This is a 4 wheel drive. It's in good condition inside & out, and everything works too! It has a fairly new tires, timing belt & spark plugs. It seats 8 so it's a great road trip vehicle for families or other groups. If you need to haul a lot of cargo, the rear seats all fold up so you can create more space for that too.
As far as safety & convenience, it has front airbags, antilock brakes, and front/rear heat & air conditioning and running boards. It also has a roof rack, but doesn't have attachments for skis, bicycles, kayaks, etc so you'd have to supply those. It also has power seats up front (driver & passenger). I've also added convex mirrors to help reduce blind spots.
Unfortunately, RelayRides (now Turo) doesn't allow towing. There's a receiver hitch only installed on the vehicle. RelayRides allows cargo boxes or bike/ski racks to be connected. In short, "carrying" is allowed, towing is not. You'd have to supply these items, as well as the ball to connect them to. Also, the RelayRides insurance policy doesn't cover anything connected to the hitch or roof rack.
PLEASE NOTE: Mileage limit is 200 miles/day, 1000 miles/week & 3375 miles/month. RelayRides will charge $0.75/mile for any overage, plus a $10 administrative fee.
I always answer messages & reservation requests within 24 hours, worse scenario. I'm usually much quicker than that though. Feel free to contact me with any questions you have.
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***AIRPORT RENTALS:*** I'm willing to pick up/drop off at Portland or Salem airports if it works with my schedule. Please check with me first.
RelayRides recently gave owners the option of charging a fee for airport delivery.
I've previously done this for free, but have decided to begin charging extra for the following reasons:
1-Time & distance. The airport is 25 miles away from my house, one way. That's at least a 45 minute drive, one way, and longer if traffic is bad. Driving time can double, or nearly triple during commute traffic, or holidays.
2-Mass transit. That's usually how I get home once I've given you the car, or back to the airport if you're returning it there. It usually takes me about 2 hours, one way.
As you can see, airport pickup & drop off accumulates to about 90 minutes of driving & 4 hours on mass transit for me. So the fee is for the time, plus I like to top off the tank near the airport before I turn the car over to you.