Nationwide Jeep Rental Companies

Which car rental companies have Jeep Wranglers?

Depending on the location, you can choose to rent a Jeep from Alamo, Avis, Budget, Dollar, Enterprise, Payless Car Rental, Sixt, and Thrifty.

Alamo Jeep

Alamo Jeep Rentals

Alamo Rent a Car began in Florida in 1974. The brand focused on leisure travelers and continues to do so. They also introduced unlimited mileage to the rental Jeep and car market. Alamo is expanding its worldwide presence. More

Avis Jeep Wrangler

Avis Jeep Rental

Avis was founded with only three cars in 1946 by Warren Avis at Willow Run Airport in Michigan. As it turns out, Avis was the first car rental service established at an airport. Avis added Jeep rentals in the early 2000s, beginning in temperate locales. More

Budget Jeep Rental

Budget Jeep Rentals

Jeeps define themselves as being reliable on most terrain and providing you with the strength you need for any outdoor adventure. Now, all our Jeep Wrangler rentals come with 4-wheel drive, so don’t worry about harsh weather conditions or steep terrain. More

Dollar Jeep Wrangler

Dollar Jeep Rental

Dollar Rent A Car, currently offers a broad range of SUVs and 4×4 Jeep rentals. The vehicle class that contains Jeeps is called Mid-size Open SUV. The 4 door Jeep Wrangler Unlimited has enough capacity for up to 5 PAX and 4 pieces of medium-sized luggage. Dollar also offers 2 door Jeeps. More

Enterprise Jeep

Enterprise Jeep Rentals

Enjoy the versatility a Jeep provides with lots of room for passengers and baggage. Whether you are looking to explore the gorgeous Florida beaches, taking a trip along the Pacific Coast Highway in California, or driving through a large metropolitan city, a Jeep Wrangler Unlimited is an exceptional choice.

Hertz Jeep

Hertz Jeep Rental

Hertz filed for bankruptcy on May 22, 2020, citing an impressive decline in revenue and future bookings caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. We’ll keep you updated. The Jeep Wrangler is now part of Hertz’s American Collection. More