Six 2013 Cadillac XTS livery sedans trucked from Lockhart Cadillac near Indianapolis, Ind. have arrived at Integrated Transportation Services in Los Angeles. The vehicles will be put into fleet service as soon as the company gets all relevant permits.
LOS ANGELES — The first six Cadillac XTS sedans for limo service arrived at Integrated Transportation Services (ITS) in west Los Angeles Tuesday, and will be on display this evening at the company lot located just across the city line from Beverly Hills.
ITS is a 22-year-old company that serves a high-end celebrity, entertainment, and corporate clientele characteristic of the elite luxury consumers in Los Angeles. ITS is the first official buyer of the XTS sedan in California. The company for many years had designated the Lincoln Town Car as its primary fleet sedan.
“The reason we selected the new Cadillac is that it was the only American full-size, luxury sedan that we liked,” said Al Sabroff, the CFO and co-owner of ITS. “We may choose other vehicles such as the Lincoln models if the customers demand them.” Sabroff co-owns the company with his wife, Jonna Sabroff, who is President of ITS.
The six XTS sedans were trucked in from Lockhart Cadillac of Indianapolis, Ind., the leading Cadillac livery vehicle dealer in the U.S. Greg Maddock, the livery sales manager, is regularly updating XTS shipments on his Facebook page.
Another XTS sedan was delivered to Ready To Roll Limousine in nearby Santa Monica this week for a tryout. Two companies in Northern California, Appellation Tours in Sonoma and Wine Valley Tours in Napa, each received XTS sedans as well.
At ITS, the XTS sedans will be on display starting at 5:30 p.m. PT at 9740 W. Pico Blvd. for a special event that includes a jewelry display by Nate Waxman Jewelry and complimentary wine-and-cheese . ITS also plans to take the XTS around to some of its regular clients for orientation.
— Martin Romjue, LCT editor