Exotic Limos Offer Unparalled Luxury

When it comes to limousine rentals, the choices can be overwhelming. Most average people aren’t well-versed in the world of limousines and thus believe that most limos are dry, boring affairs. Sure, they have plenty of seating, a bar, and an awesome sound system, but beyond that they’re nothing more than long cars designed to give you a smug sense of self satisfaction. In the end, if you’re going to feel smug, you might as well do it in style with an out-of-this-world exotic limousine.



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An exotic limousine is different from a standard limo in a number of ways. First off, an exotic limo simply has more amenities than a standard limousine. In addition to being larger and thus capable of comfortably seating upwards of 50 people (though this varies from limo to limo), an exotic limo will contain both the standard features, such as a full bar and sound system, but it can also contain a light system, televisions with DVD and Blu-ray players, and even a stripper pole. Exotic limos spare no expense.

An exotic limo also ups the ante when it comes to appearance. Most think of a limo as simply being a long car, but how about cruising around the Las Vegas strip in a sleek Corvette limo? Is it warm where you are? Why not a limo that has a pool in the back? Yes, it’s rare, but it’s possible. Exotic limos are also made by a variety of vehicle manufacturers, namely Cadillac, Dodge, Ford, and Mercedes, though classic exotic limos, such as a 1956 Rolls Royce Phantom, can be found at some exotic limo companies.

Due to their nature, exotic limousines are typically more expensive than a standard limo or luxury sedan, but in the end, you definitely get what you pay for. Whether you’re looking to transport some clients in the fanciest way possible, or simply want to spend a night out on the town as if you were a millionaire celebrity, exotic limousines are the way to go.

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Posted on July 5, 2012 at 9:00 AM