Enterprise to Provide Substitute Transport for Nissan Dealers

Enterprise Rent-A-Car has announced that it and Nissan North America Inc. have agreed that Enterprise will be the preferred provider for substitute transportation for all Nissan dealers in the United States.

Enterprise will provide Nissan vehicles as service loaners while warranty repairs are completed on Nissan customer vehicles, offering customer pick-up or delivery of comparable Nissan loaner vehicles.

Enterprise Rent-A-Car already has a relationship with many Nissan dealers. With more than 6,000 locations in the U.S., Enterprise has rental facilities within one mile of 95 percent of dealerships and, in some cases, has established an on-site office as part of the dealership offering.

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