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JET Limousines Selling Used Chevrolet Suburban

Lexi Tucker
Posted on February 4, 2019
A good SUV for a great price.

A good SUV for a great price.

PHOENIX, Ariz. — J.E.T. Limousines, which recently opened a new location in Sedona Jan. 23, is selling this used 2015 Chevrolet Suburban on limoforsale.com for $19,000 at 155,883 miles.

SPECS, PHOTOS & SELLER INFO HERE

The vehicle holds up to six passengers, and has amenities such as tinted windows, touch screen entertainment, iPod aux integration, A/C power outlets, captain's chairs, and reclining leather seats. For driver comfort, it comes with auto-dimming power heated mirrors, remote start ignition, and power heated seats.

Owner William “Billy” Jinks said it has "upgraded factory wheels, brand new front tires, recent services done, running boards, power liftgate, upgraded LED headlights, and dual captain chairs with a third row. One owner, garage kept, and very clean SUV."

J.E.T Limousines’ business is 70% corporate and 30% retail, focusing on local and national affiliate work, local DMCs, and hotels. “Now with our Sedona operation, J.E.T Limousines Sedona will concentrate on Sedona’s larger hotels and their corporate conference services business as well as our local Sedona customers,” Jinks said.

J.E.T. Limousines runs more than 50 late model luxury vehicles, handling individual to group transportation for one to 1,000 people at a time. It has received numerous awards and honors since its incorporation in 2004.

Information: www.jetlimoaz.com

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