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About Enterprise Car Sales
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Enterprise Car Sales sells vehicles that were previously a part of Enterprise Rent-A-Car’s rental fleet. These vehicles often have high mileage but have been serviced and cared for throughout their rental history. The company allows customers to trade in their own vehicles and offers financing through Chase. Its car sales services are available in all but 12 states.
Pros & Cons
- Prices below typical listing cost
- Cars are well-serviced
- Seven-day buyback policy
- Vehicles may have high mileage
- Not available in all states
Enterprise Car Sales is a branch of Enterprise Rent-A-Car. It sells used vehicles that have retired from its fleet of rentals. Most prices are below listing cost. These rentals received regular service and care.
What is Enterprise Car Sales?
Enterprise Car Sales is a branch of Enterprise Rent-A-Car. The company sells certified used cars, most of which were previously rental vehicles. Enterprise vehicles have been regularly maintained and thoroughly inspected. There are over 250 makes and models of cars, trucks, SUVs and more to choose from.
Enterprise also offers the option of trading in. The company provides written offers with competitive trade-in values based on your current vehicle. The offer has no obligation, so you can turn it down if you change your mind.
How does Enterprise Car Sales work?
Customers can start the process of buying a car from Enterprise online. You can peruse vehicles at your leisure by providing your contact information and credit score, plus your vehicle’s value if you’re planning on trading in.
As of March 2021, Enterprise offers socially-distanced test-drive options. This means you need to reserve a vehicle for an in-person test drive and that you likely won’t be accompanied by a team member while you’re on the road.
Enterprise Car Sales fees
There are several fees to be mindful of when buying a used car. The Enterprise website lists some possible fees, including:
- Title and registration
- State inspection
- Documentation or administration
If you’re buying from an Enterprise in a state different from the one you reside in, you'll also be subject to out-of-state fees.
Enterprise has a wide selection of vehicles for sale under $17,500. The company doesn’t offer any senior or military discounts. That said, the majority of Enterprise Car Sales’ prices are below the typical Kelley Blue Book listing prices.
Enterprise Car Sales financing
Enterprise Car Sales offers financing through Chase. The company doesn’t specify a minimum credit score, but it does offer help for those with no credit history. It also has a college graduate program and help for first-time vehicle buyers.
Enterprise Car Sales FAQ
Can you negotiate with Enterprise Car Sales?
Enterprise Car Sales doesn’t allow negotiations on vehicle pricing. The company’s no-haggle pricing makes it easier for customers to compare prices. The majority of Enterprise car prices are below the typical listing price.
Does Enterprise Car Sales take trade-ins?
Enterprise Car Sales does take trade-ins. Customers can submit a car evaluation or trade-in application online. The company will appraise and provide you with a no-obligation offer. From there, you can choose whether to accept.
Can you get a rent-to-own car from Enterprise?
Enterprise does not offer rent-to-own cars. If you’re interested in purchasing a vehicle that you rented from Enterprise, the company can help you find a similar vehicle.
Where does Enterprise sell cars?
Enterprise Car Sales offers used cars in most states, except for:
- North Dakota
- Rhode Island
- South Dakota
To learn about buying an out-of-state car, you have to contact an Enterprise sales consultant.
Can you buy your rental car from Enterprise?
The Enterprise Car Sales website doesn’t specify whether cars currently used for rentals are also available for purchase. If you’re unable to purchase your rental car, Enterprise can help you find a similar make and model. Contact an Enterprise sales consultant for full details.
Is Enterprise a good place to buy a car?
Yes. Fleet vehicles are serviced regularly and receive meticulous maintenance. Enterprise also offers a seven-day buyback period, and it eliminates the stress of negotiating a price for a used car with its no-haggle prices, which are often below Kelley Blue Book listing prices. The website offers a wide selection of vehicles under $17,500. Keep in mind that former rental vehicles likely have high mileage, though.
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Reviewed April 8, 2023
Thankful for Jade from Enterprise Car Sales In Denton TX and her account manager for helping me and my son in buying my first car. Their customers service was the best, they gave me hope through the process of buy. Very grateful that I chose Enterprise Car Sales for my first time buy car..
Reviewed Feb. 18, 2023
After a 5 week terrible, frustrating, and stressful car search it finally ended here. Enterprise Car Sales does not have any gimmicks, no games, no typical car dealer frustration. I had my financing secured so was essentially a cash buyer (dealers don't like this at all.) Sheryl was simply amazing!! She took care of everything from the beginning to the end, had answers for all my questions, was very knowledgeable, and truly cared!! I went in yesterday morning, and took delivery of my car the same day.
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Reviewed Feb. 12, 2023
I would like to thank Mr. Toney ** for going above and beyond for me today, he worked to most of his ability to get me into a car today. I will definitely use this location again in the future if I am ever in search of a new car. He took his time and explained everything to me, once everything was finalized, he made sure the car was washed and clean before I drove off. I have purchased many cars in the past and I must say this was the best experience I have had, and I have purchased cars from Sewell ** and to me they outdid Sewell. That has to say something as far as customer service is concerned. Thank you once again for getting me what I asked for. This is a beautiful well-maintained vehicle.
Reviewed Feb. 9, 2023
I will use Enterprise Used Car Sales for all my vehicle purchases. The people are awesome the vehicles are in great condition & recommend buying a car from enterprise! We purchased a 2018 Ford Escape. The process was smooth & will always buy from enterprise used car sales.
Reviewed Sept. 28, 2023
Sales pitch was warranty covers everything other than wear n tear parts. Deductable would be $100.00 per repair. I needed a slide door actuator, my bill was not $100.00 per warranty agreement but over $1,000.00. Contacted Enterprise and I was ignored by each department from the bottom up. Paid over $2,000.00 for the warranty. Should have saved the money and paid for repairs out of pocket if needed. Total ripoff!
Reviewed June 9, 2023
The national website listed a F150 for sale. The advertised price was noted. We take screenshots of the ad, the VIN, and the price to be clear... We call the Peoria branch. they confirm with the CA branch that the price listed was correct. And indeed that this was the price. We paid the transfer fee. The local dealer called us and said the truck is yours. The receipt for the transfer fee list the truck number and was texted to us. We wait for it to clear inspection and ship.
A few days later we received a text stating that the truck was en route. Was now in AZ from California. Will be here tomorrow morning. We call and confirm that it was this truck, and yes that truck. And We can go in and sign tomorrow. Great. But now there is a problem the dealership wants 10thousand more!! We informed them that this was illegal. The salesman says he will call his manager. The manager called the next day. Side shuffles and points fingers.
The price they posted, the price that they also confirmed was now a "Mistake". Oh and the text we received was also a "mistake" the personal phone call from his salesman tracking the transaction was also a "mistake" but he would definitely try to clear it up with management and districts. The next day we are called. Yep he confirmed it was all just "mistakes" but since we feel so bad we'll try to negotiate a "smaller jump in price". But they definitely will not honor the advertised price that we put $$ on. This is FRAUD.
Reviewed April 14, 2023
This is concerning Enterprise Car Sales Memphis, I do not know about the others in the country. We decided to try purchasing a car online because we'd heard good things about how easy the process is. Whatever you do, do not use Enterprise Car Sales of Memphis. We found a car online, we filled out an application, entered a social security number, authorized a credit report. They RAN A CREDIT REPORT (just like what you do when you apply for any credit through an online application) and we got a result with the name of three banks to use, we selected Capital one, then we were provided terms, including an interest rate, # of months, downpayment information... I mean every last detail.
There was NO warning such as: "by submitting an application and allowing us to run a credit report, you cannot rely on the approval or any of the rates or numbers produced." Because that's what they did. They switched it all up. They just want to get you in and then switch the terms. Now we have to go somewhere else (because we can't do business with people who do business like that) and likely have another credit report run because of this shifty approach to online customers.
When we went to get the car, they changed the interest by DOUBLING it by 100%. They doubled it and relied on fine print to say that we could not have the deal we got when we submitted our application. So we just left rather than trust these people any further with their bait-and-switch operation. Unfortunately, in our efforts to purchase a car, we will have to deal with another hit on our credit report. The guy we spoke to is Jonah ** but I would not trust any one of them. What's odd is that I really like to use enterprise rental cars when we travel. Their "efforts" to sell cars here in Memphis falls far short of the standard that Enterprise Rental Cars provides.
Reviewed Feb. 1, 2023
Pre-approved me then jerked me around once I got there. Their salesmen would go to the manager's office and stand around for 30 minutes to an hour, sometimes more. Their computer systems are from the 90s and are slower than a Pentium processor trying to boot windows 11. Frequent system crashes and long load times.
Complete disregard for making any sale and that's fine they are far from the only dealer in town. I knocked on their door twice after waiting for a salesmen to come back to me and no one wanted to come out so I left. I have other offers for a vehicle that I actually want (they didn't have any trucks) and so as the saying goes, it just wasn't meant to be.
I recommend staying away from this dealership. They seem to be under the impression that they don't need any sales. So don't give them any and see if their attitude remains the same. To top that off the person I was working with ran my credit a second time without permission and put a second hard inquiry on my credit report. The bottom line is they are car salesmen in every sense of the word. Untrustworthy, Shady, and willing to bend ethics to make a buck.
Edit: 1/31/2023: Stay away at all costs, these people are scammers. They upped my down payment from $1000 to $3700. When I paid it they made me come back the next day due to "system errors" after their computers crashed and we had signed 20+ pages out of the 30 they required. When I came back the next day the vehicle was gone and I am being told the bank said they would only approve a smaller vehicle (I was getting a SUV). After already taking my down payment and signing papers? What a bold-faced lie. They sold the vehicle out from under me and are now making excuses to cover their backsides. They claim taking the down payment was to "show initiative" and even though we we're signing paper to close that the bank could have still denied us.
No dealer I've ever dealt with takes your cash and makes you sign closing papers to "show initiative". Seriously stay away from these liars and crooks. After looking around I have found there are far better options available at other dealerships who after talking with them agreed with me and said, "Yeah they sold the vehicle out from under you. It happens all the time.".
Reviewed Jan. 20, 2023
The sales manager lied about the vehicle purchase with ALLY who approved Buyer w/ Guarantor. They changed the application as Buyer/Co-Buyer in which I didn't approve or sign. They will not honor the agreement.
Reviewed Aug. 21, 2022
Chris ** was great, he was very knowledgeable and helpful. I will return the next time I need a car. Thank you Chris for all your help. Love the car. I will gladly send any of my friends or family to Enterprise Car Sales.
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