This statio wagon has freezing AC, a new radio with aux input, plenty of storage, and has it's dents and dings so don't worry, you won't be penalized for any minor damage. Also, this car has great visibility, excellent fuel economy, and is possibly the least expensive on relay rides.
NOTE: Due to its low horsepower 4 cylinder economy engine, this car has been found to not handle the steep inclines of the front range rockies well and while it can make it to the slopes, at a 12% grade (a few miles of the trek to Keystone/Breck/Vail) is limited to a top speed of 45 mph. On flat ground it is perfectly reliable and can achieve 97 mph so it is recommended as a city vehicle and should only be used in the mountains if you are willing to take it quite slow.
If flying into DIA it will be in the park Dia lot and there is a fee $5-30 for the $6/day parking since last rental. Anything over $30 I automatically pay and for lengthy trips, I will reimburse parking. This cost makes it possible for you to simply leave it at the airport for a departing flight at any time of day or night saving you on airfare as well.
This car is super cute and blue and I liked it a lot. You kind of have to get to know it like it might overheat but there's really no problem because as long as there's coolant in the car then you won't have any problems. You have to understand that because this is the cheapest car on Turo... you pay for what you get and what you get is a good price and a fine working car. And you can't be snobby about it. Or the type of person that freaks out. I suggest mostly men who are good with their hands and calm rent this car or really down to earth chicks that like the color blue!!! I rented this car for almost a month and a half and after the first day that I got used to it I loved it and it's very spacious room he clean and cute!!! The owner of the car is also very cool and nice!! Five stars guys! Two thumbs up!!