Midway Introduces “Green” Pinnacle Bus

ELKHART, IN – Midway Specialty Vehicles is pleased to introduce the new Pinnacle Bus.

Built on a Sprinter chassis, the Pinnacle is designed to be “environmentally friendly” and able to annually reduce CO2 carbon monoxide emissions by up to 12,500 lbs.

Engineered to accommodate up to 16 passengers and able to comfortably transport physically-challenged passengers, the Pinnacle Bus also features extra-wide entry doors and large, panoramic-view side passenger windows. Rated at 20 mpg, Midway says the Pinnacle Bus is a natural to be used by airports, colleges, hotels, communities, and in other operations where economical, comfortable, and “green” transportation is a needed.

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