Prestige Auto Rentals Opens New Land Rover Rental Location

Prestige Auto Rentals of New Jersey opened up a second location for luxury rentals on Nov. 4. The rental company specializes in Land Rover and Range Rover rentals in the New Jersey and greater New York City areas.

General Manager Martin Hall opened Prestige Auto Rentals in response to a strong demand for luxury SUV rentals from New Yorkers. “Land Rover dealerships receive countless inquiries about Range Rover and Land Rover rentals,” Hall said. “We see this venture as an opportunity for more people to drive and experience the brand. Renting a luxury SUV is ideal for people who don’t want to pay for year-round garage space in addition to a car payment or lease payment. It’s a way to have an exciting vehicle to drive for a weekend outing or a family vacation.”

Prestige Auto Rentals offers a fleet of powerfully versatile luxury SUVs for rental. The new location is the only auto rental company in the area where clients can rent the all-new 2012 Range Rover Evoque, Motor Trend’s “SUV of the Year.”

The 2012 Range Rover Evoque is the smallest, lightest Range Rover. The Evoque achieves fuel economy of 19/28 mpg (city/hwy). In addition to the Evoque, a variety of Land Rover and Range Rover rentals are available at Prestige Auto Rentals, which is located minutes from the George Washington Bridge.

Prestige operates a second auto rental location in Glenwood Springs, Colorado, serving the Aspen/Vail area. More information can be found at www.prestigeautorentals.com.

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  1. Brendan T Lewis [ November 9, 2011 @ 12:32PM ]

    Affiliated Car Rental LC is happy to have the addition of these two Prestige Dealerships.

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