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US Hertz Fleet - What Makes/Models are Available? (2018-20 Thread)

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Economy (A, ECAR)
Chevrolet Spark A ECAR (35 mpg; formerly CCAR)
Fiat 500 A ECAR (33 mpg)
Kia Rio A ECAR (Includes sedan and hatchback models; 33 mpg)
Smart Fortwo A ECAR (Includes Pure, Passion, and Passion Convertible trims)
Toyota Yaris A ECAR (2-door models only)

Compact 2 or 4 Door (B, CCAR)
Nissan Versa B, YB CCAR (36 mpg; includes sedans and Note hatchbacks)
Chevrolet Sonic YB CCAR
Fiat 500L YB CCAR (Spotted at SLC and SFO)
Ford Fiesta B, YB CCAR (38 mpg)
Ford Focus B, YB CCAR (Includes sedan and hatchback models; 38 mpg)
Honda Fit YB CCAR
Hyundai Accent B CCAR (Formerly ECAR)
Hyundai Veloster B CCAR
Kia Rio B CCAR
Toyota Yaris Hatchback B, CCAR (5-door)
Toyota Yaris iA Sedan B CCAR
Mini Cooper YB CCAR
Volkswagen Beetle YB
Volkswagen Golf YB CCAR

Intermediate 2 or 4 Door (C, ICAR)
Chevrolet Cruze C ICAR (hatchback models)
Kia Soul C ICAR
Kia Forte C ICAR
Hyundai Elantra C ICAR
Mazda3 C, YC, ICAR
Honda Civic C, YC ICAR (2-door models tagged C; 4-door models tagged YC)
Nissan Sentra C, YC ICAR
Toyota Corolla C, YC ICAR (33 mpg)

Standard Sports Car (D2, SSAR)
Chevrolet Camaro Coupe D2 SSAR (I-4 Turbo)
Dodge Challenger D2 SSAR (V6 SXT)
Ford Mustang D2 SSAR (I4 turbo; hard-top)

Standard 4 Door Sedan (D, SCAR)
Volkswagen Jetta D SCAR (24 mpg; formerly ICAR)

Full Size 4 Door (F, FCAR/FDAR/FXAR)
Chevrolet Malibu F, YF FCAR, FDAR (29 mpg)
Ford Fusion F, F6,YF FCAR
Dodge Charger F,F6, YF FCAR
Honda Accord YF FCAR
Hyundai Sonata F, YF FCAR
Kia Optima F FCAR
Mazda6 F FCAR
Nissan Altima F, F6 FCAR
Toyota Camry F, F6 FCAR
Volkswagen Passat F, F6, M6 FCAR

F6 = Leather Interior

F6 Full Size Vehicle with Leather interior
Dodge Charger F6
Subaru Crosstrek F6
Subaru Forester F6
Subaru Impreza F6
Subaru Legacy F6
Subaru Outback F6
Volkswagen Passat F6
Toyota Camry F6

K (Was XF)-Classified Non-Sedans (K, FCAR)
2017 Fiat 500x Sport K (Crossover, AWD)

Premium (G, PCAR/PDAR)
Buick Regal G PCAR
Chevrolet Impala G, F, YF PCAR, PDAR (27 mpg)
Ford Taurus G PCAR
Nissan Maxima G PCAR (27 mpg)

Luxury (I, LCAR/LDAR)
Buick LaCrosse I LCAR, LDAR (27 mpg)
Cadillac ATS I LCAR
Chrysler 300/300C I, YI LCAR (25 mpg)
Lincoln Continental YI LCAR
Lincoln MKZ YI LCAR
Toyota Avalon YI LCAR

Premium Luxury (YI)
Audi A6 YI
Audi A7 YI
Audi A8L YI
Audi Q7 AWD YI
Audi S4 convertible YI
Audi S5 YI
BMW X5 YI
Lexus ES 350 YI
Lexus GS 450h YI
Lexus IS 250 YI
Lexus RX 350 YI
Lexus RX 450 Hybrid YI
Mercedes-Benz E550 convertible YI
Mercedes-Benz S63 AMG YI

Midsize 2WD SUV (B4, CFAR)
Buick Encore B4 CFAR
Chevrolet Trax B4 CFAR
Dodge Journey B4 CFAR
Ford Escape B4 CFAR (33 mpg)
Hyundai Tucson B4 CFAR
Jeep Cherokee B4 CFAR
Jeep Compass B4 CFAR
Jeep Renegade B4 CFAR
Kia Niro B4 CFAR
Kia Sportage B4 CFAR
Mazda CX-3 B4 CFAR
Mazda CX-5 B4 CFAR
Mitsubishi Outlander B4 CFAR
Mitsubishi Outlander Sport B4 CFAR
Nissan Rogue/Rogue Sport B4 CFAR (29 mpg)
Toyota Rav4 B4 CFAR
Toyota C-HR B4 CFAR
Volkswagen Tiguan B4 CFAR

5 Passenger Standard 2WD SUV (F4, SWAR)
Buick Envision F4 SWAR
Chevrolet Blazer F4 SWAR
Chevrolet Equinox F4 SWAR
Ford Edge F4 SWAR
GMC Acadia F4 SWAR (6-passenger models)
GMC Terrain F4 SWAR
Honda CR-V F4 SWAR
Hyundai Santa Fe F4 SWAR (5-passenger models)
Jeep Grand Cherokee F4 SWAR
Nissan Murano F4 SWAR
Toyota 4runner F4 SWAR

7 passenger Standard 2WD SUV (K6, RRAR)
Buick Enclave K6 RRAR
Chevrolet Traverse K6 RRAR (21 mpg)
Chevrolet Tahoe K6 RRAR (RWD models)
Dodge Journey K6 RRAR (7 passenger models)
Ford Expedition K6 RRAR (RWD models)
Ford Explorer K6 RRAR (7-passenger models)
Ford Flex K6 RRAR
GMC Yukon K6 RRAR (only RWD models)
Hyundai Santa Fe K6 RRAR (2019+ are called Santa Fe XL)
Mazda CX-9 K6 RRAR
Niassan Armada K6 RRAR (RWD models)
Nissan Pathfinder K6 RRAR
Toyota Highlander K6 RRAR
Volkswagen Atlas K6 RRAR

Compact SUV (B4, 2WD models are tagged as B5)
Buick Encore B4, B5

Ford Ecosport B4, B5
Mazda CX-3 B4, B5
Nissan Kicks B4, B5
Mitsubishi Outlander Sport B4, B5
Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross B4, B5


Midsize SUV (Q4, Q5 IFAR)
Dodge Journey Q4 IFAR
Hyundai Tucson Q4 IFAR
Jeep Cherokee Q4 IFAR
Jeep Compass Q4 IFAR (25 mpg)
Kia Sportage Q4 IFAR
Mazda CX-5 Q4 IFAR
Mitsubishi Outlander Q4 IFAR
Toyota Rav4 Q4, YQ IFAR (29 mpg)
Volkswagen Tiguan Q4 IFAR
Ford Escape Q4, YQ IFAR
Nissan Rogue Q4, YQ IFAR


5 Passenger Standard SUV (L, SFAR)
Chevroler Blazer L SFAR
Chevrolet Equinox L SFAR (19 mpg)
Ford Edge L SFAR
Ford Explorer L4, L SRAR (6-passenger models)
GMC Acadia L SFAR (6-passenger models)
GMC Terrain L SFAR
Hyundai Santa Fe Sport L SFAR
Jeep Grand Cherokee L SFAR
Nissan Murano L IFAR
Toyota 4Runner L (19 mpg; 5-passenger models)

7 Passenger Standard SUV (L4, FRAR)
Ford Explorer L4, L FRAR (7-passenger models; 23 mpg)
Buick Enclave L4 FRAR
Dodge Durango L4 FRAR
Ford Flex L4 FRAR
Honda Pilot L4 FRAR
Kia Sorento (V6 Models Only) L4 FRAR
Mazda CX-9 L4 FRAR
Nissan Pathfinder L4 FRAR (28 mpg)
Toyota Highlander L4 FRAR (7-passenger models)
Chevrolet Traverse (AWD) L4, YL FRAR (YL-tagged vehicles may have DVD system, hold 7-8 ppl; 22 mpg)
Volkswagen Atlas L4 FRAR
Subaru Ascent L4 FRAR

4WD/AWD Large SUV (T, FFAR)
GMC Yukon T FFAR (21 mpg)
Nissan Armada T FFAR (15 mpg)
Toyota Sequoia T FFAR
Chevrolet Tahoe T, YT FFAR (YT-tagged vehicles may have DVD system; 21 mpg)
Ford Expedition T, YT FFAR (YT-tagged vehicles may have DVD system)

4WD/AWD Premium Extra Capacity SUV (T6, PFAR)
Chevrolet Suburban T6 PFAR (19 mpg)
Ford Expedition MAX T6 PFAR
GMC Yukon XL T6 PFAR (21 mpg)

Minivan (R, MVAR)
Chrysler Pacifica R MVAR (Touring and Limited trims may have active NAV)
Chrysler Voyager R MVAR
Dodge Grand Caravan R MVAR (GT trim may have active NAV)
Kia Sedona R MVAR
Toyota Sienna R, YR, R2 MVAR (8 seats in LE and higher trims)
Mercedes Benz Metris R, R2 MVAR (8 seats, spotted in Florida)

Convertible (U, STAR) (Others in Adrenaline/Prestige Coll.)
Chevrolet Camaro RS convertible U STAR (23 mpg)
Buick Cascada U STAR
Ford Mustang convertible U, STAR
Ford Mustang V6 convertible U, STAR (30 mpg)
Mercedes Benz C300 convertible U, STAR

Intermediate 2 or 4 dr. Jeep (V, IJAR)
Jeep Wrangler V, IJAR

Small Pickup Truck (O6, IPAR)
Nissan Frontier O6 IPAR (18 mpg)
Toyota Tacoma O6 IPAR
Chevrolet Colorado O6 IPAR
GMC Canyon O6 IPAR

Pickup Truck (S, SPAR)
Chevrolet Silverado 1500 S SPAR (16 mpg; includes 4WD models)
Ford F150 S SPAR (17 mpg)
GMC Sierra 1500 S SPAR
Nissan Titan S SPAR
Ram 1500 S SPAR (Quad cab models only)
Ram 2500 S SPAR
Toyota Tundra S SPAR (Incl. double-cab models)

12/15 Passenger Fullsize Van (M, FVAR)
Chevrolet Express M FVAR
Ford Transit M FVAR (17 mpg; 12-15 pasengers)
GMC Savana M FVAR
Mercedes-Benz Sprinter M FVAR (Diesel models only)
Nissan NV 3500 M FVAR (12-passenger models only)

Cargo Van (N4, SKAR)
Chevrolet Express 3500 N4 SKAR
Ford Transit Connect N4 SKAR
Mercedes-Benz Sprinter N4 SKAR (15 mpg)
Nissan NV 2500 N4 SKAR (19 mpg; also includes high cube models)
Ram Promaster 2500 N4 SKAR

Adrenaline Collection*
Chevrolet Camaro SS V4 JSAR (20 mpg)
Chevrolet Camaro SS Convertible U4 PTAR (20 mpg)
Chevrolet Corvette Convertible U6 XTAR (22 mpg)
Chevrolet Corvette Stingray U6 DSAR (21 mpg)
Chevrolet Corvettes (2019) Z06 D5 DSAR
Dodge Challenger R/T V4 ISAR (21 mpg)
Ford Mustang GT Hardtop V4 PXAR (20 mpg)
Ford Mustang GT Convertible U4 (20 mpg)
Ford "Hertz Shelby GT-H Mustang" D4 SSAR (20 mpg)

Green Traveler Collection
Ford C-Max E6 ICAH ("Hybrid Sedan" group)
Ford Fusion Hybrid E6 ICAH ("Hybrid Sedan" group)
Honda Insight Hybrid E6 ICAH ("Hybrid Sedan group; franchises only)
Hyundai Ioniq E6 ICAH
Hyundai Sonata Hybrid E6 ICAH ("Hybrid Sedan" group)
Toyota Prius E6 ICAH ("Hybrid Sedan" group)
Toyota Prius C E6 ICAH ("Hybrid Sedan" group)
Chevrolet Volt J ICAE, MXAR ("Electric Vehicle" group)
Nissan Leaf J ICAE, MXAR ("Electric Vehicle" group)
Smart Electric Vehicle J ICAE, MXAR ("Electric Vehicle" group)
Ford Transit Connect Electric Vehicle J ICAE, MXAR ("Electric Vehicle" group)

Compact Elite 2/4 Door (X6/DCAR, Prestige)
Audi A3
Jaguar XE
Mercedes-Benz A220
Mercedes-Benz CLA250

Standard Elite 2/4 Door (P4/RCAR, Prestige)
Audi A4
BMW 330i
BMW 430i GranCoupe
Cadillac CTS
Mercedes-Benz C300
Volvo S60
Volvo V60

Fullsize Elite 2/4 Door (K/GCAR, Prestige)
Jaguar XF
Mercedes-Benz E Class
BMW 530
Volvo S90

Luxury Sport (G4/LSAR, Prestige)
Cadillac XTS
Infiniti Q50

Special 2-3 Door (E/XBAR, Prestige)
Infiniti Q60

Compact Elite Crossover (W4/DGAR, Prestige)
BMW X1
Cadillac XT4
Infiniti QX30

Prestige Small/Standard SUV (K4/JGDR, Prestige)
Jaguar F-Pace
Range Rover Velar

Intermediate Elite SUV (H4/JFDR, Prestige)
BMW X3
Cadillac XT4
Infiniti QX50
Mercedes-Benz GLC
Range Rover Evoque
Volvo XC60

Standard Elite Crossover (Z4/RGDR, Prestige
Infiniti QX60
Land Rover Discovery
Lincoln Aviator
Volvo XC90

Standard Elite SUV (T4/RFAR, Prestige)
Cadillac XT5
Land Rover Discovery Sport
Lincoln Nautilus
Mercedes-Benz GLE350

Luxury SUV (S6/LFDR, Prestige)
Mercedes-Benz GL450 S6

Luxury SUV (P6/LFAR, Prestige)
Cadillac Escalade 4WD (ESV models are tagged as YP)
Lincoln Navigator 4WD (L models are tagged as YP)
Infiniti QX80

Intermediate Elite Convertible (G6/JTAR, Prestige)
Mercedes-Benz SLC/SLK

Dream Cars Collection* (Bookable at HertzDreamCars.com)
BMW 740 O4 WCAR
Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG H RSAR, PSAR (27 mpg)
Mercedes-Benz CLA45 AMG H6 RSAR, PSAR (19 mpg)
Mercedes-Benz G550 P PZAR, PVAR (15 mpg)
Nissan GT-R N6 SZAR, LLAR (20 mpg)
Porsche 911 R6 XSAR, CSAR (28 mpg)
Porsche Boxster R4 DTAR, ERAR (32 mpg)
Porsche Cayenne L6 GFDR, XWAR (23 mpg)
Porsche Cayman E4 JEAR, FWAR (32 mpg)
Porsche Macan M4 RFDR (24 mpg)
Porsche Panamera I6 XCAR, XRAR (27 mpg)
Range Rover C6 WFDR, EFAR (20 mpg)
Range Rover Sport X4
Tesla Model S A4

Unknown class but in the fleet
????? ?? FTAR? (Full-Size, Convertible, Automatic, Air, FTAR)

Special
Our Choice/Manager's Special (2/4 Door) A6 EXAR (Model at manager's discretion)
Wildcard Q6 XXAR (Manager selects)

Notes:
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    • If you make any changes to the list, please document them by creating a new post at the end of the thread @:-)
      • Please ensure that category labels (i.e., "this model or similar") are bolded
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          • Place an asterisk (*) next to model-reservable vehicles (or next to the category title if all vehicles are model-reservable)
            • Much credit to lowfareair for compiling the original list, to drzoidberg for his informative ride reports, and to all of you who've posted with information
              • If you rent/find a car (any and all types welcome!) from Hertz and its class code (e.g., YF) or ACRISS code (e.g., FCAR) differ from what's listed above, please post your experiences! The more information, the better.
                • Feel free to PM or email GW McLintock if you want a copy of the most recent list (Excel spreadsheet)!

Happy travels!



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Old May 15, 03, 10:58 am
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Old Feb 20, 18, 3:20 am
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Hi
i have booked a mustang GT in june 2018 (Pxar)
do anybody know if Hertz are having the new 2018 models?
if not, when do the buy new model during the year?

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Old Feb 20, 18, 6:56 am
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MCO Terminal B PC had a bunch of sub 1000 mile brand new Fusion Hybrids. I took one because I missed a Volvo S90 by about 15 seconds.
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I don't normally get excited about minivans, but spotted a brand new Chrysler Pacifica at LEX - fully loaded including the full-length panoramic sunroof. Only 75 miles on it. Apparently a shipment of them landed in Louisville last week. Also spotted a brand new 2018 Lincoln Continental and several small Land Rovers. Glad to see a 2018 Chevy Equinox too - seems like the smaller Chevy SUV's have been gone from the fleet for a while.
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Just saw the Corvette Stingray popup at West Palm Beach. Reserved on for April, anyone rented a vette from PBI yet? I've rented pretty much every dream/adrenaline car they have had and i've never seen the Corvette on the lot.
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Anyone seen the face-lifted 2018 mustang GT yet? Hoping to get one at LAX next week.
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Anyone seen the face-lifted 2018 mustang GT yet? Hoping to get one at LAX next week.
Spotted one this morning. Sharp looking - 5.0 GT hard top, leather seats, Florida plates. Good luck!
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Even though the current Chevy Cruze sedan is now a D - Standard Car, the 2018 Cruze hatchback I rented the other day was classified as a C - Midsize car. I added it to the wiki.
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Old Apr 14, 18, 10:16 am
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Hi all,

I am visiting the following places in June:
1. San Francisco (SFO)
2. San Francisco (325 manson st)
3. Las Vegas (LAX)

I was under the impression that Standard is a class above Compact.
But when i was at Hertz's website, i found out that Standard is actually cheaper than Compact (I applied AAA code)
From what i read above, seems like Standard consist of Chevy Cruze, while Compact consist of Civics and Mazda 3?
If i book a Standard (since its cheaper), do you guys think i can request to get a Civic/Mazda 3 (a downgrade in tt sense?)
hahahaha mazda3/civic seems like nice cars to drive along pacific coast and the grand canyon!
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Hi all,

I am visiting the following places in June:
1. San Francisco (SFO)
2. San Francisco (325 manson st)
3. Las Vegas (LAX)

I was under the impression that Standard is a class above Compact.
But when i was at Hertz's website, i found out that Standard is actually cheaper than Compact (I applied AAA code)
From what i read above, seems like Standard consist of Chevy Cruze, while Compact consist of Civics and Mazda 3?
If i book a Standard (since its cheaper), do you guys think i can request to get a Civic/Mazda 3 (a downgrade in tt sense?)
hahahaha mazda3/civic seems like nice cars to drive along pacific coast and the grand canyon!
IIRC the order is Economy, Compact, Intermediate, Standard, then Full Size, so standard is actually 2 classes above compact. Sometimes youíll find higher or special classes cheaper than the lower ones, depending on availability - when I booked for Las Vegas a couple years ago, a Camaro SS convertible (from the Adrenaline Collection) for a week was cheaper than an intermediate.

Also, the rental size classes don't exactly follow the EPAís classifications - what weíd generally consider compacts (Cruze, Corolla, Mazda 3) are Intermediates, while Hertzís example of a Compact is the Nissan Versa hatchback. You probably wonít get a Civic since Honda doesnít sell to fleets.
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Old Apr 14, 18, 8:13 pm
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I see i see. Guess I will go ahead and book the Standard class since it is cheaper than Intermediate as well.

I also noticed that the Loss Damage Waiver was automatically selected during the booking at hertz website, i was wondering if that means i don't have to get any other insurance since the LDW already protects the car? (Attached a screenshot)
Always thought rental companies will try to upsell insurance.

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Old Apr 15, 18, 6:41 am
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Youíll probably want to have liability insurance as well. You donít have to use the rental companyís - your own auto insurance should suffice if you have that.

As for the LDW, if youíve got a credit card that includes rental car coverage, then you donít need it. (Or is it part of the rate where declining it doesnít make a difference to the price?)
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Old Apr 15, 18, 9:17 pm
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Yea it seems like the LDW is included in the price
cant opt out if i wanted to anyway. Hahaha
just hoping their jettas are reliable!

you mentioned you got a camaro at less than the price of an intermediate? Thats a steal! Was the booking done way ahead or towards the last minute?

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Old Apr 16, 18, 5:26 am
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I booked it well in advance, as usual for me - back in December for a trip in June. I seem to recall it was $328 for the week, so either I got an awesome deal or everything else was just unusually expensive. (Iím not sure what sort of pricing is normal for LAS as Iíve only been there once.) Still, I was quite happy about that.
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Is there any good advice what I should do when I wanna have a Toyota Camry? I'm renting for about 2 months from LAX.
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