Enterprise Rent-A-Car Now Offers 2013 SRT Viper

When renting a car from Enterprise’s Exotic Car Collection, customers in Southern California now have one more option to choose from -- Chrysler Group’s all-new 2013 SRT (Street and Racing Technology) Viper.

“We are thrilled that Enterprise is adding our SRT Viper to its Exotic Car Collection, allowing renters to make that special event even more special or enjoy their vacation in style in our hand-built-in-Detroit, flagship supercar,” said Jim Sassorossi, director of fleet sales for the Chrysler Group. “We know this will also be an excellent way for potential buyers to get a first-hand driving experience with our high-performance sports car.”

Developed in 2006, the Exotic Car Collection was designed to give customers access to vehicles from some of the world’s top luxury manufacturers. With more than 50 makes and models at 13 locations, consumers have the opportunity to choose from luxurious coupes, sedans, SUVs, convertibles and now, the new SRT Viper.

For more information on the Exotic Car Collection by Enterprise, visit http://exoticcars.enterprise.com/.

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