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Chevallier bus
Chevallier company

Chevallier company: Information

In 1935 the project was implemented. With twelve buses linking Buenos Aires, Rosario and Cordoba, Transportes Automotores Chevallier was born.
They continued growing as they gained experience and acceptance among the large audience that year after year preferred them. Today they have 250 units, they link 19 provinces and 500 destinations in different locations of Argentina. Each year they add thousands of new users and satisfy new needs.

1st class suite

180º cama seat

• Comfortable leather seats
• Reclining angle of 180º
• Feet recliner / support with a reclining angle of 180º
• Privacy curtain
•Pillows and blankets
• Menu to choose: meat, vegetables or chicken
• Surround sound system
• Heating and air-conditioning
• DVD and Mp3 players
• Type of service: Su: 1st class suite Sx: without on board meal


Executive Cama

Executive Cama service

• Leather / cloth seats
• Reclining angle of 150º
• Feet recliner / support
• Breakfast
• Pillows and blankets
• Heating and air-conditioning
• DVD and Mp3 players
• Extra wide seat
• Type of service: Ej: with on board meal Ex: without on board meal


Semi Cama

120º cama seat

• Leather / cloth seats
• Reclining angle of 120º
• Feet recliner / support
• Heating and air-conditioning
• Video and music players
• Type of service: Sj: with on board meal Sc: without on board meal


DESTINATIONS - ROUTES

Among the most important destinations of the company include the following:
1-Puente de Mar del Plata, Route 2, different locations served: Liniers, Retiro, Santa Clara del Mar, Havanna MDQ, Mar del Plata, Pta. Mogotes, Chapadmalal and Miramar.
2- Costa Chica, some of the locations covered by Chevallier: Liniers, Retiro and Gran Buenos Aires*(1), San Clemente, Las Toninas, Sta. Teresita, Mar del Tuyu, La Lucila, Aguas Verdes, San Bernardo and Mar de Ajo.
*(1) Gran Buenos Aires: Chascomus, Lezama, Castelli, Dolores, Gral. Lavalle, Lanús, Lomas de Zamora, Adrogue, Avellaneda, Sarandí, Solano, Bernal, Florencio Varela, San Miguel, Moron, Haedo and Ramos Mejía.