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Enterprise Rent-A-Car Adds Toronto in Exotic Car Collection Program

Range Rover Diesel at 2015 CIAS
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When we typically think about car rentals, an exotic driving experience rarely comes to mind. Other than the fact there is sometimes a unique exploratory moments when driving a vehicle you don't own, the standard standard of relatively-new economy cars and vans fall flat of providing meaningful memories behind the wheel.

In major cities in the United States, car rental conglomerate Enterprise Rent-A-Car provides customers with a feistier option for spending a day or two with a vehicle. The Exotic Car Collection groups a premium selection of cars and crossover vehicles that would otherwise not be so easily accessible. Depending on the location, Cadillacs, BMWs and even Lamborghinis can be rented through Enterprise's Exotic Car Collection. Part of a recent expansion of their operations, the rental car service has opened its first Canadian Exotic Car Collection venture.

Serving the city of Toronto, the Exotic Car Collection program is established in the Enterprise Rent-A-Car location near the Pearson International Airport. "Customers rent from the Exotic Car Collection for a wide variety of occasions – from people who want to add a special touch to a big event, to travellers who want to enjoy their vacation in style, to business executives entertaining clients," says the senior vice president of Enterprise Brice Adamson. Delivering 'white-glove treatment' to customers with features such as a streamlined reservation process, the Canadian website for the Exotic Car Collection presently shows six vehicles. The Audi Q5, BMW 528i, BMW X5, Infiniti QX80, Land Rover Range Rover and the Porsche Panamera is currently attached to the Canadian location. Rates for vehicle rental is positioned at $175 to $200 per day.  

The expansion (including the Toronto location) for the Enterprise Rent-A-Car Exotic Car Collection is added to almost 30 branches in operations. 2016 represents the 10th anniversary of the Exotic Car Collection rental service. 

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