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Next Gen Still Craves A Date With A Stretch Limo

Martin Romjue
Posted on January 10, 2017

The energetic interior of a 2015 140-in. Chrysler 300 stretch for sale (photo from Limoforsale.com)

The energetic interior of a 2015 140-in. Chrysler 300 stretch for sale (photo from Limoforsale.com)

FONTANA, Calif. --- Ask your typical teen-agers today, or better yet text them, and you'll likely get an excited emoji about riding in a stretch limousine.

So far, despite all the warnings, we can't say the stretch has succumbed to the Sprinter. There's an enduring appeal about an exotic stretch that embodies eternal youth, and resonates with those clients who think they have it.

A used 2015 140-in., 10-passenger Chrylser 300 stretch limousine from Jack's Wholesale Divsion (JWD) Limo Sales in now available on Limoforsale.com for $58,900 at 26,400 miles.

PHOTOS, SPECS, & SELLER INFO HERE

With prom season a few months out, this stretch could be marketed with its youth-friendly amenities: Disco ceiling, custom bar (um, for soft drinks and bottled water), LCT TVs, DVD player, CD player, fiber optic mood lighting, iPod aux integration, and "excellent sound system."

The stretch scores a nine out of 10 on mechanical, interior, and exterior ratings. Financing is available.

Related Topics: Chrysler 300, custom stretches, dealerships, Limoforsale.com, online vehicle sales, proms, stretch limousine, used vehicles, vehicle sales, weddings

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