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Genesis Black Stretch Has Bentley, Maybach Style Flair

Martin Romjue
Posted on May 27, 2016

LOS ANGELES -- For all the smack talk of the black stretch limousine as supposedly dead, coachbuilders keep finding innovate ways to revive it. American Limousine Sales has produced a 2012 Hyundai Genesis 140-inch black super-stretch limousine, a model capable of adding flair to a traditional chauffeured fleet.

The 10-passenger stretch is now available on Limoforsale.com for about $75,000 at 6,495 miles. SPECS, PHOTOS & SELLER INFO HERE.

As expected, the pleasure in a chauffeured vehicle emanates from the details. Those distinct little traits can win over a chauffeured client looking for something no one, or not many, operators offer. This limo has diamond-style stitched Bentley seats and a Maybach-style ceiling --- two specs that stand out on LFS.com listings. 

Among other passenger comforts: Tinted windows, wet bar, fiber optic lighting, premium sound, touch screen entertainment, mirrored ceiling, iPod aux integration, disco ceiling, mood lighting, and HDTV/DVD.

We safely predict as long as coachbuilders keep upgrading such amenities in black stretches, it won't die.

Related Topics: American Limousine Sales, coachbuilders, custom limousines, custom stretches, dealerships, Hyundai Genesis, Limoforsale.com, online vehicle sales, stretch limousine, super-stretches, used vehicles, vehicle sales

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