These 10 Used MCI Buses Can Lead To More Business

Lexi Tucker
Posted on September 17, 2018
This used 2014 MCI motorcoach is being sold by Infinity Transportation Management, LLC. (photo:

This used 2014 MCI motorcoach is being sold by Infinity Transportation Management, LLC. (photo:

DES PLAINES, Ill. — Motorcoaches are big investments, so you have to be cautious when trying to select the right one for your operation. Many operators advise that used vehicles are the safest way to go when entering or testing new fleet markets.

One of 10 2014 MCI J4500 motorcoaches available on for $355,000 is an example of a low miles/moderately priced bus that could profitably serve a variety of group clients. Each one seats up to 56 passengers.


The seller states: "Infinity Transportation Management is in the process of upgrading our motorcoach fleet to new model buses. We are selling 10 of our well-maintained late-model J4500 MCI buses. This is great for a newcomer starting out in the bus business, or an existing company looking to expand their operation. We've been meticulous in the maintenance of our vehicles, and are fortunate because our location is minutes away from MCI headquarters in Des Plaines, Illinois."

Features include:

  • 425 HP Cummins engine with B-500 Allison transmission
  • 110V A/C Outlets
  • Air locks
  • Auxiliary Heater and A/C
  • Cruise control
  • DVD player with six monitor video system
  • Engine Brake
  • Foldup armrests
  • Keyed locks
  • Overhead blowers
  • Parcel Rack
  • P/A and AM/FM/CD radio
  • Remote Control Mirrors
  • Tire Monitoring System

Related Topics: building your clientele, buses, client markets, Illinois operators,, MCI, motorcoach operators, motorcoaches, online vehicle sales, used vehicles, vehicle sales

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