LGE Minibus Makes Everyone Feel Like A Captain

Lexi Tucker
Posted on November 4, 2019

Clean and pristine bus will give clients the right impression (Photo:

Clean and pristine bus will give clients the right impression (Photo:

FONTANA, Calif. — Group work continues to comprise a large chunk of luxury transportation operators' business. That's why it's important to have the kind of vehicle that can accommodate bigger loads of people. This used 2015 Ford F-550 minibus shuttle built by LGE Coachworks now available on for $64,995 at 22,400 miles should do just the trick for operators who know they are ready to take on bigger parties.


The vehicle seats 25 passengers and has amenities such as tinted windows, a wet bar, plentiful captain's chairs, mood lighting, reclining seats, tray tables, and a TV/DVD player. With limo seating in the rear, passengers who want to sit closer to one another will be taken care of as well. The seller also says it boasts an excellent sound system for destination rock n' rollers.

This looks way more roomy than an airplane (Photo:

This looks way more roomy than an airplane (Photo:

The seller gives the minibus an all-around mechanical, exterior, and interior condition rating of nine out of 10.

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