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Unread 04-04-2011, 05:09 PM   #1
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Any Wrangler rentals through mainstream agencies near Durango?

I'd like to rent a Wrangler in Durango Colorado. All I've found so far are specialty outfits that rent them for 1 day increments and are very expensive compared to a regular SUV rental through a mainstream rental agency. Does anyone know of a rental agency like Hertz, Alamo, Enterprise, etc that rents Wrangler in the area?

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Unread 04-11-2011, 01:32 PM   #2
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There are five (I think) mainstream rental outfits at the Durango airport (DRO). Budget's website indicates Wranglers for rent...but...

You should definitely call the actual Budget counter at DRO; don't rely on the website or the nationwide 1-800 number. We were out there with our Jeep a couple of years ago, and some friends with us had reserved a Wrangler from Budget using either the website or the 1-800 number. When we all showed up at the counter to pick up their rental Jeep, the Budget person said "we haven't had a Jeep here in months. Sorry..." They would have been happy to rent them a AWD Explorer or similar, telling them that it would in fact be an upgrade.

I would definitely talk to someone at the counter. You might try the others there also. They could possibly have a Wrangler or two even if their websites don't indicate it. The five agencies there are Budget, Hertz, Avis, National, and Dollar.

My family and I fly into DRO every winter to visit family and go skiing, so I just happen to have these numbers handy:

Budget 970-259-1841
Avis 970-375-7831
National 970-259-0068
Hertz 970-247-5288
Enterprise 970-385-8648
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