I found myself on Turo after recently benefiting from the service on a trip to Austin and, by some act of divine intervention, winning a raffle prize at a work holiday party for a brand new car . Go figure, right?
In the meantime while using the new car, the goal is to keep the Xterra and rent it out - I bought it at the end of the summer in 2014 and it's been a joy to own. With the ability to power through inclement weather, effectively bring home items from Lowes or Target with passengers, move my girlfriend in, lug our two dogs or kayaks around, the Xterra is the most practical car you can drum up.
It would be ideal of visitors to the city with lots of luggage in need of a spacious ride to and from attractions, anyone looking for a cost effective way to move items from one apartment to another, or car-less city dwellers looking to take Fido to nearby Wissahickon or Ridley park for some hiking.
The car is not all-wheel drive, rather it is rear wheel with the option for 4-wheel drive in snowy or slippery conditions.