Unfortunately these limos don't have any opening parts - an opening door (like the ones on the stretch Lincoln Town Car limos done by Majorette about 25 years ago) - would have been a really nice touch. (Of course, the oversize 1/55th scale of the Majorette limos made this attempt only partially succesful - and off-set the positive aspects of the opening doors).
But these stretched SUVs had a much bigger problem in my eyes. The toys were made with beautiful oversize alloy wheels (a plus), but with a massively lowered suspension that would never work in an actual limo. Certain models seemed to be more lowered than others - you can see the furthest silver limo is almost scraping the ground. For this reason I only ever bought 3 of these really cool limos.
When I bought them, I was able to unscrew the base plate (screws! no rivets!) of the white Lincoln and artificially modify the suspension to make it ride higher. Amazingly I was successful in this - you can see in the photo that it rides at a much more normal height.
I intended to do the same to the other limos but never got around to it. I guess I can always do it in the future.
The most surprising thing about these limos was who made them... Would you believe that Maisto's name is on the bottom!?!