Used Minibus Limo Will Make Retail Clients Rave

Lexi Tucker
Posted on November 13, 2017

SMITHTOWN, N.Y. — It's important to provide brides with a vehicle that's spacious, clean, and safe. Not just to make her happy, but to impress the passengers who come with her. After all, it's likely they'll need your services when their time comes to tie the knot.

This used 2016 Freightliner M2 mini bus limo built by Tiffany Coachworks is being sold on for $145,750, and would make a dynamic addition to any company who does a good amount of retail work.


The seller, Bobby Xavier of Legend Limousines, writes: "What you are viewing is a one and a half year old 30 passenger party bus custom designed by us and built by Tiffany Coachbuilders. The current mileage is 57,000 miles, but it's still in service, so the actual mileage will fluctuate. Limo style seating is black with blue/silver inserts. It includes six flat screen televisions, two dance poles, laser lights, a stainless steel ceiling, two bar areas, a fog machine, and a working bathroom with wash sink. The stereo system consists of four 12" subwoofers and Rockford Fosgate speakers.The bus has every option imaginable. It needs nothing and is in near new shape. We are selling this bus because our new one is in production, and our insurance company will not let us add another without removing this one from our roster. This bus was over $180,000 new, plus shipping to the east coast; you can have the nicest bus in your area for far less. Upon receiving the bus, we purchased an extended warranty from our local Freightliner dealership that basically covers everything mechanically on the bus for at least 100,000 miles (need to check our records, but it may be 200,000 miles). The air lock plug door is super quiet, and has all aluminum wheels (not caps on steel wheels). New tires were installed in May 2017."

Related Topics: Freightliner,, mini-buses, online vehicle sales, party buses, Tiffany Coachworks, used vehicles, vehicle sales

Lexi Tucker Senior Editor
Comments ( 1 )
  • Wayne Girard

     | about 3 years ago

    They need to work on that price big time.

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