Need To Impress Someone? Rent An Aston Martin From These Guys

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Advice: Buy the additional insurance.

Not everyone can afford a brand new Aston Martin. Unless you’ve got around six-figures just sitting around, then you’ll very likely end up buying something else. However, just because you can’t afford to buy doesn’t mean you don’t have the dough available to rent. Not leasing, but renting. Enterprise Rent-A-Car has just announced that it’s adding the Aston Martin DB9 and Rapide S to its Exotic Car Collection, which already includes the likes of the Lamborghini Huracan, Maserati Gran Turismo, and Tesla Model S.

Enterprise points out that its Exotic Collection has over 30 locations in cities throughout the US, and it’s continuing to expand. "This agreement with Aston Martin is a terrific addition to our collection," stated Brice Adamson, senior vice president of Enterprise Holdings. "We’re confident that these iconic cars will be a big hit, and we can’t wait to get our customers into them." No word on rental rates but we really, really recommend you purchase the full insurance.

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