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Executive Sedans

Cadillac CT6

Number of Passengers: 4

The CT6 pushes the envelope for performance, technology, and craftsmanship. Innovatively engineered and meticulously appointed, it exudes both safety and style. This is the prestige sedan, reinvented with enticing comfort, spacious design, and intuitive technology. It exudes the indulgent feeling of a limousine. US Sedan offers a complete suite of Executive Sedan Services for almost every event including corporate road shows, meetings or trade shows.

Mercedes s450 Sedan

Number of Passengers: 4

Mercedes Benz is known for its luxury, safety, and the overall experience. The s450 is the perfect choice for business travelers who want the best experience in corporate travel.

Mercedes 500 Sedan

Number of Passengers: 4

Effortless performance, accomplished elegance, and technological advancements make the S500 the world’s premier luxury sedan for business travelers.

BMW Sedan

Number of Passengers: 4
The most classic form of the automobile is the Sedan, which stands for elegance and clarity. Short overhangs, lengthened proportions and the Hofmeister kink make the BMW Sedans the leaders in their respective classes.

Lincoln Continental

Number of Passengers: 4

Travel in style and comfort with our Lincoln Sedan. It offers the ultimate experience in luxury transportation for executives who need reliable, comfortable service.

 

Our executive sedan options give you the choices you need. You can travel to events in style, relax on the way from the airport to a meeting, and know that our team will get you to your destination on time.

Looking for an SUV instead? We have that too.

Corporate Services

Our Corporate Event Coordinators are experienced professionals who are capable of planning out your every transportation detail.

Diplomatic Services

Uncompromised attention to detail and exceeding expectations are what make us the leading chauffeur company of diplomatic transportation.

General Aviation

Servicing 5000 general aviation terminals, were the first choice for the general aviation industry in North America, Europe and Asia.

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