By: Duane Blankenship | Category: Other | Issue: February 2012
Patrick Hepner of Momentum Toyota heads the company’s newly expanded Toyota Rent a Car fleet, with nine Toyota models available.
Did you know that you can now rent a Toyota car, truck or van from Momentum Toyota of Tulsa? Whether your rental needs are for pleasure, business, or special events, Momentum Toyota Rent a Car provides the legendary quality available from Toyota. You may just want to drive a Toyota for a day or a weekend and experience some groundbreaking technology like Toyota’s Hybrid Synergy Drive, or take a Toyota on your next vacation. Whatever your needs, Momentum Toyota has a newly expanded fleet of 2012 Toyota rental cars. The Toyota program dovetails nicely with their campaign slogan, “Try before you buy!”
Patrick Hepner heads Momentum Toyota’s Rent a Car program and says there’s nothing like driving a vehicle for an extended period of time prior to making your decision to purchase. It gives you the opportunity to see how a particular model handles, check out various performance options, and truly understand all the features of the model you’re interested in. It’s difficult to make an important car-purchasing decision with the standard test drive of eight to twelve minutes. There are nine models in Momentum Toyota’s rental fleet: the Camry, 4-Runner, Highlander, Prius, Avalon, Corolla, Tacoma, Sienna van, and 4x4 Tundra truck.
According to Toyota.com, 90 percent of Toyota vehicles bought in the past 15 years are still on the road. “Toyota products are long-lasting, reliable, and have great value, and through our Toyota Rent a Car program we offer the public a superior rental experience,” says Patrick. Momentum Toyota’s rental rates remain the same all year. They don’t increase during holidays or peak vacation times, and they are very competitive.
Here’s another great benefit to Momentum’s Rent a Car program: if you make arrangements for a rental and decide that it is indeed the model you want to purchase, Momentum will apply the cost of the rental towards your new car purchase. Additionally, if you are specifically interested in the vehicle you rented, you can contact Momentum’s used car department and request that your name be put on a list to be contacted when that car is retired from the rental program at about 12,000 to 15,000 miles. “It will barely be broken in and will be very competitively priced,” says Patrick. “And each of these vehicles comes with a seven-year, 100,000 mile certified warranty.”
With the purchase of a pre-driven selection from the Toyota Rent a Car program, you’ll have the assurance of knowing that all the maintenance has been done by Momentum Toyota of Tulsa. It’s not like taking a leap of faith when you purchase a pre-owned vehicle from someone you don’t know, when you aren’t sure if the car received its recommended services.
The key to extending a vehicle’s life lies in keeping up with recommended preventive maintenance services. “When you buy a vehicle that was previously in the Momentum Toyota Rent a Car program, you know what you’re getting – no substitutes and no corners cut on recommended services,” says Patrick. “You’re getting Toyota quality plus the added value of a well-maintained Toyota vehicle.”
Every Momentum Toyota Rent a Car rental comes with complimentary 24-hour roadside assistance covering mechanical breakdown, fluid delivery, tire changes, jump starts, lockout service and towing. This service gives you more reason to feel secure renting a Toyota Rent a Car automobile, and more evidence that your complete satisfaction is the goal of Momentum Toyota’s Rent a Car program. For quality vehicles, a convenient location, and competitive rates, give Momentum Toyota of Tulsa a visit.
Blankenship graduated from the University of Oklahoma and has enjoyed a lifetime career in advertising. He started his own advertising business in 1993 and enjoys creating graphic art and writing. Hobbies include hunting, fishing and pencil drawings. Duane and his wife, Janice, have been married over 50 years and are active in their church and community. He has been a contributing writer for Value News/Values Magazine since 2005.