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SUV Superstretch Comes With Sturdy Chassis, Low Miles

Martin Romjue
Posted on July 11, 2016

NIXA, Mo. -- What happens when you cross-breed an Escalade with a Suburban? You get a SUV-model limo with strength and style.

A 2008 "Accolade" -- a 200-in., 14-passenger, SUV limousine made by Executive Coach Builders with a Chevrolet Suburban chassis and a Cadillac Escalade front-end -- is available for $54,500 @ 49,574 miles on Limoforsale.com.

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The seller writes that the Suburban 3/4-ton chassis handles weight better than the light-duty Escalade one. "If you notice the vehicle looks pretty much just like a real Escalade after the front clip is added," states the seller, The Limo Store. "It also has the same body lines as a real Escalade." 

The SUV stretch rates a 10 for mechanical and exterior conditions, and a 9 on its interior. Amenities include three large TVs, simulated ostrich leather seats, some new paint, new top, new rouch screen, and great sound system.

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