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IC Bus Extends Standard 7-Year Warranty on Allison Transmissions

Posted on December 15, 2017

LISLE, Ill. — IC Bus is extending its seven-year Allison Transmission warranty on all bus orders — including for gasoline and propane as well as diesel — for the 2018 calendar year.

The offer applies to the unlimited miles warranty that comes standard on the Allison 2300/2350/2500/2550 Pupil Transport Series (PTS) transmissions starting Jan. 1.

“We partner with world-class suppliers to build durable, reliable, and safe buses, and we’re excited to offer our customers a standard warranty on Allison 2300/2350/2500/2550 PTS series transmissions on all of our buses, including our propane and gasoline powertrains,” said Trish Reed, vice president and general manager for IC Bus. “Customers have come to depend on our buses to transport their most precious cargo, and we’re proud to offer them extra peace of mind with a warranty solution tailored for commercial vehicles that run on gasoline, propane and diesel.”

For more information, contact a local IC Bus dealer.

Related Topics: alternative fuels, IC Bus, transmissions

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