Hertz Rent2Buy Partners With Allied Business Network

Hertz Rent2Buy, theHertz Corp.'s online used-car sales program, has formed a new partnership with the Allied Business Network providing ABN members, which include business, entrepreneurs, and small business owners, a discount on their vehicle purchased through Hertz Rent2Buy.

"We are enthusiastic about extending benefits through Hertz Rent2Buy to our longtime partner, Allied Business Network," commented Mark P. Frissora, Hertz chairman and chief executive officer. "This partnership is just a natural extension of our pre-existing relationship with ABN, providing them with savings through Hertz rental cars, and now through Hertz Rent2Buy purchases." 

ABN is a collection of more than 37,000 businesses, entrepreneurs, small business owners and individuals located throughout the United States, Canada and Europe. ABN has been providing discounts to businesses through group buying for more than 14 years. ABN negotiates prices with national suppliers to get its members the best discounts available, including significant savings on Hertz car rentals, Hertz #1 Club Gold memberships, and now on Hertz Rent2Buy vehicles. With this partnership, ABN members who purchase a car through Hertz Rent2Buy will receive $100 off the purchase price of the vehicle.

Hertz Rent2Buy is an online used cars for sale program that allows customers to reserve a rental car they may want to buy for a three-day test drive. Used car shoppers visit www.hertzrent2buy.com and select the car of their choice at a convenient Hertz location. Customers have full use of the vehicle for up to three days. 

A customer who chooses to purchase the vehicle keeps the car and pays the listed price without any haggling, and the rental fee, other than any fee for optional products purchased, is waived. For customers who choose to purchase the car, competitive finance options are available to simplify the payment process at incredibly competitive used-car prices.

If the customer decides not to purchase the car, the vehicle is returned to the rental location and the transaction is treated as a standard rental.

"We are very excited to introduce Hertz's Rent2Buy program to our members. We have a tremendously successful history with Hertz, and we feel that our members will find just as much value in our new Rent2Buy program as they do in our car rental program," ABN President Jack Bergman said.

Comment On This Story

Name:  
Email:  
Comment: (Max. 10000 characters)  
Please leave blank:
* Please note that every comment is moderated.

 
 

Newsletter: Sign up to receive latest news, articles, and much more.

Read the latest

Auto Focus Blog: A blog covering fleets, auto rental and the business of cars

Trump and Regulations: An Alt-Fuel View

With 2025 emissions targets back in review, manufacturers, alt-fuel, and alt-power suppliers weigh in on the potential impacts of Trump’s initiatives.

Why GM’s Telematics Announcement is a Really Big Deal

Enabling a telematics connection at the factory — and not through an aftermarket hardware installation — is a game changer for fleets.

Four Thoughts From the 2016 Conference Calls

Sifting through the notes of Avis Budget Group’s and Hertz Global Holdings’ recent fourth quarter conference calls give us some trend lines to watch out for in 2017. (Of course, this gives us an incomplete snapshot, as Enterprise Holdings is privately held.)

Job Finder: Access Top Talent. Fill Key Positions.

>