With the phasing out of the stretch limo SUVs, the party buses have also vastly increased in size from fifteen to nearly thirty passenger giant limo buses. And during this process, the mid-size limousines have nearly disappeared from the radar. Consequently, parties of smaller size or with smaller weddings are forced to book larger and more expensive party buses.
As such, this market setup has opened up an opportunity for Elite Chicago Limo to build and service the newest Chicago trend, the compact mini party bus. A mini party bus will have all of the attributes and features of its party bus predecessor, but will look much more elegant and will seat up to 16 passengers. The clientele will still be able to enjoy standing up and dancing with their friends, and there is enough room to feature the popular attributes such as a dance pole, flat screen TVs, an amazing sound system, and an incredible light show.
The challenge in designing such a vehicle, the mini party bus, is of course the conversion itself. Choosing the right mini shuttle bus is quite simple with the vast availability of Mercedes 2500 Sprinters, which not only seat the right number of people, but are also tall and their interiors look great. The price also matches that of a mini shuttle bus. The conversion, however, from a Sprinter to a limousine is quite challenging since there Elite Chicago Limo has no templates to work with.
Being challenged with the task of both building and renting the first ever Chicago mini party bus (http://www.elitechicagolimo.com/