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Megan’s

Honda Pilot 2015

EX

3.0

(3 trips)

Pickup & return location
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Distance included

Day

250 mi

Week

1750 mi

Month

7500 mi

Insurance & Protection

Insurance via Liberty Mutual

Honda Pilot 2015

EX

3.0

(3 trips)

22 MPG

Gas

4 doors

7 seats

Hosted by

Megan

3.0

Megan
3 tripsJoined Sep 2021

Typically responds in 1 hour

Megan has completed training on enhanced cleaning and disinfection practices.

Description

This spacious, clean car is available and ready to hit the road! Regular maintenance, safe for the whole family with 7 seat, 3rd-row seating with plenty of space left for storage in the back! Trailer hitch for towing if you're going on an adventure. Grey, leather seats, and well kept!

Features

Must be 21+ to book

Automatic transmission

AUX input

Backup camera

Bluetooth

Child seat

Heated seats

Keyless entry

Long-term car

Pet friendly

USB charger

USB input

Ratings and reviews

3.0

(3 ratings)

Reviews

Iv.karen@hotmail.com A.

[email protected]Oct 19, 2021

I definitely recommend it, I would rent this car again, very spacious, at the time of picking it up it was clean inside and outside very convenient the place to pick up and drop off, save gas, the price is competent and very good communication with Megan

Kyle K.

KyleOct 18, 2021

Good for what we needed! The owner was flexible and easy to work with when needing to extend my time due to unforseen events. Pick up and drop off was in a nice area! Communication was awesome! The only thing was there were sticky handprints all over the two back windows and the vehicle smelled kind of like vomit. I rented the vehicle to transport my mother in law and her friends (40s&50s) to a classy birthday at the vinyards. So they too were less than thrilled about the smell, handprints, ect. And the vehicle does shake a little when on the highway at about 75mph. Also keep in mind, there is no Bluetooth or USB plug for charger being an older vehicle, so you'll have to listen to the radio (which was fine) and bring an old fashioned lighter port charger piece.

Logan W.

LoganOct 3, 2021

First time Turo client renting a first time Turo vehicle (2015 Honda Pilot). Rented September 19-30, 2021. I needed a rental because my own travel vehicle needed an unexpected, emergency repair on the eve of a pre-planned VRBO vacation (no refunds possible at that point). Plus, friends were also traveling to join us there. In short, we had no flexibility for complications. Let's do good and bad, so readers see some balance and perhaps learn from my experience. GOOD The exterior of the vehicle was freshly washed with clean windows on the outside. Tires looked new with lots of tread and some armor-all on outside. I checked oil, and I judged it had probably been changed very recently. The vehicle was quite spacious with lots of cargo storage and small places for all the myriad trappings we take on vacation. The ride was very comfortable, and the engine performed very well and quietly at all times. I chose this vehicle over a 45-minute drive to an airport rental because it was just a few miles from my home. The owner kindly volunteered to drop the vehicle off at 10am, and I gladly accepted to give me more time prepping for the vacation. BAD About an hour after drop-off, I took a close look at the vehicle, especially the interior. It was clear that someone had made an effort to clean the interior, but just as clearly had stopped far short of that goal. The main problems I saw initially were twofold. First, there was an abundance of pet hair still clinging to and embedded in the nap of the carpet on the floor and the backs of the second and third row seats. Second, the seat upholstery felt grimy to the touch and had many food spots on the seats and seat backs---lots of chocolate stains and other sticky candies. I took photos of the outside and inside of the vehicle and uploaded them to Turo. I learned (much later, after the trip was over) that Turo allows renters to refuse unclean vehicles and get a full refund. At that point, however, being ignorant about a cancellation option, I felt like my only choice was to make the best of it. We had to leave very early the next day, and there was a ton of packing and loading ahead. Plus, refusing this vehicle would not have guaranteed that the next vehicle, assuming I could find a suitable replacement in time, would have been any better. From 11:00am until 3:30pm with no lunch break, I vacuumed the floors and the backs of the second and third row seats, while my wife took cleaners and rags and rubbed and scraped away at the layer of grime and food residues. As we worked, it was even worse than I initially thought. Pet hair and dander doesn't come up easily and requires multiple passes; each pass seems to reveal more yet to be gotten up. We found lots of debris under the seats, especially around the seat rails. There were white sticks from candy suckers, a short make-up brush, coins, paper and cellophane wrappers of various kinds, crayons, pencils, and many small blobs of unidentified stuff. The carpeted area between the driver seat and the center console had a solid strip of potato/nacho chips that had been overlooked from the earlier inadequate effort to clean the interior. The vehicle had no floor mats, so the entire carpet needed attention. The carpet around the front seats had morphed from an original dark gray to a dingy shade of tan. I bought a set of new floor mats to make the vehicle feel more comfortable and to add their new smell. After the trip, I did not leave the mats with the vehicle. At my wife's suggestion, I also bought a new cabin air filter to replace the OEM Honda filter which was definitely needing replaced. Grime was not limited to the seat upholstery, but could be found throughout. The doors, handles, dashboard, center console, and insides of the windows all needed thorough cleaning. Basically, the entire interior had a film from long-term use. My wife got up nearly all of the crayon and ink pen stains on the doors and seats, and brightened all of the door panels considerably. She also cleaned the third row seats, but we left them folded down for the increased storage space. In the end, we felt comfortable about sitting in the front seats and having guests in the second row. We stopped cleaning and vacuuming after four and a half hours. With no lunch and little energy to cook dinner, I took the vehicle to get a take-out pizza. At the stop sign near our house, I braked for the first time and the steering wheel vibrated. A block later, the same vibration at the next stop sign. I got up to 30mph before a traffic light, and braking caused considerable shudder in the steering wheel. Needless to say, I was extremely disappointed in the owner for offering a vehicle with such an obvious and worrisome problem. Most of the trip was road miles, and I babied the brakes whenever possible. Hopefully, the owner will fix the brake/rotor issue soon, but one should ask before renting. Upon returning the vehicle in very clean condition both inside and out, I recommended the owner get the brakes checked because of that shudder in the steering wheel. We had a good trip overall, because we took responsibility for what needed to be done to make it so. My wife, however, is still livid. LESSONS FROM A TURO NEOPHYTE First time renters should read the entire Turo website before choosing a vehicle. Right! Lol. Always, always have a second Turo vehicle option identified that is located close to your first choice and ready to rent immediately. Then, spend time going over the vehicle's condition before accepting it; that newbie's mistake is mine. Renters should always ask if there are any known issues with the safety and reliability of the vehicle. The brake symptoms on this vehicle had to be known to the owner, because she drove it several miles to my house with many stops on the way. Turo isn't quite a mature platform yet; it clearly allows owners to charge renters for post-trip cleaning, but a renter's only option regarding a dirty vehicle is to cancel the rental entirely; there is no parity in those options. Instead, Turo should consider other situations that would compensate renters for owners' sub-standard cleaning efforts. Similarly, Turo guidelines indicate that renters cannot bring pets into a vehicle, but Turo says nothing about owners having to declare whether and how often pets have been in a vehicle. Thus, renters always need to ask owners about that rather than assuming "no pets during rental" also means "no pets during owner's regular usage." Again, no parity here. In the Turo business model, owners are well advised to make sure their vehicles are as attractive, safe, reliable, and clean as possible. Renters should likewise treat vehicles as their own and return them in a condition that reflects such care.

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1 of 7

Honda Pilot 2015

EX

3.0

(3 trips)

22 MPG

Gas

4 doors

7 seats

Hosted by

Megan

3.0

Megan
3 tripsJoined Sep 2021

Typically responds in 1 hour

Megan has completed training on enhanced cleaning and disinfection practices.

Description

This spacious, clean car is available and ready to hit the road! Regular maintenance, safe for the whole family with 7 seat, 3rd-row seating with plenty of space left for storage in the back! Trailer hitch for towing if you're going on an adventure. Grey, leather seats, and well kept!

Features

Must be 21+ to book

Automatic transmission

AUX input

Backup camera

Bluetooth

Child seat

Heated seats

Keyless entry

Long-term car

Pet friendly

USB charger

USB input

Ratings and reviews

3.0

(3 ratings)

Reviews

Iv.karen@hotmail.com A.

[email protected]Oct 19, 2021

I definitely recommend it, I would rent this car again, very spacious, at the time of picking it up it was clean inside and outside very convenient the place to pick up and drop off, save gas, the price is competent and very good communication with Megan

Kyle K.

KyleOct 18, 2021

Good for what we needed! The owner was flexible and easy to work with when needing to extend my time due to unforseen events. Pick up and drop off was in a nice area! Communication was awesome! The only thing was there were sticky handprints all over the two back windows and the vehicle smelled kind of like vomit. I rented the vehicle to transport my mother in law and her friends (40s&50s) to a classy birthday at the vinyards. So they too were less than thrilled about the smell, handprints, ect. And the vehicle does shake a little when on the highway at about 75mph. Also keep in mind, there is no Bluetooth or USB plug for charger being an older vehicle, so you'll have to listen to the radio (which was fine) and bring an old fashioned lighter port charger piece.

Logan W.

LoganOct 3, 2021

First time Turo client renting a first time Turo vehicle (2015 Honda Pilot). Rented September 19-30, 2021. I needed a rental because my own travel vehicle needed an unexpected, emergency repair on the eve of a pre-planned VRBO vacation (no refunds possible at that point). Plus, friends were also traveling to join us there. In short, we had no flexibility for complications. Let's do good and bad, so readers see some balance and perhaps learn from my experience. GOOD The exterior of the vehicle was freshly washed with clean windows on the outside. Tires looked new with lots of tread and some armor-all on outside. I checked oil, and I judged it had probably been changed very recently. The vehicle was quite spacious with lots of cargo storage and small places for all the myriad trappings we take on vacation. The ride was very comfortable, and the engine performed very well and quietly at all times. I chose this vehicle over a 45-minute drive to an airport rental because it was just a few miles from my home. The owner kindly volunteered to drop the vehicle off at 10am, and I gladly accepted to give me more time prepping for the vacation. BAD About an hour after drop-off, I took a close look at the vehicle, especially the interior. It was clear that someone had made an effort to clean the interior, but just as clearly had stopped far short of that goal. The main problems I saw initially were twofold. First, there was an abundance of pet hair still clinging to and embedded in the nap of the carpet on the floor and the backs of the second and third row seats. Second, the seat upholstery felt grimy to the touch and had many food spots on the seats and seat backs---lots of chocolate stains and other sticky candies. I took photos of the outside and inside of the vehicle and uploaded them to Turo. I learned (much later, after the trip was over) that Turo allows renters to refuse unclean vehicles and get a full refund. At that point, however, being ignorant about a cancellation option, I felt like my only choice was to make the best of it. We had to leave very early the next day, and there was a ton of packing and loading ahead. Plus, refusing this vehicle would not have guaranteed that the next vehicle, assuming I could find a suitable replacement in time, would have been any better. From 11:00am until 3:30pm with no lunch break, I vacuumed the floors and the backs of the second and third row seats, while my wife took cleaners and rags and rubbed and scraped away at the layer of grime and food residues. As we worked, it was even worse than I initially thought. Pet hair and dander doesn't come up easily and requires multiple passes; each pass seems to reveal more yet to be gotten up. We found lots of debris under the seats, especially around the seat rails. There were white sticks from candy suckers, a short make-up brush, coins, paper and cellophane wrappers of various kinds, crayons, pencils, and many small blobs of unidentified stuff. The carpeted area between the driver seat and the center console had a solid strip of potato/nacho chips that had been overlooked from the earlier inadequate effort to clean the interior. The vehicle had no floor mats, so the entire carpet needed attention. The carpet around the front seats had morphed from an original dark gray to a dingy shade of tan. I bought a set of new floor mats to make the vehicle feel more comfortable and to add their new smell. After the trip, I did not leave the mats with the vehicle. At my wife's suggestion, I also bought a new cabin air filter to replace the OEM Honda filter which was definitely needing replaced. Grime was not limited to the seat upholstery, but could be found throughout. The doors, handles, dashboard, center console, and insides of the windows all needed thorough cleaning. Basically, the entire interior had a film from long-term use. My wife got up nearly all of the crayon and ink pen stains on the doors and seats, and brightened all of the door panels considerably. She also cleaned the third row seats, but we left them folded down for the increased storage space. In the end, we felt comfortable about sitting in the front seats and having guests in the second row. We stopped cleaning and vacuuming after four and a half hours. With no lunch and little energy to cook dinner, I took the vehicle to get a take-out pizza. At the stop sign near our house, I braked for the first time and the steering wheel vibrated. A block later, the same vibration at the next stop sign. I got up to 30mph before a traffic light, and braking caused considerable shudder in the steering wheel. Needless to say, I was extremely disappointed in the owner for offering a vehicle with such an obvious and worrisome problem. Most of the trip was road miles, and I babied the brakes whenever possible. Hopefully, the owner will fix the brake/rotor issue soon, but one should ask before renting. Upon returning the vehicle in very clean condition both inside and out, I recommended the owner get the brakes checked because of that shudder in the steering wheel. We had a good trip overall, because we took responsibility for what needed to be done to make it so. My wife, however, is still livid. LESSONS FROM A TURO NEOPHYTE First time renters should read the entire Turo website before choosing a vehicle. Right! Lol. Always, always have a second Turo vehicle option identified that is located close to your first choice and ready to rent immediately. Then, spend time going over the vehicle's condition before accepting it; that newbie's mistake is mine. Renters should always ask if there are any known issues with the safety and reliability of the vehicle. The brake symptoms on this vehicle had to be known to the owner, because she drove it several miles to my house with many stops on the way. Turo isn't quite a mature platform yet; it clearly allows owners to charge renters for post-trip cleaning, but a renter's only option regarding a dirty vehicle is to cancel the rental entirely; there is no parity in those options. Instead, Turo should consider other situations that would compensate renters for owners' sub-standard cleaning efforts. Similarly, Turo guidelines indicate that renters cannot bring pets into a vehicle, but Turo says nothing about owners having to declare whether and how often pets have been in a vehicle. Thus, renters always need to ask owners about that rather than assuming "no pets during rental" also means "no pets during owner's regular usage." Again, no parity here. In the Turo business model, owners are well advised to make sure their vehicles are as attractive, safe, reliable, and clean as possible. Renters should likewise treat vehicles as their own and return them in a condition that reflects such care.

Pickup & return location
Enter a delivery address

Distance included

Day

250 mi

Week

1750 mi

Month

7500 mi

Insurance & Protection

Insurance via Liberty Mutual

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