Nissan Maxima Rental in Vancouver, WA | Turo
Tim’s
Nissan Maxima2001
33 trips
$ 58
per day
The car
Tim’s
Nissan Maxima
2001
33 trips
Description
Sun roof, leather seats, premium factory stereo, heat and air conditioning, cruise control, automatic transmission, tinted windows, roomy front and back seats, full-size trunk, and a strong 6-cylinder engine to get you up Mt. Hood or Mt. St. Helens with ease. Smooth ride! The Maxima was Nissan's top-of-the-line 4-door car in 2001, and this GLE edition was the "luxury" variant.

Play CDs, or plug in your iPod or other MP3 player via my cassette deck adapter. You also get to use my portable GPS unit (which has a Go Home button to make it easy to return the car).

Parked close to two bus stops (C-Tran route 3 on Kauffman Avenue, and route 25 on Mill Plain Road at Lincoln Avenue), and also within a 20 minute walk of downtown Vancouver or the Vancouver Amtrak station. My house is very convenient to I-5 for driving just over the bridge into Portland or north toward Seattle, and also to Highway 14 for driving eastward into the beautiful Columbia Gorge.

ABSOLUTELY NO SMOKING PLEASE. I'm allergic to tobacco smoke, and you'll ruin my car for me if you smoke in it, even with the windows open. (Smoking in any rented car is against the Turo rental policy.)

QUIRKS: When it's not rented out, this car is my daily driver, and I maintain it well. But after 15 years it does have a few quirks and battle scars: The driver's seat leather is ripped. The floor mats are stained. The paint has scratches. The "Service Engine Soon" goes on and off sometimes, due to a minor sensor issue that won't affect your driving or fuel efficiency. The front passenger seat is stuck all the way back, so any person sitting behind it in the back seat has minimal leg room. Nevertheless, the car is a pleasure to drive, and no renter has ever had a problem with it. (Did I mention that it's my daily driver?)

DELIVERY & PICKUP: I can save you time and hassle by delivering and picking up the car (my delivery fee includes both). But if you want to save money, it will probably be cheaper to take taxi or Uber or Lyft rides to/from my house instead. My house in Vancouver Washington is just over the state line from Portland, about the same distance from the airport as downtown Portland is.

FREE DELIVERY NEARBY: If you're renting the car for at least 2 days and you're within a mile or so of my house in the Hough neighborhood of Vancouver Washington, I may be able to deliver and pick up for free. (I may ask you to give me a ride to/from my house though.) This includes all of uptown and downtown, the Convention Center, Hilton, Comfort Inn, Starbucks, Esther Short Park, public library, Amtrak station, many restaurants, etc. Also included: anywhere on C-Tran bus route 3 during times when the buses are running (see link below), such as the Fred Meyer grocery store, VA and PeaceHealth hospitals, Clark College, McDonald's, and riverfront restaurants. Just submit your rental request without checking the Delivery box, and I'll reply ASAP to make arrangements.
C-Tran bus route 3: http://www.c-tran.com/3-city-center

Thank you for your interest! I look forward to meeting you.

Tim
Features
  • Automatic transmission
  • GPS
  • Audio input
  • Long-term car
Reviews
Car location
Vancouver, WA 98660
Free
Airports
Portland International Airport
$120
Delivery
Up to 20 miles
$100