We are happy to announce that we are now offering a new category of vehicles for your trips to and from the Detroit airport (DTW), nights out and any other events or point-to-point rides in Metro Detroit and surrounding areas.

After a careful analysis of all available options we have decided to add the latest models of Lincoln Navigator L to our fleet. Offering comfortable sitting for 6 passengers and space for a sizeable amount of luggage due to the longer wheelbase, these new Navigators L are perfect to serve any Detroit Airport transportation needs. On the way to and from the Detroit Airport (DTW) one can still enjoy all the complimentary services provided in our luxury Town Cars including free WiFi, a selection of drinks and snacks and an iPad that can be used by our guests during the trip. Furthermore, the vehicles are equipped with an on-board DVD entertainment system which is perfect for longer rides or for families travelling with kids.

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Although we envisioned the Navigators primarily as a great option for Detroit Airport transportation due to their larger passenger and luggage capacity, from day one they have been extremely popular for proms and nights out. These vehicles proved themselves as a great value alternative to stretch limos for groups of up to 6 people.

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This new category is already available so if you need to reserve the Navigator for your Detroit Airport transportation needs or for any other events please call our operators at (248) 906-5712. They are available to assist you 24/7. You can also send any requests to support@motorcitylimousine.com. This email address is constantly monitored. The prices for the Navigators as well as the complete fleet overview will be published online shortly. All existing discounts and business account privileges apply.
You are welcome to take a look at the vehicles on our Facebook page - https://www.facebook.com/MotorCityLimousine

Motor City Limousine team is further working on expanding and renewing our fleet. As we mentioned in our previous blog post, the next big dilemma is what to replace the beloved Town Cars with. We would greatly appreciate any feedback from our clients and affiliates on this issue!

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