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Hyundai Elantra GT 2017

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4.86

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Hyundai Elantra GT 2017

Base

4.86

(149 trips)

28 MPG

Gas

4 doors

5 seats

Hosted by

Jerry

4.9

Jerry

All-Star Host

5,008 tripsJoined Dec 2017

Typically responds within 1 minute

All-Star Hosts like Jerry are the top-rated and most experienced hosts on Turo.

Jerry has completed training on enhanced cleaning and disinfection practices.

Description

2017 Elantra GT - Save on gas! Why should you rent from me? ✔️4.9/5 Rating over 500+ trips ⚠️🚭🚭🚭NO SMOKING! 🚭🚭🚭⚠️ We will charge up to $250 to get the smell out the car, this includes marijuana. 🟩🟩BONUS #1 - Best Places to Eat in Las Vegas!🟩🟩 Pizza - Evel Pie 508 E Fremont St, Las Vegas, NV 89101 BBQ - John Mulls Meats and Roadkill Grill 3730 Thom Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89130 Korean BBQ - 888 Korean BBQ 4215 Spring Mountain Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89102 Sushi (AYCE) - Hayashi 3528 S Maryland Pkwy #100, Las Vegas, NV 89169 Brazilian BBQ - Texas de Brazil 6533 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89119 Mexican - Juan’s Flaming Fajitas 16 S Water St, Henderson, NV 89015 Thai - Lotus of Siam 953 E Sahara Ave Ste A5, Las Vegas, NV 89104 Italian - D’Agostino’s Trattoria 4155 S Buffalo Dr #115, Las Vegas, NV 89147 Hamburger - Steak n Shake South Point 9777 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89183 Weird - Black Out 3871 S Valley View Blvd Ste 8, Las Vegas, NV 89103 Funny - Dicks Last Resort 3850 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109 Best groups - Batistas Hole in the Wall 4041 Linq Ln, Las Vegas, NV 89109 Buffet - Bacchanal Buffet 3570 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109 Pizza - Evel Pie 3570 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109 BBQ - Roadkill Grill 3730 Thom Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89130 Korean BBQ - 888 Korean BBQ 4215 Spring Mountain Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89102 Sushi - Hayashi 3528 South Maryland Parkway #100, Las Vegas, NV 89169 Brazilian BBQ - Texas de Brazil 6533 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89119 Mexican - Juan’s Flaming Fajitas 16 S Water St, Henderson, NV 89015 Thai - Lotus of Siam 953 E Sahara Ave Ste A5, Las Vegas, NV 89104 Italian - Esthers Kitchen 1130 S Casino Center Blvd #110, Las Vegas, NV 89104 Hamburger - Steak n Shake South Point 9777 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89183 🟩🟩BONUS #2 - Attractions Near Us🟩🟩 ➡️Lake Mead, NV⬅️ Distance from Las Vegas: 31 miles east; 51-minute drive. It’s is the closest big body of water to Las Vegas, so everyone comes here to ski, swim, and boat. It’s also the only real source of usable water in Southern Nevada and levels are dropping rapidly. Check it out while you still can! Pro tip: A day pass for the Lake Mead Resort & Marina is $10 per vehicle. But if you plan on coming back, the yearly pass is a far better deal at $30. ➡️The Hoover Dam, NV⬅️ 🔵Distance from Las Vegas: 40 miles; 45-minute drive Boulder City, NV is the closest town to the dam and has a small tourism industry based around the engineering masterpiece, the construction of which pretty much set the stage for modern Las Vegas. But you may find it more fun to go four-wheeling or zip-lining at Bootleg Canyon and grabbing a beer at the Boulder Dam Brewing Co. Pro tip: Boulder City is one of the few areas in the entire state where gambling is illegal. So if you need a fix, stop while driving down on US 93 and play a few slot machines at the recently renovated and re-opened Hoover Dam Lodge, previously known as the Hacienda Hotel and Casino. ➡️Eldorado Canyon & Gold Mine, NV⬅️ 🔵Distance from Las Vegas: 46 miles southeast; 50-minute drive This spot is the perfect example of an Old West ghost town in Nevada, with an abandoned general store, gas pumps, and vehicles. It all sits above what was once the biggest, richest, and spookiest gold mine in Nevada. Pro tip: Bring a real camera. Not just your cell phone. Eldorado Canyon is known as one of the best spots you’ll find anywhere for a photography session. Point your camera anywhere and you’ll get a perfect shot. ➡️Valley of Fire State Park, NV⬅️ 🔵Distance from Las Vegas: 50 miles northeast; 56-minute drive The sandstone formations date back to the dinosaurs and appear to actually be on fire when the sun reflects off ‘em just right. Hence the name. It also looks like Mars so much, parts of Total Recall were filmed here back in the late ‘80s. Pro tip: Keep your eyes peeled for petroglyphs, which are drawings on stone walls by ancient civilizations. Think of it as old-school graffiti. ➡️Pahrump, NV⬅️ 🔵Distance from Las Vegas: 65 miles west; 1.25-hour drive For a town of just 37,000 people, there’s a surprising amount of fun stuff going on around here, including the only two wineries in Southern Nevada, a couple of impressive golf courses, and Spring Mountain Motorsports Ranch, where you can learn how to race a Corvette or learn how to fly above the lake in a water-powered jetpack. If you’re in a naughty mood, there is also Sheri’s Ranch, the closest legal brothel to Las Vegas. Heck, even Vince Neil is planning to open a bar here soon, which may or may not be a good thing. Pro tip: Check out the Front Sight Firearms Training Institute, considered by many to be the top weapons training and self-defense school in the world. ➡️Laughlin, NV⬅️ 🔵Distance from Las Vegas: 98 miles southeast; 1.5-hour drive Laughlin is unfairly known as a “mini Las Vegas” and was the basis for a TV show a few years ago called Viva Laughlin that was so bad, it was canceled after just three episodes. While its neon lights are no match for what you’ll find in Vegas, it does have a few things to offer, such as a sweet riverwalk, tons of outdoor activities, and the Laughlin River Run, a massive annual motorcycle event. You’ll be in hog heaven. Pro tip: The Colorado Belle isn’t really a riverboat. It’s just a hotel and casino on the river made to look like one, but skip the tower rooms and get a “boat room” anyway. They are a little nicer and tend to have a better view. ➡️Death Valley, CA⬅️ 🔵Distance from Las Vegas: 142 miles west; 2.5-hour drive Death Valley, with the highest recorded temperature in history at 134 degrees, is the lowest, driest, and hottest place in North America. But it’s also fun! Tours will take you out to the 282ft-below-sea-level Badwater Basin, abandoned gold mines, ghost towns, and the “Devil’s Golf Course” with jagged salt formations left behind from a lake that evaporated thousands of years ago. Pro tip: There’s also Scotty’s Castle, a historic villa dating back to the 1920s. But keep in mind, it’s even farther away, hard to reach, and could add hours to your trip. ➡️Zion National Park, UT⬅️ 🔵Distance from Las Vegas: 161 miles northeast; 2.5-hour drive Hit the road and travel through Nevada, Arizona, and finally Utah before the desert suddenly gets a lot more green. You’ll find yourself walking among trees, waterfalls, rocks, and up to 19 different species of bats. Pro tip: Not all hiking trails are created equal. The infamous Angels Landing is a 2.5-mile hike with steep and narrow pathways. It even comes with a warning sign with the number of people who have died on the trail. ➡️Grand Canyon, AZ⬅️ 🔵Distance from Las Vegas: 270 miles; 4.15-hour drive You know the deal. It’s the biggest hole in the ground in the United States. There are more than a few tours that originate from Las Vegas, including some by helicopter. Pro tip: The South Rim is the nicest part. It’s cleaner, has the best views, and is run by the National Park Service. The Hualapai Tribe runs the West Rim and operates the famous skywalk. Stay away from the remote North Rim. ➡️Los Angeles, CA⬅️ 🔵Distance from Las Vegas: 285 miles southwest; 4.5-hour drive When someone says “road trip” and “Las Vegas”... nine times out of 10, they are talking about Southern California. So hop in your car and start driving southwest on Interstate 15. You’ll hit Baker (stop for gas), then Barstow (stop for Starbucks), then San Bernardino (keep going) before finally, Los Angeles. But what makes the trip worth the drive is going all the way to Santa Monica so you can finally see the coast. Pro tip: While on the way, stop at the border at Primm, where there is a convenience store built just steps over the state line st

Features

Automatic transmission

Bluetooth

Long-term car

USB input

Extras (2)

Add optional Extras to your trip at checkout.

One-way trip

Drop the car off in Los Angeles Turo Valet Lot

US$450/trip

Unlimited mileage

US$75/day

Parking details

We are the Queen Motorcars building, there’s a giant Turo pickup sign next to the lot. Our hours of operation are from 9am-7pm. The gate will be locked up outside of those hours.

Guidelines

Please leave the car clean NO PETS but in the case of excess trash/dirt a fee will be assessed (up to $250) No smoking in the car (tobacco or marijuana) if smoke is detected cleaning fee will be assessed ($250). We expect you to bring the car back in similar condition when you received it. Normal use is expected. If there is sand, mud, or spills we will charge a cleaning fee. Please remember any type of marijuana smell will incur the fee. If you are smoking marijuana please make sure your clothing is not transferring any smell. Again ANY marijuana smell will require a full sanitizing of the vehicle. Thank you for your consideration.

Faqs

  • Can I pick the car up early?

    Please contact us after booking if you need the car sooner. Adjust the pick up time to suit your needs.

  • Can you deliver for free?

    Sorry but in order to keep the cost of your rental low we charge a delivery fee.

  • Do I need to wash the car?

    As per Turo guidelines, you must return the car in similar or better shape. That being said many people have had an issue with having to pay a wash fee. That being said, if you want to ensure a clean car please select the post trip cleaning option. Use this guideline: return the car in a condition that you would be happy receiving the car in. Thank you for your understanding. We know traditional rental places don't require you to wash the car but there's a reason why we offer better cars at cheaper rates.

Ratings and reviews

4.86

(116 ratings)

Reviews

Melinda R.

Melinda8 Mar 2022

It's always a pleasure renting from Jerry. I have rented cars from him several times and pick up/drop off is so easy and convenient for me. Thanks Jerry fie allowing me use of your vehicle

Rose F.

Rose16 Feb 2022

Car great on gas. Brakes squeaking on breaking. Jerry Assured me that they were just repaired. Great trip other than that.

Markresha J.

Markresha4 Dec 2021

Great car easy everything I love it

Brian B.

Brian28 Sep 2021

Smoothest easiest pick up an drop off thank you

Turo

Turo15 Sep 2021

The host cancelled this trip 1 hour before it started. This message was automatically posted by Turo.

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1 of 15

Hyundai Elantra GT 2017

Base

4.86

(149 trips)

28 MPG

Gas

4 doors

5 seats

Hosted by

Jerry

4.9

Jerry

All-Star Host

5,008 tripsJoined Dec 2017

Typically responds within 1 minute

All-Star Hosts like Jerry are the top-rated and most experienced hosts on Turo.

Jerry has completed training on enhanced cleaning and disinfection practices.

Description

2017 Elantra GT - Save on gas! Why should you rent from me? ✔️4.9/5 Rating over 500+ trips ⚠️🚭🚭🚭NO SMOKING! 🚭🚭🚭⚠️ We will charge up to $250 to get the smell out the car, this includes marijuana. 🟩🟩BONUS #1 - Best Places to Eat in Las Vegas!🟩🟩 Pizza - Evel Pie 508 E Fremont St, Las Vegas, NV 89101 BBQ - John Mulls Meats and Roadkill Grill 3730 Thom Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89130 Korean BBQ - 888 Korean BBQ 4215 Spring Mountain Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89102 Sushi (AYCE) - Hayashi 3528 S Maryland Pkwy #100, Las Vegas, NV 89169 Brazilian BBQ - Texas de Brazil 6533 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89119 Mexican - Juan’s Flaming Fajitas 16 S Water St, Henderson, NV 89015 Thai - Lotus of Siam 953 E Sahara Ave Ste A5, Las Vegas, NV 89104 Italian - D’Agostino’s Trattoria 4155 S Buffalo Dr #115, Las Vegas, NV 89147 Hamburger - Steak n Shake South Point 9777 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89183 Weird - Black Out 3871 S Valley View Blvd Ste 8, Las Vegas, NV 89103 Funny - Dicks Last Resort 3850 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109 Best groups - Batistas Hole in the Wall 4041 Linq Ln, Las Vegas, NV 89109 Buffet - Bacchanal Buffet 3570 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109 Pizza - Evel Pie 3570 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109 BBQ - Roadkill Grill 3730 Thom Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89130 Korean BBQ - 888 Korean BBQ 4215 Spring Mountain Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89102 Sushi - Hayashi 3528 South Maryland Parkway #100, Las Vegas, NV 89169 Brazilian BBQ - Texas de Brazil 6533 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89119 Mexican - Juan’s Flaming Fajitas 16 S Water St, Henderson, NV 89015 Thai - Lotus of Siam 953 E Sahara Ave Ste A5, Las Vegas, NV 89104 Italian - Esthers Kitchen 1130 S Casino Center Blvd #110, Las Vegas, NV 89104 Hamburger - Steak n Shake South Point 9777 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89183 🟩🟩BONUS #2 - Attractions Near Us🟩🟩 ➡️Lake Mead, NV⬅️ Distance from Las Vegas: 31 miles east; 51-minute drive. It’s is the closest big body of water to Las Vegas, so everyone comes here to ski, swim, and boat. It’s also the only real source of usable water in Southern Nevada and levels are dropping rapidly. Check it out while you still can! Pro tip: A day pass for the Lake Mead Resort & Marina is $10 per vehicle. But if you plan on coming back, the yearly pass is a far better deal at $30. ➡️The Hoover Dam, NV⬅️ 🔵Distance from Las Vegas: 40 miles; 45-minute drive Boulder City, NV is the closest town to the dam and has a small tourism industry based around the engineering masterpiece, the construction of which pretty much set the stage for modern Las Vegas. But you may find it more fun to go four-wheeling or zip-lining at Bootleg Canyon and grabbing a beer at the Boulder Dam Brewing Co. Pro tip: Boulder City is one of the few areas in the entire state where gambling is illegal. So if you need a fix, stop while driving down on US 93 and play a few slot machines at the recently renovated and re-opened Hoover Dam Lodge, previously known as the Hacienda Hotel and Casino. ➡️Eldorado Canyon & Gold Mine, NV⬅️ 🔵Distance from Las Vegas: 46 miles southeast; 50-minute drive This spot is the perfect example of an Old West ghost town in Nevada, with an abandoned general store, gas pumps, and vehicles. It all sits above what was once the biggest, richest, and spookiest gold mine in Nevada. Pro tip: Bring a real camera. Not just your cell phone. Eldorado Canyon is known as one of the best spots you’ll find anywhere for a photography session. Point your camera anywhere and you’ll get a perfect shot. ➡️Valley of Fire State Park, NV⬅️ 🔵Distance from Las Vegas: 50 miles northeast; 56-minute drive The sandstone formations date back to the dinosaurs and appear to actually be on fire when the sun reflects off ‘em just right. Hence the name. It also looks like Mars so much, parts of Total Recall were filmed here back in the late ‘80s. Pro tip: Keep your eyes peeled for petroglyphs, which are drawings on stone walls by ancient civilizations. Think of it as old-school graffiti. ➡️Pahrump, NV⬅️ 🔵Distance from Las Vegas: 65 miles west; 1.25-hour drive For a town of just 37,000 people, there’s a surprising amount of fun stuff going on around here, including the only two wineries in Southern Nevada, a couple of impressive golf courses, and Spring Mountain Motorsports Ranch, where you can learn how to race a Corvette or learn how to fly above the lake in a water-powered jetpack. If you’re in a naughty mood, there is also Sheri’s Ranch, the closest legal brothel to Las Vegas. Heck, even Vince Neil is planning to open a bar here soon, which may or may not be a good thing. Pro tip: Check out the Front Sight Firearms Training Institute, considered by many to be the top weapons training and self-defense school in the world. ➡️Laughlin, NV⬅️ 🔵Distance from Las Vegas: 98 miles southeast; 1.5-hour drive Laughlin is unfairly known as a “mini Las Vegas” and was the basis for a TV show a few years ago called Viva Laughlin that was so bad, it was canceled after just three episodes. While its neon lights are no match for what you’ll find in Vegas, it does have a few things to offer, such as a sweet riverwalk, tons of outdoor activities, and the Laughlin River Run, a massive annual motorcycle event. You’ll be in hog heaven. Pro tip: The Colorado Belle isn’t really a riverboat. It’s just a hotel and casino on the river made to look like one, but skip the tower rooms and get a “boat room” anyway. They are a little nicer and tend to have a better view. ➡️Death Valley, CA⬅️ 🔵Distance from Las Vegas: 142 miles west; 2.5-hour drive Death Valley, with the highest recorded temperature in history at 134 degrees, is the lowest, driest, and hottest place in North America. But it’s also fun! Tours will take you out to the 282ft-below-sea-level Badwater Basin, abandoned gold mines, ghost towns, and the “Devil’s Golf Course” with jagged salt formations left behind from a lake that evaporated thousands of years ago. Pro tip: There’s also Scotty’s Castle, a historic villa dating back to the 1920s. But keep in mind, it’s even farther away, hard to reach, and could add hours to your trip. ➡️Zion National Park, UT⬅️ 🔵Distance from Las Vegas: 161 miles northeast; 2.5-hour drive Hit the road and travel through Nevada, Arizona, and finally Utah before the desert suddenly gets a lot more green. You’ll find yourself walking among trees, waterfalls, rocks, and up to 19 different species of bats. Pro tip: Not all hiking trails are created equal. The infamous Angels Landing is a 2.5-mile hike with steep and narrow pathways. It even comes with a warning sign with the number of people who have died on the trail. ➡️Grand Canyon, AZ⬅️ 🔵Distance from Las Vegas: 270 miles; 4.15-hour drive You know the deal. It’s the biggest hole in the ground in the United States. There are more than a few tours that originate from Las Vegas, including some by helicopter. Pro tip: The South Rim is the nicest part. It’s cleaner, has the best views, and is run by the National Park Service. The Hualapai Tribe runs the West Rim and operates the famous skywalk. Stay away from the remote North Rim. ➡️Los Angeles, CA⬅️ 🔵Distance from Las Vegas: 285 miles southwest; 4.5-hour drive When someone says “road trip” and “Las Vegas”... nine times out of 10, they are talking about Southern California. So hop in your car and start driving southwest on Interstate 15. You’ll hit Baker (stop for gas), then Barstow (stop for Starbucks), then San Bernardino (keep going) before finally, Los Angeles. But what makes the trip worth the drive is going all the way to Santa Monica so you can finally see the coast. Pro tip: While on the way, stop at the border at Primm, where there is a convenience store built just steps over the state line st

Features

Automatic transmission

Bluetooth

Long-term car

USB input

Extras

Add optional Extras to your trip at checkout.

One-way trip

Drop the car off in Los Angeles Turo Valet Lot

US$450/trip

Unlimited mileage

US$75/day

Parking details

We are the Queen Motorcars building, there’s a giant Turo pickup sign next to the lot. Our hours of operation are from 9am-7pm. The gate will be locked up outside of those hours.

Guidelines

Please leave the car clean NO PETS but in the case of excess trash/dirt a fee will be assessed (up to $250) No smoking in the car (tobacco or marijuana) if smoke is detected cleaning fee will be assessed ($250). We expect you to bring the car back in similar condition when you received it. Normal use is expected. If there is sand, mud, or spills we will charge a cleaning fee. Please remember any type of marijuana smell will incur the fee. If you are smoking marijuana please make sure your clothing is not transferring any smell. Again ANY marijuana smell will require a full sanitizing of the vehicle. Thank you for your consideration.

Faqs

  • Can I pick the car up early?

    Please contact us after booking if you need the car sooner. Adjust the pick up time to suit your needs.

  • Can you deliver for free?

    Sorry but in order to keep the cost of your rental low we charge a delivery fee.

  • Do I need to wash the car?

    As per Turo guidelines, you must return the car in similar or better shape. That being said many people have had an issue with having to pay a wash fee. That being said, if you want to ensure a clean car please select the post trip cleaning option. Use this guideline: return the car in a condition that you would be happy receiving the car in. Thank you for your understanding. We know traditional rental places don't require you to wash the car but there's a reason why we offer better cars at cheaper rates.

Ratings and reviews

4.86

(116 ratings)

Reviews

Melinda R.

Melinda8 Mar 2022

It's always a pleasure renting from Jerry. I have rented cars from him several times and pick up/drop off is so easy and convenient for me. Thanks Jerry fie allowing me use of your vehicle

Rose F.

Rose16 Feb 2022

Car great on gas. Brakes squeaking on breaking. Jerry Assured me that they were just repaired. Great trip other than that.

Markresha J.

Markresha4 Dec 2021

Great car easy everything I love it

Brian B.

Brian28 Sep 2021

Smoothest easiest pick up an drop off thank you

Turo

Turo15 Sep 2021

The host cancelled this trip 1 hour before it started. This message was automatically posted by Turo.


Pickup & return location
Enter a delivery address

Distance included

Day

200 mi

Week

1400 mi

Month

6000 mi

Insurance & Protection

Insurance via Travelers

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