Goshen Coach

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Goshen Coach
Public
IndustryTransportation
Founded1985
HeadquartersSalina, Kansas, United States
ProductsCommercial Cutaway Buses
ParentREV Group
Websitehttp://www.goshencoach.com

Goshen Coach is a small to medium bus builder located in Salina, Kansas. The company was founded in 1985 and is owned by REV Group of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It was owned by Thor Industries of Jackson Center, Ohio, but Allied Specialty Vehicles (now named REV Group) purchased the company from Thor in August 2013.[1]

Goshen moved the production lines from Elkhart, Indiana to other REV facilities in Salina, Kansas and Imlay City, Michigan at the end of November 2016. Goshen is represented by an international network of dedicated dealers who work closely with commercial and municipal customers to provide efficient and affordable transportation solutions for any application.

Products[edit]

  • Pacer II - Small, narrow body, cutaway bus. Non-CDL, up to 15 passengers. Available on Ford E-350 chassis.
  • Impulse - Small to mid-size, wide body, cutaway bus. Up to 28 passengers. Available on Ford E-series or Chevy G-series chassis.
  • G-Force - Large, cutaway bus. Up to 33 passengers. Available on Ford F-series chassis.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2015-01-09. Retrieved 2014-07-18.