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Thomas Built ups Allison transmission coverage to 7 years

Posted on November 18, 2015

Thomas Built Buses will add two years to its Allison transmission coverage, for a total of seven years, in 2016.

The increased transmission warranty will be provided at no additional cost on Thomas Built school bus models manufactured in calendar year 2016 that include the Allison 2500 PTS, 2550 PTS, 2300 PTS or 2350 PTS.

“Allison Transmission, like Thomas Built Buses, continually focuses on providing an industry-leading quality product with a low total cost of ownership,” said Caley Edgerly, president and CEO of Thomas Built Buses. “This additional coverage is just another way Thomas Built Buses is making a commitment to the lowest total cost of ownership for our customers.”

For more information, customers can contact their local Thomas Built dealer.

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