vehicle
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jamark’sHyundai Genesis G702019
8 trips
$
105

per day

$
105
per day
08/24/2019
10:00 AM
08/30/2019
10:00 AM
Pickup & return location
Atlanta, GA 30307
You won’t be charged yet
Distance included
Day
200 mi
Week
1000 mi
Month
1500 mi
Insurance Provided Via

The car

Hyundai Genesis G7... 2019

8 trips
Gas (Premium)
4 doors
5 seats

Hosted by

4.9
jamark All-Star Host
754 tripsJoined Mar 2015
Typically responds within 1 minute
All-Star Hosts like jamark are the top-rated, most experienced hosts on Turo.

Description

Omg the most amazing car in our fleet. Fully loaded , very fast Genesis g70. Quilted leather, driver assist, sunroof and many more options. This car is motor trend car of the year..enough said

Business class

This host caters to business travelers.

Features

Must be 21+ to book
Automatic transmission
GPS
Audio input
All-wheel drive
Long-term car
Bluetooth
USB input
Heated seats
Sunroof

Extras

Add optional Extras to your trip at checkout.
Post-trip cleaning
Return the car hassle free, without worrying about cleaning up after your trip. Does not cover upholstery cleaning, spills, stains, pet hair, or smoke removal.
$10/trip
Unlimited mileage
Limited to only surrounding states
$100/trip

Guidelines

Absolutely no smoking or masking $250 dollar smokers fee

Reviews

7 ratings

Always a pleasure

Tamika A.-Aug 15, 2019

Jamark and crew were great. Really made my trip tun pretty smooth even though I got lost at the airport. The G70 was in great condition and really made the car a front runner for my next sporty luxury car purchase. I highly recommend if you come to atl this is the guy to rent from!

Isaiah J.-Jul 7, 2019

Over a year and a half of using Turo as a renter (and committed evangelist) I've never had an experience that I've felt obligated to rate less than 5 stars. I'm disappointed to have to break that record today. At the bare minimum however, it should be noted that Jamark's vehicle was delivered to me on the date promised, he approved an extension to my rental halfway through my trip and facilitated an earlier dropoff than planned so that I could catch my flight. That said, from booking to drop-off, Jamark's customer service deviated enough from every other owner on Turo I've worked with that I can't in good conscience give him the same praise I've given other's who have put forth much more effort to provide a great renting experience. To me, Turo is responsible for ensuring the vehicle you rent is a safe, running, as-advertised car. That much should be a given. The majority of all the experience ratings I've left in the past then have been about just that... my experience. Outside of the vehicle rented, the only thing that can effect your experience is the renter and their courtesy, etiquette and overall treatment of you as a customer. Prior to the night before ending my trip, judging by experience alone, I would have absolutely left a 4-5 star review. But being told I should "watch how I speak to people," by Jamark over a conversation about lack of communication pretty much ensured our transaction wasn't going to end how I had hoped. I'd caution future renters to temper their expectations if they rent from Jamark because I certainly had to temper mine. For those interested in the nitty-gritty however, these are the details... - I booked Jamark's G70 a month prior to my trip. The first time I heard from him was when I got off my flight in ATL and that was only to be told that his emissary would be dropping off the car and that she would be coordinating with me for pickup at the airport. While she did reach out via text and phone call, we would spend more than 40 minutes attempting to find each other because she could not provide a clear description of where we were supposed to meet. At the time I chalked it up to inexperience and tried to be as accommodating as I could. My patience wained after the 4th phone call where she informed me she wasn't "tech savvy enough" to send me a pin of her location via Google or Apple maps. I thought it was ironic that someone who was renting vehicles via an app would work with a person who would describe themselves that way, but I was so happy to be in the Genesis when we finally did meet that I chalked it up to a fluke... that is, until I saw the condition of the interior. - while the G70 was an amazing car (our family is fans of and owns several Genesis vehicles) and a blast to drive while I was visiting ALT, for having just 8k miles on the clock, it was in pretty poor condition upon pickup. The interior had an overpowering smell that I later discovered was caused by 3 different airfresheners that had been tossed in the glovebox. There was gunk on the center console cubby lid, the cupholders and door pulls looked as though they had never been cleaned and the steering wheel, shift handle and other touch surfaces were so shiny and tacky to the touch that I wouldn't be surprised if they hadn't been cleaned since the day Jamark purchased this vehicle. But again, rather than level judgement against Jamark, I choose to chalk it up to a fluke, swallowed my pride and purchased detailing supplies myself to clean the G70's interior to a level that I felt comfortable and presentable (I would be transporting family and my work superiors in the G70 so this was important to me). I'm willing to admit that Jamark and I could just very well have different expectations when it comes to cleanliness, but for a $50k luxury sedan, especially one that's touted as brand new, it definitely missed the mark. - the final blow came when, less than 24 hours before the end of my scheduled rental, I yet again hadn't heard anything from Jamark regarding drop off. In the interest of transparency, one day prior to the completion of my trip, I was notified by my employer that I would need to fly out in the morning rather than the late afternoon as anticipated. I had planned to bring this up with Jamark or his associate when they reached out to coordinate a drop-off plan at the airport and do my best to work with both of them to find a solution that worked for all of us. But when I told Jamark about my earlier departure, it became abundantly clear to me that he was on Turo to do the bare minimum possible for profit. Even though I had an early flight, the best solution that Jamark offered was for me to simply drop his vehicle at one of his rental properties (which I would later do) and take an Uber to the airport. Normally I wouldn't cause a fuss, in fact it was me who was changing our arrangement, so normally I would have simply done as the renter asked. But this was now another circumstance in which I was having to accommodate the renter instead of the renter working to accommodate me. So I let Jamark know I was disappointed with this arrangement, brought up what I thought was a reasonable observation about his communication and ended by saying, "if there is no other way to drop your vehicle I will of course obligue your request to drop it off at your rental property." Rather than respond in-kind Jamark took my message as a threat, remind me that "as someone with more than 700 trips" he "knew how Turo worked," told me to "watch how I speak," and "await his instructions for dropping his vehicle at his rental property." To me, this is the important part: regardless of what time I was dropping Jamark's vehicle (it would be 8am) he was still being compensated for an entire day as if I was meeting him at Hartsfield Jackson airport at 5pm. He lost zero profit in this transaction and in fact made more than he had initially expected when I first booked my trip in May. His car was dropped off with nearly 400 miles less than the amount I was allocated and with an interior twice as clean as the condition I received it in. And even though he could have simply offered to knock the difference off of my rental for the cost of my Uber from his property to the airport and made me a very happy customer eager to rate this experience a well-deserved 5-stars, he instead decided to threaten to "deny" my request to drop his vehicle earlier in the day (to who's benefit I can't really work out) because... I offended him by offering what I thought was fair commentary about my experience, I guess? Jamark's G70 was the vehicle he had pictured on his listing, I was picked up at the airport, able to extend my rental by 3 days, drop the car early and make my flight. But at the end of it all, I was disappointed and unhappy with how the experience concluded. Maybe my expectations were set too high by other renters or maybe I truly did offend Jamark. Regardless, from where I sit, you could do well to rent from someone else on Turo in Atlanta.

Christopher N.-Jun 27, 2019

Definitely will be renting again

Langston R.-Jun 7, 2019

Highest recommendation for this team.

Nicholas W.-Apr 24, 2019

The car

Hyundai Genesis G7... 2019

8 trips
Gas (Premium)
4 doors
5 seats

Hosted by

4.9
jamark All-Star Host
754 tripsJoined Mar 2015
Typically responds within 1 minute
All-Star Hosts like jamark are the top-rated, most experienced hosts on Turo.

Description

Omg the most amazing car in our fleet. Fully loaded , very fast Genesis g70. Quilted leather, driver assist, sunroof and many more options. This car is motor trend car of the year..enough said

Business class

This host caters to business travelers.

Features

Must be 21+ to book
Automatic transmission
GPS
Audio input
All-wheel drive
Long-term car
Bluetooth
USB input
Heated seats
Sunroof

Extras

Add optional Extras to your trip at checkout.
Post-trip cleaning
Return the car hassle free, without worrying about cleaning up after your trip. Does not cover upholstery cleaning, spills, stains, pet hair, or smoke removal.
$10/trip
Unlimited mileage
Limited to only surrounding states
$100/trip

Guidelines

Absolutely no smoking or masking $250 dollar smokers fee

Reviews

7 ratings

Always a pleasure

Tamika A.-Aug 15, 2019

Jamark and crew were great. Really made my trip tun pretty smooth even though I got lost at the airport. The G70 was in great condition and really made the car a front runner for my next sporty luxury car purchase. I highly recommend if you come to atl this is the guy to rent from!

Isaiah J.-Jul 7, 2019

Over a year and a half of using Turo as a renter (and committed evangelist) I've never had an experience that I've felt obligated to rate less than 5 stars. I'm disappointed to have to break that record today. At the bare minimum however, it should be noted that Jamark's vehicle was delivered to me on the date promised, he approved an extension to my rental halfway through my trip and facilitated an earlier dropoff than planned so that I could catch my flight. That said, from booking to drop-off, Jamark's customer service deviated enough from every other owner on Turo I've worked with that I can't in good conscience give him the same praise I've given other's who have put forth much more effort to provide a great renting experience. To me, Turo is responsible for ensuring the vehicle you rent is a safe, running, as-advertised car. That much should be a given. The majority of all the experience ratings I've left in the past then have been about just that... my experience. Outside of the vehicle rented, the only thing that can effect your experience is the renter and their courtesy, etiquette and overall treatment of you as a customer. Prior to the night before ending my trip, judging by experience alone, I would have absolutely left a 4-5 star review. But being told I should "watch how I speak to people," by Jamark over a conversation about lack of communication pretty much ensured our transaction wasn't going to end how I had hoped. I'd caution future renters to temper their expectations if they rent from Jamark because I certainly had to temper mine. For those interested in the nitty-gritty however, these are the details... - I booked Jamark's G70 a month prior to my trip. The first time I heard from him was when I got off my flight in ATL and that was only to be told that his emissary would be dropping off the car and that she would be coordinating with me for pickup at the airport. While she did reach out via text and phone call, we would spend more than 40 minutes attempting to find each other because she could not provide a clear description of where we were supposed to meet. At the time I chalked it up to inexperience and tried to be as accommodating as I could. My patience wained after the 4th phone call where she informed me she wasn't "tech savvy enough" to send me a pin of her location via Google or Apple maps. I thought it was ironic that someone who was renting vehicles via an app would work with a person who would describe themselves that way, but I was so happy to be in the Genesis when we finally did meet that I chalked it up to a fluke... that is, until I saw the condition of the interior. - while the G70 was an amazing car (our family is fans of and owns several Genesis vehicles) and a blast to drive while I was visiting ALT, for having just 8k miles on the clock, it was in pretty poor condition upon pickup. The interior had an overpowering smell that I later discovered was caused by 3 different airfresheners that had been tossed in the glovebox. There was gunk on the center console cubby lid, the cupholders and door pulls looked as though they had never been cleaned and the steering wheel, shift handle and other touch surfaces were so shiny and tacky to the touch that I wouldn't be surprised if they hadn't been cleaned since the day Jamark purchased this vehicle. But again, rather than level judgement against Jamark, I choose to chalk it up to a fluke, swallowed my pride and purchased detailing supplies myself to clean the G70's interior to a level that I felt comfortable and presentable (I would be transporting family and my work superiors in the G70 so this was important to me). I'm willing to admit that Jamark and I could just very well have different expectations when it comes to cleanliness, but for a $50k luxury sedan, especially one that's touted as brand new, it definitely missed the mark. - the final blow came when, less than 24 hours before the end of my scheduled rental, I yet again hadn't heard anything from Jamark regarding drop off. In the interest of transparency, one day prior to the completion of my trip, I was notified by my employer that I would need to fly out in the morning rather than the late afternoon as anticipated. I had planned to bring this up with Jamark or his associate when they reached out to coordinate a drop-off plan at the airport and do my best to work with both of them to find a solution that worked for all of us. But when I told Jamark about my earlier departure, it became abundantly clear to me that he was on Turo to do the bare minimum possible for profit. Even though I had an early flight, the best solution that Jamark offered was for me to simply drop his vehicle at one of his rental properties (which I would later do) and take an Uber to the airport. Normally I wouldn't cause a fuss, in fact it was me who was changing our arrangement, so normally I would have simply done as the renter asked. But this was now another circumstance in which I was having to accommodate the renter instead of the renter working to accommodate me. So I let Jamark know I was disappointed with this arrangement, brought up what I thought was a reasonable observation about his communication and ended by saying, "if there is no other way to drop your vehicle I will of course obligue your request to drop it off at your rental property." Rather than respond in-kind Jamark took my message as a threat, remind me that "as someone with more than 700 trips" he "knew how Turo worked," told me to "watch how I speak," and "await his instructions for dropping his vehicle at his rental property." To me, this is the important part: regardless of what time I was dropping Jamark's vehicle (it would be 8am) he was still being compensated for an entire day as if I was meeting him at Hartsfield Jackson airport at 5pm. He lost zero profit in this transaction and in fact made more than he had initially expected when I first booked my trip in May. His car was dropped off with nearly 400 miles less than the amount I was allocated and with an interior twice as clean as the condition I received it in. And even though he could have simply offered to knock the difference off of my rental for the cost of my Uber from his property to the airport and made me a very happy customer eager to rate this experience a well-deserved 5-stars, he instead decided to threaten to "deny" my request to drop his vehicle earlier in the day (to who's benefit I can't really work out) because... I offended him by offering what I thought was fair commentary about my experience, I guess? Jamark's G70 was the vehicle he had pictured on his listing, I was picked up at the airport, able to extend my rental by 3 days, drop the car early and make my flight. But at the end of it all, I was disappointed and unhappy with how the experience concluded. Maybe my expectations were set too high by other renters or maybe I truly did offend Jamark. Regardless, from where I sit, you could do well to rent from someone else on Turo in Atlanta.

Christopher N.-Jun 27, 2019

Definitely will be renting again

Langston R.-Jun 7, 2019

Highest recommendation for this team.

Nicholas W.-Apr 24, 2019

Pickup at car location
Atlanta, GA 30307
Free

Delivery locations
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
Free
Hilton Atlanta
$35
Georgia Tech Hotel and Conference Center
$45

Delivered to you
Up to 10 miles
$10