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The New Setra ComfortClass 500

Daimler subsidiary Setra, which manufactures top-of-the-line touring coaches, has just debuted its new ComfortClass 500 coaches. The new Mercedes-Benz-powered models are ready for retail by autumn this year, and they are touted to have superb fuel efficiency along with unparalleled aerodynamic qualities. Setra is banking on the inherent style that the ComfortClass 500 possesses, along with a slew of other desirable features. See, the coaches already comply with Euro VI emissions standards. Aside from that, there are plans to include various safety features like driver assistance systems and other safety elements as indicated by new regulations imposed on tour buses that will take effect within a few years. “With the… Continue Reading »


The New Setra Delivered in the US

The first  US ComfortClass S 407 CC was delivered from the Stuttgart/Ulm Plant to the United States. Dattco and Martz Group takes ownership of the nine coaches that meets the American Standard for safety, which is not surprising, as Mercedes / Daimler makes sure that all safety requirements are being met before delivering the vehicles to its new owner. First US ComfortClass S 407 CC coach is delivered Martz Group and Dattco take delivery of nine vehicles New-design touring coach meets all American standards Stuttgart/Ulm Following the start of series production in Neu-Ulm, in southern Germany, the first buses in the new Setra ComfortClass S 407 have been delivered to… Continue Reading »


First Setra with Active Brake Assist delivered

Setra Buses and Coaches has delivered its first touring coach with Active Brake Assist (ABA). Active Brake Assist (ABA) reacts to slower-moving vehicles in front by issuing a series of progressive warnings before initiating emergency braking if there is a risk of a collision. ABA is only effective when used alongside AICC (Autonomous Intelligent Cruise Control), whose sensors are used to detect vehicles in front of the bus. The system therefore actively helps to prevent head-to-tail collisions, meaning that it can save lives. If the bus comes to a halt following emergency braking, the hazard warning lights come on automatically. Customers who order AICC receive ABA at no extra charge…. Continue Reading »


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