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12-02-2014, 14:11   #901
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Yes Copyerselveson, I think that is quiet unfair and perhaps even quiet a childish comment.

I think my post above is pretty even handed and objective, giving both the pros and cons of the new coach. If it comes off sounding like a love letter, perhaps that is because on the whole the pros far outweigh the cons and Cork now has an excellent new quality public transport service.
Certainly not meant to be childish, I was simply commenting positively on your enthusiasm. I'm sorry you took it the wrong way.
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12-02-2014, 15:13   #902
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However on the whole a very nice improvement, not quiet the best coach in Ireland (probably Citylinks Vanhools) but a very welcome improvement to the Cork route.
I've seen you reference the vanhools a few times. Have you tried the new gobus neoplans, I reckon they are a more consistent coach In terms of legroom than the vanhools, I always found the vanhools seats are hit and miss depending on which part of the coach you are on.
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I've seen you reference the vanhools a few times. Have you tried the new gobus neoplans, I reckon they are a more consistent coach In terms of legroom than the vanhools, I always found the vanhools seats are hit and miss depending on which part of the coach you are on.
No I'm afraid I haven't gotten a chance to try out the Neoplans, would like to.

However I do hear that as a company they aren't particularly well regarded, being a cheaper, made in Turkey company.
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The interior of them certainly looks a vast improvement over the majority of Plaxton coaches I have been on from earlier generations, it's much more modern, bright and inviting. However those seats do look tight.....
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