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Kiwi Experience Rolls Out Luxurious New European Fleet

22 April 2014

Kiwi Experience Rolls Out Luxurious New European Fleet

Kiwi Experience is thrilled to announce the introduction of the first six new state-of-the-art Scania Euro 5 Engine coaches to its fleet.

The luxurious European and New Zealand designed and engineered coaches will take the Kiwi Experience ‘green machines’ to another level with contemporary features offering unrivalled comfort and technology, ensuring New Zealand’s most popular hop-on, hop-off service remains top of its game to provide the experience of a lifetime on world class coaches.

“Kiwi Experience customers are definitely fun and adventure-seekers, but that doesn’t mean they don’t demand quality and comfort as they experience over 25 action packed passes throughout New Zealand,” says Liz Lindsay,Sales & Marketing Manager Tourism.

“The new coaches feature extensive technology, including high-tech air conditioning, onboard recharge facilities for equipment like phones and cameras, which we know our younger tech-savvy customers will take full advantage of. The coaches also feature large windows so passengers can see more of our amazing country when they travel with us.

“Scania is already reputed for its quality engineering, which ensures we are operating at the very highest level of road safety, the standard we consistently demand of our manufacturing suppliers.” says Lindsay.

The chassis have been manufactured and designed in Europe and the New Zealand coach build has ensured employment of innovative locals. Kiwi Experience plan to rollout their 20-strong new fleet from this month and over the next year and a half.

For more information about Kiwi Experience and the range of hop-on, hop-off adventures available, visit www.kiwiexperience.com

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