Includes a leather interior, a sun roof, 6 disc mp3 cd changer (but really, who has CDs anymore?) with bose audio including an aux in port (with cable) and has built in bluetooth for cellphone connections (note: it doesn't support A2DP so this is for calls only - the aux in cable is great for music). It also comes with a microusb charging cable & a fast charge USB C cable. If you're an iPhone user there's two usb slots to plug your charger into. It's a nice mix of sport and luxury. The back seat isn't huge, but it's bigger than many other coupes - just don't jam your tall friends back there. Also, the trunk is a bit on the small side - so it'll be best for only a few pieces of medium sized luggage.
Oh, and it's been getting on average 28 MPG (mostly in rush hour traffic). It's not at prius levels, but you won't have to empty out your wallet to fill the tank either. And with a 20 Gal tank (!!) you'll likely not need to fill it up your entire trip.
With all of that said, the car is well loved [read: older :-)] and definitely has it's share of quirks. There's a few small scratches on either bumper, a dog chewed on my e-brake and there's some small cracks in the windshield from rocks kicked up by trucks and I do let my dog in the back seat. That said, I keep the car clean and provided there's enough notice it'll be detailed before you get it. It's an older car, but with the keyless entry and bluetooth it feels much younger than it's peers.
There's plenty of street parking in front of our house and on our street.
For shorter rentals I ask that you meet me at my home to pickup/dropoff the car. For longer rentals I'll either ask for a ride home or for you to get me an Uber/Lyft back to my house in Clairemont - about $20-25 each way.
I've got a dog already, so dogs are fine in the car, but please return the car clean, especially if you take them to a dog beach. No cats - I'm allergic. No smoking in the car. And absolutely no using it as a getaway car in a brazen daylight robbery!
Do I need to bring the car back with a full tank?
I'd prefer the car was returned with a full tank, but I'm flexible on this. If you're in a pinch we can work something out.
I've never driven stick before, can I learn on your car? Or use it to teach a friend to drive stick?
Experienced manual drivers only. If you're at all nervous about driving with me in the car, you should probably find an automatic instead.
Then, you should learn how to drive stick, because it's more fun!
Any chance there are re-usable grocery bags I can use to avoid paying 10 cents per bag at the grocery store?
Glad you asked! There are already 2 or 3 in the trunk, but if you need more don't hesitate to ask.