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New buses for Henley-based Johnsons Coach Travel

Stratford Editorial 30th May, 2016 Updated: 28th Oct, 2016

JOHNSONS Coach Travel has added four new coaches to its fleet.

It takes the new vehicle investment by the Henley-based firm to over £1.5 million in the last 12 months – which includes two new 63 seat coaches bought in March.

The award-winning operator’s latest new coach investment includes four brand new coaches, all built in Britain.

They have Plaxton bodies, built in Scarborough and are mounted on Volvo chassis.

The new vehicles will support the company’s wide-ranging programme of holidays, excursions and private hires operated by Johnsons throughout the year.

Commercial director John Johnson said: “We are delighted to be buying British – these are the first for a long time.

“We’ve been impressed with the service and quality standards and we know our customers will like them too.

“These coaches also have the very latest environmental and safety features – they have Euro6 standard engines, which meet the most stringent European exhaust emission requirements.

“They also have the latest safety features including automatic land position and distance control.”

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