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Champion SPECIFICATIONS

  • Length: 40 feet
  • Width: 96 inches
  • Height: 10 feet 10 inches
  • Wheelbase: 280 inches
  • Typical Engine: DDA 8V71
  • Seating: 40-51
  • Transmission: Manual 4 speed
  • Automatic: Available HT740
  • Luggage: 300 cubic feet
  • Fuel Tank: 130 Gallons
  • Suspension: Air Ride
  • Steering: Power (optional)

     Prevost, of Sainte Claire, Quebec, produced the Champion 1967 through 1982. The first Prevost coach to be marketed in the United States, it was a deluxe three-axle coach which is recognized by its stepped roof and 27-inch high slanted-sash windows.
Information from the Bus World Encyclopedia of Buses - 1988

Prestige SPECIFICATIONS
  • Length: 40 feet
  • Width: 96 inches
  • Height: 10 feet 11 inches
  • Wheelbase: 280 inches
  • Typical Engine: DDA 8V71
  • Seating: 40-51
  • Transmission: Manual 6-speed
  • Automatic: Available HT740
  • Luggage: 300 cubic feet
  • Fuel Tank: 130 Gallons
  • Suspension: Air Ride
  • Steering: Power (optional)

     Prevost, of Sainte Claire, Quebec, produced the Prestige 1973 through 1981. It is mechanically and structurally identical to the Champion with the notable exception of the 42-inch-high side windows.
Information from the Bus World Encyclopedia of Buses - 1988

LeMirage SPECIFICATIONS
  • Length: 40 feet
  • Width: 96 inches, 102 inches
  • Height: 131 inches
  • Wheelbase: 280 inches
  • Turn radius: 43 feet
  • Typical Engines: DDA 8V71, 6V92, 8V92
  • Seating: 47-53
  • Transmission: Manual 4 or 5-speed
  • Automatic: Available HT740
  • Luggage: 315 cubic feet
  • Fuel Tank: 130 Gallons
  • Suspension: Air Ride
  • Steering: Power (optional)

     The LeMirage was modified from the Prestige by adding a full-height windshield and eliminating the roof step. The large side windows are the same size and shape as the windshield but are not interchangeable with the windshield because of differences in tinting and glass composition.
The 102-inch width was introduced in October, 1983 as the XL option which has become the standard model.
     Halogen headlights were added in late 1987 and the front and rear light assemblies were restyled, changing the tail lights to columns of rectangular lenses.
     The Astral is a variation on the LeMirage which has sightseer windows in the roof.
Information from the Bus World Encyclopedia of Buses - 1988

XL SPECIFICATIONS

  • Length: 40 feet
  • Width: 102 inches
  • Height: 130 inches
  • Wheelbase: 280 inches
  • Turn radius: 43 feet
  • Typical Engines: DDA 8V92TAC
  • Seating: 47-53
  • Transmission: Allison World, Auto
  • Luggage: 315 cubic feet
  • Fuel Tank: 160 Gallons
  • Suspension: Wide stanced Tuned
  • Steering: Ross TA-85 Integral power

     Introduced in 1983 as the Marathon XL, this was the first 102-inch-wide Prevost. Passenger windows are higher and wider than on the Champion which it replaced. The name was simplified later to Prevost XL.
     Beginning in late 1987, the headlights were channged to halogen and the headlight bezel and lower front grill were changed. The tail lights were changed to columns of rectangular lenses.
Information from the Bus World Encyclopedia of Buses - 1988