter and complies with the EPA’s 2010 fuels emissions standards.

 

The MCI has a Caterpillar engine and an Allison transmission. Key to the clean-air technology is the Diesel Particulate Filter, or DPF, that replaces a traditional exhaust system, and the use of Ultra Low Sulfur Fuel, to meet rigorous new EPA standards.

 

“We’re proud to give our customers — and our community — cleaner transportation,” said Joan Wynne, president and CEO. Our motor coaches are ecofriendly in a variety of ways. In addition to the new, lower emissions, a single motor coach offers the prospect of replacing up to 52 cars on the road, making them more fuel-efficient, in essence, than the latest hybrid gas-electric cars.

 

Passengers will find that environmental aspect comes with a pretty wide comfort zone: the coach features attractive styling along with a host of amenities, such as LCD flat-screen video monitors, DVD player, plush seating with seat belts and larger windows for scenery viewing.

 

Wynne is a worldwide provider of chauffeured vehicle and charter motor coach transportation services. Wynne also has a dedicated convention and special event group that has provided transportation services worldwide. For more information visit Wynne Sedan & Limousine Group online, or contact them via e-mail at [email protected]

Related Topics: alt fuel vehicles, emissions reduction, green regulation, Motor Coach Industries

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