Enterprise Car Sales Offers Package for Military, Veterans

An Enterprise Car Sales location. Photo courtesy of Enterprise Holdings.
An Enterprise Car Sales location. Photo courtesy of Enterprise Holdings.

In November, Enterprise Car Sales is offering a special 24-month/24,000-mile powertrain limited warranty on each vehicle purchased by an active member of the U.S. military or a U.S. veteran this month. Dependents of active duty military also are eligible, says the company.

Enterprise Car Sales is an affiliated service of Enterprise Rent-A-Car.

“This offer — in commemoration of Veterans Day — is just one way of giving back to the men and women who have served our country,” said Michael Bystrom, corporate vice president at Enterprise Car Sales. “Several of our Enterprise Car Sales locations are near military bases, and we actively work with credit unions that serve the military population.”

With approximately 130 locations nationwide, Enterprise Car Sales features more than 250 makes and models of certified, late-model used cars, trucks, vans and SUVs. Each vehicle passes a 109-point inspection conducted by an ASE-Certified technician, and comes with a seven-day/1,000-mile repurchase policy, according to the company.

“We have a strong military heritage, stemming from the service of our founder, Jack Taylor, who was a U.S. Navy pilot during World War II,” said Bystrom. “The 24-month/24,000-mile powertrain limited warranty makes a great offer even better for members of the military and veterans. This warranty is twice what is typically offered, giving them additional peace of mind.”

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