Texas Auto Rental Agency Adds World's Largest Pickup to Fleet

DFW Elite Auto Rental has added to its fleet the International CXT, the world's largest pickup. With a nine-foot-tall cab, the CXT—or "commercial extreme truck"—is two feet taller and nearly five feet longer than the Hummer H2.

The CXT includes features such as an eight-foot pickup bed, a luxurious interior with an air-ride cab and individual leather bucket seats. Tinted windows, a premium sound system, lush carpeting and air brakes complete the luxury truck experience.

DFW Elite Auto Rental also offers the International RXT, which, like the CXT, has a commercial pickup bed and seats five. Slightly sportier and more athletic than its bigger brother, the International RXT has an eight-foot-tall cab, an aerodynamically shaped hood, dual rear wheels and hydraulic brakes.

DFW Elite Auto Rental offers a rental fleet of more than 35 exotic and luxury cars, SUVs and pickups. For more information and to see a complete inventory of available vehicles, visit www.dfweliteautorental.com or call (817) 838-RENT.

An image of the new International CXT is available at the company's Web site, in the media section, or visit International's site, http://www.nav-international.com/site_layout/XTFamily/index.asp.

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