Prevost Ready For A Second Round

Martin Romjue
Posted on December 30, 2019
2010 Prevost H3-45 VIP (photo:

2010 Prevost H3-45 VIP (photo:

One of the reasons motorcoaches are considered so profitable is they can last 20 years or more, joining the fleet million milers club.

Full-size coaches, like this 56-passenger 2010 Prevost H3-45 VIP, only need one large group client for a day or days at a time to earn their keep as opposed to the stacked daily airport runs of sedans and SUVs. That means fewer trips, higher margins, and more highway miles.

This bus, being sold by BTE Group Inc. in Phoenix, Arizona, is now available on for $179,999 at 419,850 miles.


Billed as a motorcoach shuttle for executive chauffeured transportation, the white 2WD diesel bus with a Volvo engine comes with a dual battery, tinted windows, restroom, wireless Internet, footrests, reclining seats, and new paint.

The seller promotes it as “turnkey” and “ready for immediate sale.” The USDOT-approved coach has been inspected by Prevost and ABC Companies and comes with mechanical and exterior ratings of 10 out of 10, and an interior rating of nine out of 10.

Related Topics: group transportation,, motorcoaches, online vehicle sales, Prevost, used vehicles, vehicle sales

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