Enterprise Designates E85/FlexFuel Branch in Grapevine, Texas

Enterprise Rent-A-Car designated one of its Dallas/Ft. Worth-area rental locations as its first official “E85/FlexFuel branch” in Texas, the company reports.

The Enterprise branch at the Classic Chevrolet dealership is the newest “E85/FlexFuel branch” announced by the car rental.

It will be the nation’s first dealership-owned public E85 pumps for consumer use. GM-was offering the fuel for 85.9 cents per gallon. At a press conference following the opening event, General Motors announced the first E85-capable HUMMER, H2 and H2 SUT, both 2009 models.

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