Horizon Coach is located in Arcadia, Florida and specializes in pre-owned motor coaches for both commercial passenger applications and motor home use. We are centrally located in Southwest Florida close to Tampa, Sarasota and Orlando. There is a large coach and RV market in the state of Florida, and the staff at Horizon Coach has a proven track record for moving coaches.
The biggest stumbling block in selling a coach is getting a buyer financed. Horizon Coach has established relationships with several finance companies that specialize and understand our market. Rates and terms are determined by the buyer’s credit and the particular vehicle.
Our marketing efforts include national advertisements in industry publications as well as magazines such as Bus Conversion, National Bus Trader, Bus Ride and the RV Trader. Our custom web site can be found at www.horizoncoach.com and is easy to use allowing browsers to search our data base for just the right coach. Horizon Coach is well connected in the industry and is called upon often by other retailers looking for specific coaches. Because of our reputation and knowledge of the industry, large insurance companies also call upon us for expert vehicle appraisals and assessments.
No Up Front Costs
Our consignment program is simple. In most cases, we will pay for reasonable transportation costs to move your unit to Florida. We will include your unit in our print advertising as well as our web site. We keep these costs low by dividing the charges equally among the many coaches we have on our lot. There are no up front costs to you. All charges as well as our nominal consignment fee will be deducted from the proceeds when your vehicle sells. In the unlikely event that your vehicle does not sell, you would only be responsible only for the transportation and advertisement costs associated with your coach.
Let our Professionals Do All The Work
In today’s economy, selling is never easy. Why not allow the professionals at Horizon Coach maximize your profits and take the worry and troubles out of moving your bus or RV today?