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If it feels as if your rental car is always a Chevrolet Impala, there’s a reason for that.

Rental car companies registered 89,569 new Impalas during 2013, making it America’s top-selling rental car for two years running. Fifty-seven percent of all new Impalas sold in the United States last year became rental cars, according to data from Polk Automotive.


http://www.nytimes.com/2014/10/14/upshot/you-can-rent-whatever-you-want-as-long-as-its-an-impala.html?partner=socialflow&smid=tw-nytimesbusiness&abt=0002&abg=0&_r=0

http://www.thetruthaboutcars.com/2014/10/chart-day-americas-top-rental-cars/#more-930946
 

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Damn, 70% of Yukon XL's are sold to rental fleets.
 

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I had a very good experience with a Mazda 5 from Avis. Love the flexibility of the interior, nimbleness, and low floor. It was truly a tall/small wagon.
 

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Damn, 70% of Yukon XL's are sold to rental fleets.
I'd like to see stats on previous years... GM was dumping their ancient large SUV's last year on fleets in preparation for the new current models...

I'm sure the stats will look drastically different this year for those same SUV models... But I could be wrong.:)
 
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