There are many posts on here of people renting R/Ts from the major car rental companies...I didn't know Enterprise leased R/T's or SRT's....
Not necessarily. People always assume cars that are rented are beaten on, but that's not always true. The typical business person or vacation person, who is renting the majority of cars is not beating on these things. They are either using their insurance or bought the rental cars insurance policy, but still, they have a financial incentive to return the car in good condition. I am usually am very careful with rental cars as its just such a hassle if anything happens to them, the paper work alone sucks. And really, a single owner of the car takes his to the track and does a 100 1/4 mile runs, is that beating on the car? Is that worse than a rental that is just driven around by different people. Maybe pushed now and then, but that's what these cars are made for. Rentals get regular maintenance, washes, and such, they should be fine. A used car is always a gamble to some extent, but I wouldn't overlook one of these. Then again, I always buy new, so what do I know. :icon_cheers:Interesting approach with the sale to enterprise at the end of the lease. After they'd been rented for one year and then rented from enterprise for X number of years I'd suspect the cars would have been pretty well beaten on I'd try to avoid picking one of them up used.
Take it easy
Like any contract you're obligated to complete the agreement in full. Want out early just make the remaining payments.So here is my question.... If you do the 12 month lease today on a 2014, can you order a 2015 this summer and trade in the 2014 when the 2015 comes in or do you have to keep the 2014 for the full 1 yr?
YJ2012 is correct - no matter what, leasee is responsible for 12 payments. Here are the program rules:Like any contract you're obligated to complete the agreement in full. Want out early just make the remaining payments.