My car runs on gas or electricity, So if you are toying with the idea of buying an electric car or plug-in hybrid, take my car for a spin and see what all the hype is about. Best of all, the first 40 miles of driving this car are free, as I will deliver it fully charged, plus my daytime electricity is all solar, so eco bonus! I also include a Blink card that will allow you to charge at public stations around the valley, but be aware it costs $3.30/hr, which will be added to the rental. Download the Plugshare app before you pick up and you will be able to find all the charging stations in the area, and know that some are free. I will also include the charging cable if you are staying at someone's house and want to charge it at night.
Car seats 4, not 5, so keep that in mind. If you use gas, it has to be premium. The car can be delivered to the airport with at least a day's notice and I'll answer all your electric car questions (I have two). Car can also be picked up in the downtown area at Lux coffee, just off the light rail.
Car must be kept within 50 miles of the Phoenix metro area, as Turo currently has no good mechanism for getting the car back to me should something go wrong, and it's not really the car you want to visit the Grand Canyon, anyway. Trips to Tucson are okay, but no further.
EV / Hybrid
2013 Chevrolet VoltJames's Chevy Volt1551
James was very easy to work with, he communicated quickly via text. He got back to us within an hour after our online request of the car. We were able to pick up/drop off at Sky-Harbor airport. The car feels brand new. It has a lot of pick up and is really fun to drive. I have driven a Prius before and the Volt is much more fun to drive. We had the car for a few days, used up the 40 mi charge and still only went through half a tank of gas (4 gallons = $15 to fill). It was economical as well as fun. Great way to check out an electric hybrid with little commitment.