Hertz Australia Fleet 2013

Old May 6, 13, 2:28 am
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Hertz Australia Fleet 2013

Since there has been plenty of questions regarding fleet for the Australian locations I thought I'd write up the list of the 2013 fleet purchases to give you some idea of how the fleet will look as the year develops. A quick note, not all fleet will be located in each state, more expect to see a selection of these models as the year continues.

This is not a full range of the Hertz Fleet, simply cars are being taken on this year.

Economy
Toyota Yaris
Hyundai I20
Kia Rio
Hyundai Accent
Nissan Micra
Mitsubishi Mirage
Suzuki Swift

Compact
Toyota Corolla
Hyundai I30
Holden Cruze
Kia Cerato
VW Golf

Intermediate (Sedan)
Toyota Corolla
Hyundai Elantra
Nissan Pulsar
Holden Cruze
Suzuki Kizashi

Full Size
Toyota Camry
Ford Mondeo
Kia Optima
Hyundai I40 (Including the Stationwagon)

Small SUV
Nissan Dualis
Hyundai IX35
Mitsubishi ASX

Medium SUV
Toyota RAV4
Nissan X-Trail
Suzuki Grand Vitara
Holden Capitva
Mitsubishi Outlander

Large SUV
Toyota Kluger
Hyundai Santa Fe
Kia Sorrento

People Mover
Kia Carnival
Hyundai IMAX

Last edited by austgap; May 7, 13 at 4:52 am Reason: Clarifying thread.
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Old May 7, 13, 1:10 am
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Thanks for the information, austgap!

I can't say I'm happy about the phasing out of real (i.e. RWD) cars though! No Falco-doores at all? Surely the Australian car industry is on its last legs, when even the rental companies stop buying the big Aussie cars.

As someone who gets a cheap corporate rate on Compacts but not Intermediates, I like the looks of the Compact options. I haven't driven the new Corolla yet, but all the others are pretty good cars, and a vast improvement on the old Tiidas that I seem to get at Hertz at moment.

Somewhere out there, an American is laughing at the idea that a Hyundai Santa Fe is a "large SUV".
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Old May 7, 13, 4:47 am
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The mumbles I've heard is demand for the premium full size cars (XR6/SV6..etc) have fallen heavily and instead are being used mainly for upgrades, hence their removing them and instead focusing on the BMWs as the premium models on fleet.

Very much agree Jorgen the Tiida's are unremarkable and usually the last car I offer to any customer, the new Pulsar's are a huge step forward.

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Old Jun 12, 14, 12:15 am
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any one has any updates to this list for 2014?

Does the BMWs comes with nav?
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