Starcraft Buses & Wheelchair Accessible Buses
STARCRAFT Bus provides affordable transportation solutions ranging from hotel, church, and retirement center buses to medium size buses ideal for tour and shuttle bus operators and many other private transportation organizations.
Choose A Floorplan That Works For You
Glaval Bus manufactures a full line of transit and shuttle buses and tour coaches from 21' to 40' in length with virtually unlimited floor plan choices. A wide array of options including paratransit equipment, electronic entertainment packages, seating and fabric choices, a multitude of choices for luggage storage plus lots, lots more to let you design the right bus for your specific application.
Highly Maneuverable, Low-Profile Solution
The Starquest is the perfect solution for those in the market for a highly-maneuverable, low-profile shuttle bus. The Starquest, with its fully welded steel cage construction, sleek exterior, and a long list of standard features can accommodate the needs of a variety of groups including hotels, schools, resorts, and churches.
It's easy to appreciate the style the Starquest offers with its distinctive aerodynamic, low-profile construction. Drivers will appreciate the improved handling and stability the Starquest provides with its dual rear wheels.
The spacious interior, which includes an 88" wide body, a center aisle with 74" of interior headroom, and two-passenger seating on each side of the aisle makes the Starquest a passenger favorite. The optional rear luggage area gives passengers added room to enjoy the view through the 36" x 36" windows. The Starquest sets the standard in style, comfort, and maneuverability, making it one of the best values in the industry today.
Value-Packed, Narrow-Body Bus
The Starlite is the perfect solution for those in the market for a smaller shuttle bus or an alternative to a raised-roof van. The Starlite, with its narrow body and a long list of standard features, can accommodate a variety of needs. Drivers will appreciate the improved handling and stability the Starlite offers with its dual rear wheels. Because a commercial driver's license isn't needed to operate the Starlite (check your state requirements), it's always ready for the road.
Passengers will be able to enter and exit the Starlite with ease through the wide entry door and deep steps and can comfortably move throughout the bus with its 20" aisle and 77" of interior headroom. Once seated, passengers will have a great view through the 36" x 36" windows. This, combined with the previously mentioned features, makes the Starlite the most spacious shuttle bus in the industry.
Simple, Spacious and Well-Equipped
All new for 2011, the Xpress is a simple and spacious shuttle bus at a nearly unbeatable price. Whether you are looking to shuttle your hotel guests to and from the airport, looking for an excellent alternative to a cramped 15-passenger van, or need the versatility of a lift-equipped unit, the Xpress boasts a wide-entry electric door, over 6 feet of headroom, standard seat belts and a variety of standard features in five popular floor plans. Built on the tried-and-true Ford E-series chassis, the Xpress is durable and easy to maneuver. In fact, most floor plans do not require the driver to have a Commercial Driver's License. If you are seeking the simplest, safest, and most efficient expression of transportation today, test the Xpress. It will move you... and your small group.
Safety. Performance. Durability.
Safety is our primary focus at Starcraft Bus, from the 3,000 lbs. seat-pull test to the rigorous 7-year/200,000 mile Altoona testing, passengers can be assured that the Allstar surpasses the most stringent testing. Bus operators can relax knowing that the fully welded steel cage construction offers the best passenger protection.
Performance is not measured by how fast the bus will go, but rather by passenger comfort. The Allstar features straight-side wall construction that maximizes passenger shoulder space and the widest aisle in the industry.
Durability does not come easily or quickly. The Allstar has been time-tested for close to a decade. The 33,000-plus Starcraft buses on North America's roads offer a billion reasons why the Allstar has become a favorite, and those reasons are called miles. The Allstar is engineered to accommodate a variety of seating arrangements including wheelchair accessibility and various storage options for luggage.