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New 31-Passenger Ameritrans Minicoach Offers Passengers Better View

Posted on January 30, 2013

ELKHART, Ind. — The new Ameritrans F330 minicoach is built on the Ford F550 chassis and offers a 102-in. interior cabin with flat floor design for flexible ADA access location and maximum passenger legroom. This 33-foot minicoach made its debut at the UMA Expo on Jan. 22, 2013, and will be displayed at the upcoming 2013 International LCT Show exhibit hall.

The F330 minicoach features several seating configurations to accommodate 23-31 passengers. Ameritrans will also build-to-order or meet any operator’s requirements.

Key amenities include:

  • Thermopane windows
  • Front cab touring window to enhance passenger view
  • Full-welded galvanneal steel cage construction for safety and durability
  • Rear luggage and paratransit options
  • Premium passenger amenities


The new Ameritrans F330 minicoach features several seating configurations to accommodate 23-31 passengers. Ameritrans will also build-to-order or meet any operator’s requirements.

The new Ameritrans F330 minicoach features several seating configurations to accommodate 23-31 passengers. Ameritrans will also build-to-order or meet any operator’s requirements.


“The new 33-foot, 31-passenger F330 was purpose-built to complement our existing E-series with capacity for 25 passengers and M2 series with up to 47-passenger capacity,” said Barry Hines, Ameritrans general manager. “We are eager to demonstrate our ability to deliver flexible solutions that adapt to a variety of applications and reflect the needs of our customer base.”

Source: Ameritrans

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