General Motors’ Maven Expands to 3 New Cities

Photo courtesy of GM.
Photo courtesy of GM.
General Motors’ carsharing Maven has announced three new locations to its network. Maven recently launched in Chicago with its Maven City carsharing program and Maven+ residential on-demand carsharing program.

Both programs plan to launch in Washington, D.C. and Boston this summer. Maven is also available in New York City and Ann Arbor, Mich. Collectively, its members have driven more than one million miles.

“Whether it’s driving to land the perfect job, meeting friends for a fun weekend or exploring the city, Maven enables our members to access transportation how they want it, when they want it,” said Julia Steyn, GM vice president of urban mobility and Maven. “As we continue to expand into key cities, more customers will see how Maven can provide next-gen freedom by seamlessly connecting them with people and places that matter.”

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