Avis Reveals 2014 Fleet

Avis Car Rental has unveiled its model-year 2014 vehicle roster, which will soon be available at locations across the United States.

"We take great pride in operating a young fleet that is structured to meet the various rental needs of travelers and those in need of temporary ground transportation,” said Tom Gartland, president, North America. “In fact, it's part of our commitment to 'put the customer first.' We're pleased to unveil our 2014 fleet and look forward to serving renters at Avis local market locations and airport destinations across the country."

The Avis 2014 lineup features manufacturers such as BMW (328i, 528i, 740i, X3, X5, Z4), Cadillac (Escalade, XTS), Mazda (CX-5, Mazda6), Nissan (Versa-Note), Mitsubishi (2014 Mirage) and Toyota (2014 Corolla).

Availability of vehicles is limited and may vary by location, according to Avis. For more information, visit www.avis.com.

Comments

  1. Mike Gaskell [ December 3, 2015 @ 11:31AM ]

    I have just returned from a trip to Florida and rented an intermediate car from
    Tampa Airport as part of a British Airways package. The first car I was offered was a dented and scratched Mitsubishi which I declined. I was then offered a Toyota Corolla which I accepted even though the seats were badly stained because it was the only one left in the class.
    That one lasted a week before I exchanged it at Sarasota/Bradenton airport for a Hyundai Elantra. Again, in poor condition (28,000 on the clock) but by this time I just accepted the Agent's explanation that "we are in the process of renewing the fleet". Seems strange that according to this article, the fleet has just been renewed! Not a good advert for Avis or British Airways. Your comments would be appreciated as I have booked another B.A./Avis package for April 2016. I would be pleased to supply the Rental number if required.
    Regards
    Mr Mike Gaskell

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