American Coach Sales Introduces New Models

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The Mercedes Sprinter provides a flexible solution to almost any transport task thanks to its intelligent design and outstanding spaciousness. The sprinter boasts Mercedes’ sophisticated V6 diesel engine that provides ample power and tremendous fuel economy as well as legendary durability.

Cleveland, OH, April 28, 2013: American Coach Sales proudly introduced two new funeral vehicles at the recent ICCFA convention in Tampa – the innovative Mercedes Sprinter Luxury Limousine and the 2013 Chrysler MK-300 Funeral Coach.  The Mercedes Sprinter offers unparalleled versatility and a modern design while the Chrysler MK-300 provides a more traditional profile at an attractive price point.

Whether used to carry twelve passengers in its roomy interior or to transport other cargo, the Mercedes Sprinter offers a flexible solution to almost any transport task thanks to its intelligent design and outstanding spaciousness.   The sprinter boasts Mercedes’ sophisticated V6 diesel engine that provides ample power and tremendous fuel economy as well as legendary durability.

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The Chrysler MK-300 offers a funeral coach with a design that beautiful and traditional, all at an affordable price. It truly is a coach that’s built and priced for our times. The vehicle has a number of outstanding features in the base conversion, with a host of options also available.

The MK-300 base model offers a more conventional profile with standard features like a full hearse interior with ten rollers, under floor storage and a traditional coach load door.  The vehicle can also be customized with several options including a portable enclave for a cremation urn or an infant casket.

“These two models exemplify the commitment of American Coach Sales to be a full service coach provider,” stated Bob Mazzarella, President of American Coach Sales.  “These vehicles span the design spectrum – from the traditional look of the Chrysler MK-300 to the more contemporary styling of the Mercedes Sprinter. “

American Coach Sales continues to serve funeral directors and livery professionals as the Midwest dealer for Eagle Coach Company and Federal Coach Company.  In addition to new models, American Coach Sales also has a vast inventory of pre-owned limousines, hearses and first call cars.

About American Coach Sales:
Located in Northeastern Ohio, American Coach Sales has specialized in the worldwide sale of new and pre-owned limousines, hearses, and first call cars for over 40 years.  For more information, please call Bob Mazzarella at 1-888-321-6613 or visit our website at www.americancoachsales.com.

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