Proma Gets a Facelift

Proma Gets a Facelift Date Released: 27/06/2012

This year BCI Technical Director Boyd Denning has led the company’s engineering and technical team to bring to market an upgraded version of the tried and tested Proma model.

“When our customers asked for more storage space, we built the 2012 vehicle with full-through bins to provide a huge 3.5 cubic metres of space”, says Denning

Still offering the market a compact bus at only 8.3 metres, the trusty 33-seat bus has been given an exterior makeover with stylish fixed windows and a spaceframe chassis with increased width.

With the option to fit compact wheelchair units, Proma’s have been particularly popular on school bus runs as well as with sport organisations, health, aged and community care.

With these applications, safety is of the utmost importance and the heavy-duty spaceframe chassis enhances the existing safety advantages of the bus, plus the new model features a reversing camera as standard.

Along with these improvements to the Proma, and its very attractive new price tag, customers can have confidence in after sales support, with BCIs National Parts Manager confirming there is a already a significant parts supply stocked at BCIs Dispatch facilities in both Western Australia and New South Wales.

The existing parts supply shared with other leading models is a great advantage of the Proma against competing models.

A deluxe model called the Proma DX is also available and features a range of standard and optional extras.

For enquiries about the Proma, call your nearest Australian dealer on 1800 289 224.

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