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Avis Budget Groups Ultimate Test Drive - Web Exclusive

Offering two hours to three-day test drive options.

Greg Emmerson
Jun 20, 2012
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Avis Budget Group announced their Ultimate Test Drive program where customers can now enjoy another option when in the market for a used car. The company is now offering a selection of their fleet available to purchase at competitive prices. “Car sales' is one of the most often-searched terms at Avis.com and Budget.com”, said Tom Gartland, president, North America, Avis Budget Group.

The program is available in Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida and Nevada. Customers can now search across 75 makes and models ranging from Ford to BMW; Sub-Compacts to Hybrids. Once a model is selected you can then experience the companies Ultimate Test Drive enjoying your potential purchase for a free-of-charge two hours test drive or even a three-day test drive for a nominal rental fee. If you decided to purchase the vehicle after you return from your weekend getaway, your rental fee will be refunded after the sale is completed through AutoNation Direct

For more information on how to obtain your Ultimate Test Drive please visit www.avis.com and www.budget.com

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