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Ford Mustang 2019

EcoBoost Premium

5.0

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Ford Mustang 2019

EcoBoost Premium

5.0

(9 trips)

Gas (Premium)

2 doors

4 seats

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Max
5.0
Max

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121 tripsJoined Sep 2016

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Description

5 Starts Power Host & All Stars Host. Brand New Beautiful Convertible Mustang loaded with premium option package and gadgets What’s new The iconic Bullitt trim level returns Revised feature availability The California Special package is now available on the GT Premium Part of the sixth Mustang generation introduced for 2015 Strong power from both the four-cylinder and V8 engines Civilized ride quality and low noise levels Cabin blends modern convenience with retro style Edmunds' Expert Review Overall rating 7.6 / 10 The modern Mustang's road manners took a big leap forward when the entire 2015 Mustang lineup received — for the first time in 50 years — an independent rear suspension. This change, along with a higher-quality cabin and new styling, facilitated the Mustang's transformation into a more sophisticated and comfortable car. The car's performance capabilities have reached new heights, too. This year, the 2019 Ford Mustang gains an added element of cool. The Bullitt is back (read more in our Bullitt First Look) as well as a California Special trim. Ford is also teasing us with rumors of an upcoming GT500 that is said to make more than 700 horsepower. Yet there's still a lot to like in 2019 even if you're buying a base Mustang. Ford has made a dual-mode active-valve exhaust optional on the EcoBoost-powered Mustang, which should make the car's four-cylinder engine sound a bit more aggressive (and less like a Focus' four-banger). A rev-matching feature has also been added to GTs equipped with a manual transmission — now everyone can downshift like a pro. These changes should keep the 2019 Mustang a highly desirable pick for a pony car. Of course, it still has some primary competition: the Chevrolet Camaro and the Dodge Challenger. All three are genuinely great cars, especially considering the price. If you're looking for the most well-rounded one, though, the Mustang is the way to go. 2019 Ford Mustang models The 2019 Ford Mustang is available in EcoBoost, EcoBoost Premium, GT, GT Premium and Bullitt trim levels for coupe body styles. Convertibles are available in all but the base GT and Bullitt trims. (The GT Premium is offered.) The Mustang EcoBoost is powered by a turbocharged 2.3-liter four-cylinder engine that makes 310 horsepower and 350 pound-feet of torque. A six-speed manual transmission is standard, and a 10-speed automatic is optional. Despite representing the bottom rung of Mustangdom, EcoBoost models are equipped with a surprising amount of racy hardware as standard: a limited-slip rear differential, launch control (only with the manual gearbox) and an electronic line-lock to facilitate burnouts (at the track only, of course). Standard creature comforts are more pedestrian and include 17-inch wheels, manual cloth seats, keyless entry and ignition, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, a 4.2-inch center display screen, a rearview camera, Bluetooth, two USB ports and a six-speaker sound system. The EcoBoost Premium keeps all the same hardware but adds 18-inch wheels, leather upholstery, revised cabin trim, power-adjustable front seats, a nine-speaker audio system, dual-zone automatic climate control, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and an 8-inch touchscreen with the Sync 3 infotainment system. GT models really step up the Mustang's performance game. They come with 18-inch wheels, a 5.0-liter V8 (460 hp, 420 lb-ft), the power-adjustable front seats and rear parking sensors. The manual transmission is standard and the automatic is optional. The GT Premium adds the creature comforts of the EcoBoost Premium trim. The Bullitt differentiates itself from the GT largely through aesthetics. Changes include a Dark Bullitt-specific Highland Green paint option, special wheels, various Bullitt logos and deletion of the rear spoiler. The Performance package (see below) is standard on the Bullitt. And thanks to a modified intake manifold, the Bullitt's V8 sees a 20-hp bump to 480 hp. Torque stays the same at 420 lb-ft. Some of the features of the Premium trims are available on the regular EcoBoost and the GT. A Performance package is available for EcoBoost and GT models. This includes larger brakes, 19-inch wheels and summer tires, a shorter differential ratio, a bigger radiator, stiffer front springs and a larger rear stabilizer bar. This package additionally allows access to getting the MagneRide adaptive suspension dampers. A Level 2 Performance package (coupe with manual transmission only) includes the adaptive dampers and also has wider wheels with Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tires, a special front air splitter and rear wing, and specialized track-oriented suspension tuning for the suspension, steering, stability control and ABS system. Other notable optional features for the Mustang include adaptive suspension dampers, an active valve exhaust, 19- or 20-inch wheels, a digital gauge cluster, a heated steering wheel, a navigation system, various exterior and interior styling packages (including the California Special package for the GT Premium), Recaro front sport seats, a 12-speaker Bang & Olufsen sound system, blind-spot monitoring, adaptive cruise control, and forward collision warning with automatic emergency braking. Trim tested Each vehicle typically comes in multiple versions that are fundamentally similar. The ratings in this review are based on our full test of the Ford Mustang GT Premium Convertible w/ Performance Exhaust (5.0L V8 | 10-speed automatic | RWD). Driving 7.5 Even though this Mustang isn't the more powerful Bullitt or high-octane GT350, the Mustang GT's 460-horsepower 5.0-liter V8 provides more than enough thrust to get in trouble. The 0-60 mph sprint comes in 4.6 seconds, just half a second slower than the 707-hp Dodge Challenger Hellcat. Our test car was equipped with sloppy-handling all-season tires, but the optional Performance package bolsters the Mustang with increased grip and more stable handling. Tapping into that power can prove a bit frustrating since the 10-speed automatic transmission shifts into high gears too quickly (it upshifts to ninth at 40 mph!), and it's slow to downshift. Driving in Sport mode is more natural. Comfort 7.5 This drop-top pony car shakes a bit over bumps, but the ride isn't brittle. Rather, it is cushiony without feeling floaty like the Challenger. The Performance package mildly increases ride harshness. The seats are plush and have tilt-adjustable headrests, but we'd like to see four-way lumbar. The optional ventilated seats effectively cool the leather on days you leave the top down. The available performance exhaust opens up the Mustang's otherwise too-quiet taps at low speeds, but it gets loud with any level of acceleration and can get grating after a while. At highway speeds, wind, engine and road noise is omnipresent but not overwhelming, and the exhaust note finally settles. Interior 7.5 The Mustang's cabin is spacious for two, with plenty of shoulder room, head- and legroom and a wide center console armrest. The rear seat is tight, and most will use it as a shelf for storage. However, a family of four could fit — provided they don't need a ton of legroom — and the lowered convertible top aids ingress and egress all around. Once inside, drivers will find logically laid-out controls and the intuitive Sync 3 infotainment system. While it offers a good range of adjustment, the front seat doesn't properly envelop the driver, giving the sensation of sitting on the seat rather than in it. The thick front and rear pillars moderately hamper outward visibility. Utility 7.0 Because the top doesn't fold into the trunk like in luxury convertibles, the Mustang convertible's cargo area is only marginally smaller than the coupe's (11.4 cubic feet versus 13.5 cubes). Still, there's more room here than in the Camaro drop-top (7.3 cubic feet). The trunk opening shape and downward sloping trunk roof make it tough to load large items, but you can still fit a large suitcase in the trunk. You can also use the back seat for additional ad hoc storage. Cubbies and pockets inside the cabin are small but plentiful. There's not a ton of room in the back for car seats, but the car seat anchors are easy to access. Lowering the top naturally makes it much easier to install a car seat. Technology 8.0 The intuitive Sync 3 infotainment system controls a nine-speaker audio system that delivers clear audio and good bass response. But it doesn't get loud enough for us. Two USB ports are standard, and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are included on both Premium trims. Sync's voice control system features some limited natural speech detection. A variety of advanced driver safety aids are available for the Mustang. It's worth noting that some of these features are not available on the Camaro. Most performed well in our testing, but adaptive cruise can't be activated until about 20 mph and turns off below 10 mph. Safety Our experts’ favorite Mustang safety features: Lane Keeping Alert Sounds an audible chime if the car drifts to the edge of the lane. Pre-Collision Assist Applies the brakes and sounds an alert when it detects an impending collision. Reverse Sensing System Provides audible alerts when reversing toward an object behind the vehicle. NHTSA Overall Rating The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration offers independent analysis. Frontal Barrier Crash Rating Overall 5 / 5 Driver 5 / 5 Passenger 5 / 5 Side Crash Rating Overall 5 / 5 Side Barrier Rating Overall 5 / 5 Driver 5 / 5 Passenger 5 / 5 Combined Side Barrier & Pole Ratings Front Seat 5 / 5 Back Seat 5 / 5 Rollover Rollover 5 / 5 Dynamic Test Result No Tip Risk Of Rollover 9.3% IIHS Rating The Insurance Institute of Highway Safety uses extensive crash tests to determine car safety. Side Impact Test Good Roof Strength Test Good Rear Crash Protection / Head Restraint Good IIHS Small Overlap Front Test Not Tested Moderate Overlap Front Test Good

Features

Must be 21+ to book

Automatic transmission

Accident Prevention Sensor/Warning

Ford Connect

Backup Camera

Key-less Entry

Extras (8)

Add optional Extras to your trip at checkout.

Toys & games

Your choice of: 1- Oculus VR Portable Virtual Reality 2- Portable Nintendo Switch

$50/trip1 available

Phone mount

Wireless Charging Phone Mount

$10/trip1 available

Child safety seat

$25/trip1 available

Helmet

4 Child or Adult helmets

$40/trip4 available

Beach gear

4 beach chair / lounge

$25/trip4 available

One-way trip

Drop off any allowable location up to 150 miles from original pickup location

$100/trip

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.

$75/trip

Prepaid refuel

Save time, make drop-off a breeze, and avoid additional fees by adding this Extra, which allows you to return my car at any fuel level. Price includes up to a full tank of gas.

$75/trip

Parking details

* 30 Minutes maximum allowed late arrival to pickup or return For Self-Check-IN: A- MIA Location: Domio Wynwood 51 NW 26th St, Miami, FL 33127 1- Send a copy of Driver License(s) of all drivers. 2-Take a total of 12 photos of Exterior (4 of each side, 2 front, 2 back) 3- Vehicle will be unlocked for you. 4- Take a total of 6 photos of Interior (1 photos from each door pointing towards the inside and floor mats, 1 of Odometer, 1 of Gas) 5- Take 1 photo of Inside Trunk 6- Take a total of 5 photos of doors (Pointing Inside Doors & Trunk Door) 7- Locate Key Fob as instructed, drive safety and enjoy your trip. B- FLL Location: Gold Coast Airport Parking 3000 SE 6th Ave, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316 1- Send a copy of Driver License(s) of all drivers. 2-Take a total of 12 photos of Exterior (4 of each side, 2 front, 2 back) 3- Vehicle will be unlocked for you. 4- Take a total of 6 photos of Interior (1 photos from each door pointing towards the inside and floor mats, 1 of Odometer, 1 of Gas) 5- Take 1 photo of Inside Trunk 6- Take a total of 5 photos of doors (Pointing Inside Doors & Trunk Door) 7- Locate Key Fob as instructed, drive safety and enjoy your trip. C- Plantation Location: 1787 North University Drive, Plantation, FL 33322 1- Send a copy of Driver License(s) of all drivers. 2-Take a total of 12 photos of Exterior (4 of each side, 2 front, 2 back) 3- Vehicle will be unlocked for you. 4- Take a total of 6 photos of Interior (1 photos from each door pointing towards the inside and floor mats, 1 of Odometer, 1 of Gas) 5- Take 1 photo of Inside Trunk 6- Take a total of 5 photos of doors (Pointing Inside Doors & Trunk Door) 7- Locate Key Fob as instructed, drive safety and enjoy your trip. D- Weston Location: 1825 Main St, Weston, FL 33326 1- Send a copy of Driver License(s) of all drivers. 2-Take a total of 12 photos of Exterior (4 of each side, 2 front, 2 back) 3- Vehicle will be unlocked for you. 4- Take a total of 6 photos of Interior (1 photos from each door pointing towards the inside and floor mats, 1 of Odometer, 1 of Gas) 5- Take 1 photo of Inside Trunk 6- Take a total of 5 photos of doors (Pointing Inside Doors & Trunk Door) 7- Locate Key Fob as instructed, drive safety and enjoy your trip. For Self-Check-Out 1- Return to same pickup location 2-Take a total of 12 photos of Exterior (4 of each side, 2 front, 2 back) 3- Take a total of 6 photos of Interior (1 photos from each door pointing towards the inside and floor mats, 1 of Odometer, 1 of Gas) 4- Take 1 photo of Inside Trunk 5- Take a total of 5 photos of doors (Pointing Inside Doors & Trunk Door) 6- Place Key Fob as instructed, Call when done to have the vehicle safely locked.

Guidelines

Absolutely Not Allowed: 1- Any Pets ($350 penalty) 2- Any Smoking / Vaping ($350 penalty) 3- Any Drinks or Food 4- Any Drugs ($500 penalty) 5- Illegal Parking ($100 Minimum Fee/Penalty if vehicle is towed not including towing fees) 6- Illegal Speeding / Dragging / Spinning / Sudden Acceleration or Stops (Except Emergencies) 7- Furniture or Equipment or Tools Loading / Moving / etc. 8- Under Age / Unlicensed / Unlisted Drivers ($100 Minimum Fee/Penalty not including any legal fees or fines) 9- Vehicle Must Be Picked Up / Dropped Off ONLY by Primary Driver (Must be present) ($100 Minimum fee/Penalty) 10- $25 Minimum Admin Fee in addition to invoice amount for any toll/parking violations. 11- Guest will pay exact SunPass toll charges incurred during the trip PLUS $15 Administration Fee.

Faqs

  • Can I self Check IN / Check / Out?

    Yes, in some cases will allow conditional to: 1- You will send a copy of your driver license in advance 2- You will need to take and send around 40-50 Photos of Exterior / Interior / Gas / Odometer during both check in & out process.

  • Am I Personally Responsible For Damages?

    YES: While Turo offers protection plans, depending on your plan, you may still be responsible for damages up to $3,000 or more out of pocket in case your selected protection plan does not cover the FULL damage cost. Your responsibility may or may not be covered by your personal insurance, paid out of pocket, and may initial collection process for unrecoverable damages if not paid within 10 days from trip end date.

Reviews

5.0

9 reviews

Jamie B.

Jamie B.Jul 4, 2020

Awesome car great customer services very respectful family oriented accommodating I could go on and on but instead I will give you what you check reviews for...JUST BOOK THIS CAR! MAX IS AWESOME!

Max's response

Thanks Jaimie, feeling is mutual Best regards

Jasmine G.

Jasmine G.Jun 8, 2020

Great hospitality & great service overall

Victor M.

Victor M.May 25, 2020

Best person to rent from and good cars and trucks

Max's response

Thanks Victor, like wise

Jesse G.

Jesse G.Feb 17, 2020

Will recommend. Great guy. Very professional.

vehicle

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The car

Ford Mustang 2019

EcoBoost Premium

5.0

(9 trips)

Gas (Premium)

2 doors

4 seats

Hosted by

Max
5.0
Max

All-Star Host

121 tripsJoined Sep 2016

Typically responds within 1 minute

All-Star Hosts like Max are the top-rated and most experienced hosts on Turo.

Max has completed training on enhanced cleaning and disinfection practices.

Description

5 Starts Power Host & All Stars Host. Brand New Beautiful Convertible Mustang loaded with premium option package and gadgets What’s new The iconic Bullitt trim level returns Revised feature availability The California Special package is now available on the GT Premium Part of the sixth Mustang generation introduced for 2015 Strong power from both the four-cylinder and V8 engines Civilized ride quality and low noise levels Cabin blends modern convenience with retro style Edmunds' Expert Review Overall rating 7.6 / 10 The modern Mustang's road manners took a big leap forward when the entire 2015 Mustang lineup received — for the first time in 50 years — an independent rear suspension. This change, along with a higher-quality cabin and new styling, facilitated the Mustang's transformation into a more sophisticated and comfortable car. The car's performance capabilities have reached new heights, too. This year, the 2019 Ford Mustang gains an added element of cool. The Bullitt is back (read more in our Bullitt First Look) as well as a California Special trim. Ford is also teasing us with rumors of an upcoming GT500 that is said to make more than 700 horsepower. Yet there's still a lot to like in 2019 even if you're buying a base Mustang. Ford has made a dual-mode active-valve exhaust optional on the EcoBoost-powered Mustang, which should make the car's four-cylinder engine sound a bit more aggressive (and less like a Focus' four-banger). A rev-matching feature has also been added to GTs equipped with a manual transmission — now everyone can downshift like a pro. These changes should keep the 2019 Mustang a highly desirable pick for a pony car. Of course, it still has some primary competition: the Chevrolet Camaro and the Dodge Challenger. All three are genuinely great cars, especially considering the price. If you're looking for the most well-rounded one, though, the Mustang is the way to go. 2019 Ford Mustang models The 2019 Ford Mustang is available in EcoBoost, EcoBoost Premium, GT, GT Premium and Bullitt trim levels for coupe body styles. Convertibles are available in all but the base GT and Bullitt trims. (The GT Premium is offered.) The Mustang EcoBoost is powered by a turbocharged 2.3-liter four-cylinder engine that makes 310 horsepower and 350 pound-feet of torque. A six-speed manual transmission is standard, and a 10-speed automatic is optional. Despite representing the bottom rung of Mustangdom, EcoBoost models are equipped with a surprising amount of racy hardware as standard: a limited-slip rear differential, launch control (only with the manual gearbox) and an electronic line-lock to facilitate burnouts (at the track only, of course). Standard creature comforts are more pedestrian and include 17-inch wheels, manual cloth seats, keyless entry and ignition, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, a 4.2-inch center display screen, a rearview camera, Bluetooth, two USB ports and a six-speaker sound system. The EcoBoost Premium keeps all the same hardware but adds 18-inch wheels, leather upholstery, revised cabin trim, power-adjustable front seats, a nine-speaker audio system, dual-zone automatic climate control, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and an 8-inch touchscreen with the Sync 3 infotainment system. GT models really step up the Mustang's performance game. They come with 18-inch wheels, a 5.0-liter V8 (460 hp, 420 lb-ft), the power-adjustable front seats and rear parking sensors. The manual transmission is standard and the automatic is optional. The GT Premium adds the creature comforts of the EcoBoost Premium trim. The Bullitt differentiates itself from the GT largely through aesthetics. Changes include a Dark Bullitt-specific Highland Green paint option, special wheels, various Bullitt logos and deletion of the rear spoiler. The Performance package (see below) is standard on the Bullitt. And thanks to a modified intake manifold, the Bullitt's V8 sees a 20-hp bump to 480 hp. Torque stays the same at 420 lb-ft. Some of the features of the Premium trims are available on the regular EcoBoost and the GT. A Performance package is available for EcoBoost and GT models. This includes larger brakes, 19-inch wheels and summer tires, a shorter differential ratio, a bigger radiator, stiffer front springs and a larger rear stabilizer bar. This package additionally allows access to getting the MagneRide adaptive suspension dampers. A Level 2 Performance package (coupe with manual transmission only) includes the adaptive dampers and also has wider wheels with Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tires, a special front air splitter and rear wing, and specialized track-oriented suspension tuning for the suspension, steering, stability control and ABS system. Other notable optional features for the Mustang include adaptive suspension dampers, an active valve exhaust, 19- or 20-inch wheels, a digital gauge cluster, a heated steering wheel, a navigation system, various exterior and interior styling packages (including the California Special package for the GT Premium), Recaro front sport seats, a 12-speaker Bang & Olufsen sound system, blind-spot monitoring, adaptive cruise control, and forward collision warning with automatic emergency braking. Trim tested Each vehicle typically comes in multiple versions that are fundamentally similar. The ratings in this review are based on our full test of the Ford Mustang GT Premium Convertible w/ Performance Exhaust (5.0L V8 | 10-speed automatic | RWD). Driving 7.5 Even though this Mustang isn't the more powerful Bullitt or high-octane GT350, the Mustang GT's 460-horsepower 5.0-liter V8 provides more than enough thrust to get in trouble. The 0-60 mph sprint comes in 4.6 seconds, just half a second slower than the 707-hp Dodge Challenger Hellcat. Our test car was equipped with sloppy-handling all-season tires, but the optional Performance package bolsters the Mustang with increased grip and more stable handling. Tapping into that power can prove a bit frustrating since the 10-speed automatic transmission shifts into high gears too quickly (it upshifts to ninth at 40 mph!), and it's slow to downshift. Driving in Sport mode is more natural. Comfort 7.5 This drop-top pony car shakes a bit over bumps, but the ride isn't brittle. Rather, it is cushiony without feeling floaty like the Challenger. The Performance package mildly increases ride harshness. The seats are plush and have tilt-adjustable headrests, but we'd like to see four-way lumbar. The optional ventilated seats effectively cool the leather on days you leave the top down. The available performance exhaust opens up the Mustang's otherwise too-quiet taps at low speeds, but it gets loud with any level of acceleration and can get grating after a while. At highway speeds, wind, engine and road noise is omnipresent but not overwhelming, and the exhaust note finally settles. Interior 7.5 The Mustang's cabin is spacious for two, with plenty of shoulder room, head- and legroom and a wide center console armrest. The rear seat is tight, and most will use it as a shelf for storage. However, a family of four could fit — provided they don't need a ton of legroom — and the lowered convertible top aids ingress and egress all around. Once inside, drivers will find logically laid-out controls and the intuitive Sync 3 infotainment system. While it offers a good range of adjustment, the front seat doesn't properly envelop the driver, giving the sensation of sitting on the seat rather than in it. The thick front and rear pillars moderately hamper outward visibility. Utility 7.0 Because the top doesn't fold into the trunk like in luxury convertibles, the Mustang convertible's cargo area is only marginally smaller than the coupe's (11.4 cubic feet versus 13.5 cubes). Still, there's more room here than in the Camaro drop-top (7.3 cubic feet). The trunk opening shape and downward sloping trunk roof make it tough to load large items, but you can still fit a large suitcase in the trunk. You can also use the back seat for additional ad hoc storage. Cubbies and pockets inside the cabin are small but plentiful. There's not a ton of room in the back for car seats, but the car seat anchors are easy to access. Lowering the top naturally makes it much easier to install a car seat. Technology 8.0 The intuitive Sync 3 infotainment system controls a nine-speaker audio system that delivers clear audio and good bass response. But it doesn't get loud enough for us. Two USB ports are standard, and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are included on both Premium trims. Sync's voice control system features some limited natural speech detection. A variety of advanced driver safety aids are available for the Mustang. It's worth noting that some of these features are not available on the Camaro. Most performed well in our testing, but adaptive cruise can't be activated until about 20 mph and turns off below 10 mph. Safety Our experts’ favorite Mustang safety features: Lane Keeping Alert Sounds an audible chime if the car drifts to the edge of the lane. Pre-Collision Assist Applies the brakes and sounds an alert when it detects an impending collision. Reverse Sensing System Provides audible alerts when reversing toward an object behind the vehicle. NHTSA Overall Rating The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration offers independent analysis. Frontal Barrier Crash Rating Overall 5 / 5 Driver 5 / 5 Passenger 5 / 5 Side Crash Rating Overall 5 / 5 Side Barrier Rating Overall 5 / 5 Driver 5 / 5 Passenger 5 / 5 Combined Side Barrier & Pole Ratings Front Seat 5 / 5 Back Seat 5 / 5 Rollover Rollover 5 / 5 Dynamic Test Result No Tip Risk Of Rollover 9.3% IIHS Rating The Insurance Institute of Highway Safety uses extensive crash tests to determine car safety. Side Impact Test Good Roof Strength Test Good Rear Crash Protection / Head Restraint Good IIHS Small Overlap Front Test Not Tested Moderate Overlap Front Test Good

Features

Must be 21+ to book

Automatic transmission

Accident Prevention Sensor/Warning

Ford Connect

Backup Camera

Key-less Entry

Extras

Add optional Extras to your trip at checkout.

Toys & games

Your choice of: 1- Oculus VR Portable Virtual Reality 2- Portable Nintendo Switch

$50/trip1 available

Phone mount

Wireless Charging Phone Mount

$10/trip1 available

Child safety seat

$25/trip1 available

Helmet

4 Child or Adult helmets

$40/trip4 available

Beach gear

4 beach chair / lounge

$25/trip4 available

One-way trip

Drop off any allowable location up to 150 miles from original pickup location

$100/trip

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.

$75/trip

Prepaid refuel

Save time, make drop-off a breeze, and avoid additional fees by adding this Extra, which allows you to return my car at any fuel level. Price includes up to a full tank of gas.

$75/trip

Parking details

* 30 Minutes maximum allowed late arrival to pickup or return For Self-Check-IN: A- MIA Location: Domio Wynwood 51 NW 26th St, Miami, FL 33127 1- Send a copy of Driver License(s) of all drivers. 2-Take a total of 12 photos of Exterior (4 of each side, 2 front, 2 back) 3- Vehicle will be unlocked for you. 4- Take a total of 6 photos of Interior (1 photos from each door pointing towards the inside and floor mats, 1 of Odometer, 1 of Gas) 5- Take 1 photo of Inside Trunk 6- Take a total of 5 photos of doors (Pointing Inside Doors & Trunk Door) 7- Locate Key Fob as instructed, drive safety and enjoy your trip. B- FLL Location: Gold Coast Airport Parking 3000 SE 6th Ave, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316 1- Send a copy of Driver License(s) of all drivers. 2-Take a total of 12 photos of Exterior (4 of each side, 2 front, 2 back) 3- Vehicle will be unlocked for you. 4- Take a total of 6 photos of Interior (1 photos from each door pointing towards the inside and floor mats, 1 of Odometer, 1 of Gas) 5- Take 1 photo of Inside Trunk 6- Take a total of 5 photos of doors (Pointing Inside Doors & Trunk Door) 7- Locate Key Fob as instructed, drive safety and enjoy your trip. C- Plantation Location: 1787 North University Drive, Plantation, FL 33322 1- Send a copy of Driver License(s) of all drivers. 2-Take a total of 12 photos of Exterior (4 of each side, 2 front, 2 back) 3- Vehicle will be unlocked for you. 4- Take a total of 6 photos of Interior (1 photos from each door pointing towards the inside and floor mats, 1 of Odometer, 1 of Gas) 5- Take 1 photo of Inside Trunk 6- Take a total of 5 photos of doors (Pointing Inside Doors & Trunk Door) 7- Locate Key Fob as instructed, drive safety and enjoy your trip. D- Weston Location: 1825 Main St, Weston, FL 33326 1- Send a copy of Driver License(s) of all drivers. 2-Take a total of 12 photos of Exterior (4 of each side, 2 front, 2 back) 3- Vehicle will be unlocked for you. 4- Take a total of 6 photos of Interior (1 photos from each door pointing towards the inside and floor mats, 1 of Odometer, 1 of Gas) 5- Take 1 photo of Inside Trunk 6- Take a total of 5 photos of doors (Pointing Inside Doors & Trunk Door) 7- Locate Key Fob as instructed, drive safety and enjoy your trip. For Self-Check-Out 1- Return to same pickup location 2-Take a total of 12 photos of Exterior (4 of each side, 2 front, 2 back) 3- Take a total of 6 photos of Interior (1 photos from each door pointing towards the inside and floor mats, 1 of Odometer, 1 of Gas) 4- Take 1 photo of Inside Trunk 5- Take a total of 5 photos of doors (Pointing Inside Doors & Trunk Door) 6- Place Key Fob as instructed, Call when done to have the vehicle safely locked.

Guidelines

Absolutely Not Allowed: 1- Any Pets ($350 penalty) 2- Any Smoking / Vaping ($350 penalty) 3- Any Drinks or Food 4- Any Drugs ($500 penalty) 5- Illegal Parking ($100 Minimum Fee/Penalty if vehicle is towed not including towing fees) 6- Illegal Speeding / Dragging / Spinning / Sudden Acceleration or Stops (Except Emergencies) 7- Furniture or Equipment or Tools Loading / Moving / etc. 8- Under Age / Unlicensed / Unlisted Drivers ($100 Minimum Fee/Penalty not including any legal fees or fines) 9- Vehicle Must Be Picked Up / Dropped Off ONLY by Primary Driver (Must be present) ($100 Minimum fee/Penalty) 10- $25 Minimum Admin Fee in addition to invoice amount for any toll/parking violations. 11- Guest will pay exact SunPass toll charges incurred during the trip PLUS $15 Administration Fee.

Faqs

  • Can I self Check IN / Check / Out?

    Yes, in some cases will allow conditional to: 1- You will send a copy of your driver license in advance 2- You will need to take and send around 40-50 Photos of Exterior / Interior / Gas / Odometer during both check in & out process.

  • Am I Personally Responsible For Damages?

    YES: While Turo offers protection plans, depending on your plan, you may still be responsible for damages up to $3,000 or more out of pocket in case your selected protection plan does not cover the FULL damage cost. Your responsibility may or may not be covered by your personal insurance, paid out of pocket, and may initial collection process for unrecoverable damages if not paid within 10 days from trip end date.

Reviews

5.0

9 reviews

Jamie B.

Jamie B.Jul 4, 2020

Awesome car great customer services very respectful family oriented accommodating I could go on and on but instead I will give you what you check reviews for...JUST BOOK THIS CAR! MAX IS AWESOME!

Max's response

Thanks Jaimie, feeling is mutual Best regards

Jasmine G.

Jasmine G.Jun 8, 2020

Great hospitality & great service overall

Victor M.

Victor M.May 25, 2020

Best person to rent from and good cars and trucks

Max's response

Thanks Victor, like wise

Jesse G.

Jesse G.Feb 17, 2020

Will recommend. Great guy. Very professional.

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