Leopards spot on as Fourway Coaches continues to pursue low emission strategy
Published: 04 Feb 2020
Fourway Coaches, one of the longest established and best known transport companies in West Yorkshire, has introduced two new Plaxton Leopards to its fast-growing fleet of over 30 vehicles.
Both are 12.8m 72-seat B8R models with I-Shift transmissions and have gone straight into service. They are currently operating on school hires but will also be available to support the many other types of work covered by Fourway Coaches.
Based in Guisley, Leeds, the company was established 40 years ago and has a fleet of 30 vehicles that are an integral part of the transport scene across North and West Yorkshire.
General Manager Adrian Morton commented: “We like to maintain a modern fleet of well proven, low emission, eco-friendly vehicles that set the pace in terms of exterior styling and interior finish. Road conditions in this part of the world can be variable and demanding, whether it be winter, spring, summer or autumn, so all of our coaches have to handle well and be dependable.
“The Plaxton range meets our criteria and both of the new Leopards have slipped effortlessly into our fleet operations.”