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.
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- 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?
Does Enterprise Car Sales take trade-ins?
Can you get a rent-to-own car from Enterprise?
Where does Enterprise sell cars?
- 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?
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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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.
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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Enterprise is greedy and lacks appreciation for customers. This aura has become progressively worse over time. I was a fleet management customer for over 24 years, and during that time had leased out over 25 vehicles. My last vehicle was recently returned as they wanted Kelly Bluebook value of 29k after I had paid them 22k over the past four years. Most of my previous leases has a buyout clause in them. This one oddly did not. The MSRP at the time was 31k. They were unwilling to offer a discount. I returned the car with 16% less miles than the lease had allowed and it was in pristine condition. I have the videotape to prove it. Now they send me a bill for $748 with no explanation other than lease settlement. Ironically the bill was originated in July 6th, received in July 16th, and due without penalty on July 20th.
I reached out to my fleet rep, and he has not responded in 2 weeks. An email from the fleet department states that they sold the car under Kelly BlueBook and that I owed the difference. They would not say how much they sold the car for but clearly between my payments and the cars resale, they made over 50k. This for a car whose MSRP is 31k in 2022. Greed.
A supervisor did call back 8 days ago and said that the bill was for paperwork and cleaning the car. When pressed for what paperwork could cost $748, he said “paperwork”. He too said he would call back and never did. The bottom line is that Enterprise is greedy. They have zero appreciation for customer loyalty. They do not seek compromise. They can not defend the timelines of their billings or their bills at all. The organization doesn’t return calls. Their resolution to customer questions is avoidance. I would never do business with them again.
After researching the used car model that interested me, I found a few websites offering some. Enterprise had the best price, and a local dealership to receive the vehicle and process the sale. While I had a pre-approval from my bank in hand, their financing options were quite competitive and I went with their best offer. I am happy with my purchase!
They have cars in a range of prices, a good amount of inventory and their cars have low mileage. Website is very easy to navigate. I know people who purchased cars from their collection and they have given me positive feedback and seem to be happy with their decisions.
Their prices are not that good and having a vehicle driven by hundreds of different people I don’t like the idea of how they treat rental cars. I’ve seen how people treat them. Myself included. That the bottom line on why I would never buy a rental car.
The experience of buying a used vehicle with Enterprise was invasive, uncomfortable and unprofessional. The price was decent and the vehicle was in good shape, so they marketed it appropriately, but the service and process was nothing to be desired.
I don't think Enterprise is a good place to recommend for first time car buyers or low credits scores!!!! Waste of your time, and also waste of credit inquiries. I would not recommend this company to family or friends.
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