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With capacity for 24-56, are found on some high-speed train sets such as the CRH380A and CRH380BL.
They have reclining sofa seats with flat screen TVs,
power outlets and other amenities. Only available on G trains and some D trains.
With capacity for 20-36, have two-berth compartments with private bathroom and television.
Most long-distance trains carry this carriage along with Soft sleeper carriages.
With capacity for 44-72, have partially reclining plush seats and power outlets, there are four seats in each row.
With capacity for 83-101, have the most affordable seats on high-speed trains, there are five seats in each row.
With capacity for 36 (50 in double-decker cars (SRW)), have enclosed, lockable compartments with four sleeping berths.
The upper berths can be folded up to allow for seating in the lower berths.
With capacity for 60-66 (76-80 in double-decker cars (SYW)), have 11 open bays or semi-compartments with six sleeping berths in each.
Within each bay, the sleeping berths are stacked three on each side (lower, middle and upper).
The lower berths cost the most and the upper berths, the least.
With capacity for 72-88 (108-110 in double-decker cars (SRZ)), have plush seats and more legroom and are available only on some K, T and Y class trains.
capacity for 116-128 (170-180 in double-decker cars (SYZ)), have cushioned but stiff seats and provide the most basic seating option on non-high speed trains
(Classes K, T, Z, L, regular fast, regular). On crowded trains,
riders with standing room tickets will stand in the aisles of hard seat cars.