Trends in the limousine rental industry

Just like furniture and apparel industries, limousine rental industry experiences changing trends. Some trends might last decades and some only few years. Here are some examples:

  • Vehicle manufacturer:
    • Lincoln Town Car was most popular vehicle make in 80 and 90; now it is considered a classic.

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    • Starting in 2000s Hummer became the most requested vehicle make hummer limousine rental
    • Followed closely by Cadillac


  • Body type: Stretch limousines gave way to SUV limousines that, in turn, gave way to party buses.
  • Color: Black and white are considered the standard colors for limousines since they can be used for formal and informal events.
    • Five years ago, pink was the hot color that was very frequently requested.

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    • Camouflage painted limousines were popular in some geographic areas

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  • Interior design:
    • Design have gone a long way from plain black row seating

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    • to color contracting floating design. Featuring Formal 19 – Dodge Magnum Limousine.

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  • Interior lighting: thanks to new technological advances, hundreds of feet of neon lighting curve their way thru the interior of the limousine creating a unique ambiance. Featuring Formal 6 – Cadillac Escalade SUV Limousine

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  • Newest trend: Disco floor!! Featuring newly acquired Formal 8 – Range Rover SUV limousine

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  • Newest trend: butterfly doors.

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We try to keep up with the latest trends and news, by attending various industry shows.

So next time you are looking to book a limousine, choose the most unique vehicle that “speaks to you”.

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