Used Temsa Motorcoach Good For Testing Market

Lexi Tucker
Posted on July 9, 2018

This used Temsa has squeaky-clean wood floors.

This used Temsa has squeaky-clean wood floors.

PHOENIX, Ariz. — Although motorcoaches are a transportation segment with strong growth and potential, some operators are profitably venturing into this market with used models. 

By sparing the expense of a new coach, operators can best try out what will work for their companies with the lower financial stress of a used coach. This 2012 Temsa TS 35 now available on for $189,000 at 142,000 miles is a great guinea pig for a growing fleet.


The bus seats up to 40 passengers and has amenities such as tinted windows, a restroom, A/C power outlets, reclining leather seats, window shades, wood floors, and a TV/DVD player.

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