Enterprise Car Sales Opens 2 New Locations in Arizona

Photo courtesy of Enterprise Holdings.
Photo courtesy of Enterprise Holdings.

Enterprise Car Sales, a service of Enterprise Rent-A-Car, has opened two new locations in the Phoenix area.

To celebrate the openings, all Enterprise Car Sales locations in Arizona will appraise trade-in vehicles — using Kelley Blue Book trade-in value — plus an additional $1,000. This offer will be extended to car buyers through Sept. 30.

“As the sixth largest city in the country, Phoenix has a high demand for quality used car-buying services,” said Chuck Maslin, manager of Enterprise Group Car Sales in Arizona. “With the opening of our new Scottsdale location and an expanded facility in the San Tan Motorplex in Gilbert, we’re well equipped to meet this local demand. These locations allow us to display more inventory than ever before while improving the customer experience.”

The 3,831-square-foot Scottsdale dealership can accommodate more than 100 vehicles, according to the company. The 13,192-square-foot San Tan Motorplex can accommodate 135 vehicles and shares space with an Enterprise Rent-A-Car branch.

“Our flagship San Tan Motorplex facility replaces the former Enterprise Car Sales location in Tempe, Ariz., and represents the new look of our dealerships, which provides a truly customized car-buying experience,” said Maslin. “The space allows car buyers to speak with our knowledgeable and no-pressure sales staff in a variety of settings to suit their comfort level — from high-top workstations in the showroom, to more private offices, to a comfortable lounge area equipped with Wi-Fi and charging stations."

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