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Expect More Sales Of All Bus Types This Year, Survey Shows

Posted on March 7, 2014
Buses, including two full-size motorcoaches, abounded on the floor of the 2014 International LCT Show in February, a testament to the growth in demand for vans, mini-buses, limo buses and the above big buses. Photo by LCT.

Buses, including two full-size motorcoaches, abounded on the floor of the 2014 International LCT Show in February, a testament to the growth in demand for vans, mini-buses, limo buses and the above big buses. Photo by LCT.

Buses, including two full-size motorcoaches, abounded on the floor of the 2014 International LCT Show in February, a testament to the growth in demand for vans, mini-buses, limo buses and the above big buses. Photo by LCT.

Buses, including two full-size motorcoaches, abounded on the floor of the 2014 International LCT Show in February, a testament to the growth in demand for vans, mini-buses, limo buses and the above big buses. Photo by LCT.

Mini buses, limo buses and motorcoaches are expected to be in high demand by specialty vehicle buyers in 2014, according to a new survey by GE Capital, Commercial Distribution Finance (CDF).

Metro Magazine article here

Related Topics: business trends, industry surveys, industry trends, limo buses, limo tradeshows, mini-buses, motorcoaches, vehicle purchasing, vehicle sales

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