National Car Rental Offers BMW X3 in Emerald Club

The 2017 BMW X3 will be available in select Executive Area locations of National Car Rental's Emerald Aisle. Photo courtesy of National Car Rental
The 2017 BMW X3 will be available in select Executive Area locations of National Car Rental's Emerald Aisle. Photo courtesy of National Car Rental

For a limited time, National Car Rental is offering the 2017 BMW X3 to executive and executive elite members of its Emerald Club loyalty program.

Through May 31, 2017, the luxury vehicle will be available in select Executive Area locations of National’s Emerald Aisle, a section of the rental car lot where Emerald Club members can bypass the counter and select any vehicle — as long as they reserve a mid-size car or larger.

The BMW X3 offs a panoramic sunroof, leather seats, keyless entry, and hands-free power tailgate and navigation.

“As part of our commitment to providing choice and control to our Emerald Club members, National exclusively offers some of the most exciting, new vehicles in the automobile industry,” said Rob Connors, National Car Rental’s vice president of brand marketing. “Our partnership with BMW enables us to provide the type of reliable luxury vehicles our customers enjoy driving for their frequent travels.”

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