Recent Enterprise/Alamo Luxury Experiences?

Old May 14, 19, 4:52 pm
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Recent Enterprise/Alamo Luxury Info?

I am looking at reserving a Luxury and can't find a current list of what Enterprise Holdings considers luxury. Specifically wondering if they consider the Chrysler 300 in this class, as it is very common in Hertz's fleet (which, while it is a nice car, I don't want it if I'm paying LCAR prices)

Any input appreciated on what is common in the Enterprise/Alamo Luxury fleet as I pay little attention to it. I would like to snag a Cadillac (no preference on model) for a long road trip. Thanks!

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Old May 15, 19, 2:45 am
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Depends where you're renting - airport or local branch. I think the 300 would be pretty likely. Maybe a Cadillac XTS. Don't let them try to pass a Toyota Avalon off on you.
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Old May 18, 19, 11:03 am
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Lux should get you into a Caddy CTS or XTS. 300/Avalon is PCAR (premium). You might get a Q50 since those seem more common now than Caddies.
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Old May 19, 19, 9:52 am
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Originally Posted by m907 View Post
Depends where you're renting - airport or local branch. I think the 300 would be pretty likely. Maybe a Cadillac XTS. Don't let them try to pass a Toyota Avalon off on you.
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Lux should get you into a Caddy CTS or XTS. 300/Avalon is PCAR (premium). You might get a Q50 since those seem more common now than Caddies.
Thanks, those Caddies or the Q50 would be fine with me. I normally choose from the National ES (or Avis), but Alamo is much more cost effective for this trip. They seem to be fine from airports, last time I reserved full size for a good price and received a Fusion Hybrid (not sure on trim, but it had ~1k miles)
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Old May 23, 19, 7:06 am
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Originally Posted by m907 View Post
Depends where you're renting - airport or local branch. I think the 300 would be pretty likely. Maybe a Cadillac XTS. Don't let them try to pass a Toyota Avalon off on you.
Toyota Avalon (higher trims) > Chrysler 300 (any trim)
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Old May 24, 19, 6:31 am
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Originally Posted by Last Row Middle Seat View Post
Toyota Avalon (higher trims) > Chrysler 300 (any trim)
Disagree. The new Avalon is possibly the ugliest car on the road and infotainment stinks.
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