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Tuesday, March 05, 2024

Emerald Luxury Motorcoach Emerald Luxury Coaches’ 2020 Prevost H3-45 conversion Stephenville, Texas — Emerald Luxury Coaches, a luxury motorcoach convertor that has been building a unique industry niche around its highly distinctive Prevost X3-45 coaches since 2015, has added Prevost H3-45 conversions to the mix for the 2020 model year.

Emerald states that this addition positions them to the forefront of the Prevost conversion field. The H3-45 is Prevost’s “touring bus” platform, one that with its higher profile, panoramic windows and larger storage capacity has long been the standard for the industry’s elite coaches. That, combined with Emerald’s reputation for offering high-quality Prevost conversions at exceptionally competitive prices, is raising eyebrows throughout the industry.

A quick look at Emerald’s initial offering of completed H3-45 models reveals a product that the company believes will holds its own in the extremely competitive Prevost marketplace.

“We surveyed customers about what they want in a coach, and we listened,” says John Walker, Emerald’s owner and president. “We started by redesigning all of our bays, to increase storage, reduce maintenance costs, and just make them easier to work with. On the inside, we worked to open things up and use every inch of the floorplan, to give the design a chance to shine.”

The H3-45 series also reflects Emerald’s commitment to incorporating cutting-edge technology and premium quality components. Of particular note is the 58-volt house electrical system featuring Volta Power System’s automotive-grade lithium ion batteries, an advanced energy system that cuts hundreds of pounds of total weight from the coach. Other noteworthy features include oversized HD LED TVs throughout—49-inch displays in the living room and bedroom and an enormous 65-inch unit in the lower bay Entertainment Center—as well as a Creston-based control system designed to be simple and easy to operate.

“Simplified operations have always been a priority for us, and a characteristic of the Emerald brand,” Walker says. “We program the Crestron ourselves with our own interface, and combine everything into one central control panel. You can also run it through your phone, tablet, or smart TV. Again, the idea is to keep it simple.”

With the introduction of their new H3-45 series coaches, Emerald is looking to keep their pricing well below the average Prevost conversion, and competitive with many high-end Class A motorhomes.

“In terms of value, the Emerald H3-45 is like no other vehicle in its price range,” says Frank Konigseder Jr. of Liberty Coach, which provides sales, service, and marketing support for Emerald. “The quality of the workmanship is obvious. The same goes for the technology and design work. And there’s no comparing any Class A chassis to a Prevost.”

Walker agrees, pointing out that Emerald will continue to build coaches on both Prevost platforms. “H3-45 or X3-45, you’re talking about a million-mile coach. And we want to give everyone in the market the chance to experience it.”

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