This 1996 Buick Roadmaster wagon (Limited Collector's Edition) is a cultural phenomenon of American past like no other and it is in great shape for a twenty-smth year old car!
Free delivery with a two-day rental!!!
It is available in DCA, IAD & BWI.
The car offers spacious, comfortable ride for five people with the smoothness and power rivaling the President's limo. Planning a long trip - this is the best vehicle for it! And yet it is surprisingly agile thanks to its powerful V-8 engine, super light power steering and tight turning radius. While it already has plenty of cargo space, you can fold down the rear seat and get a flat area the size of a full bed. The wagon has the same platform/length as the longest edition of a Chevy Suburban. Its large windows are great for navigating in traffic and sightseeing.
The car is fully loaded with all modern amenities such as ABS, power windows and locks, power and heated seats with adjustable height, tilt and lumbar support, A/C with climate control, cruise control, variable power assist steering, etc. As importantly, I added a few cassette tapes including Bruce Springsteen so you can have a fine ride down the memory lane of the 90-ties.
Please note that any weekend day rental requires a two-day rental or more.
This is a non-smoking car!
Please review the extras if need a Bluetooth speaker, GPS, sleeping bags, sport gear, fishing rods, etc.
If you need a smaller car, please check my Hyundai Accent: https://turo.com/rentals/cars/dc/washington/hyundai-accent/277622
On weekdays I strongly prefer to drop off the car in the morning around 08:00AM (to make it to work on time), and pick it up at the end of the rental around 05:30PM in central Washington DC. With this being said, please feel free to send a booking request - we may well work out a solution! This does not affect those who are picking up the car at any of the airports.
P.P.S. It appears that such cars can no longer be added to Turo. I suppose you've got here a pretty unique chance to drive this last truly American wagon as they were discontinued in 1996.