Hertz selling fleet cars at discount after bankruptcy


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ROCKFORD, Ill. (WTVO) — Car rental company Hertz announced Friday that it would be selling $1 billion worth of cars at a discount after filing for bankruptcy.

According to CNBC, the company was hit hard by a dramatic drop in rentals during the coronavirus pandemic.

Hertz is selling vehicles online, which can be delivered within a 75 mile radius.

A Kia Forte is selling for an average price of $10,851, and Nissan Quest is going for an average $13,874.

The Toyota Tundra is selling for an average 12.6% discount, at $31,383, and a BMW seven-series for a 13.7% discount of an average $42,680.


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