Last Updated on January 31, 2021 by Kristin
Want to take your next road trip from boring to bold? Rent an eye-popping Chevrolet Camaro, a sports car known for its signature grill and powerful engine. First introduced in 1966, the Camaro is one of the most iconic U.S. sports car models. So where can you rent a Camaro?
Several rental car companies offer the Camaro among their luxury sports car fleets. At a lower price point than the Corvette, the Camaro may have more affordable security deposit fees than pricier sports cars while still providing the same thrill of revving engines and a sleek design.
Keep in mind that most rental car companies do not guarantee specific models, so you may be offered a similar vehicle depending on where you choose to rent the Camaro. If you are set on renting a Camaro, it’s best to call ahead to see if one will be available for your rental dates.
Rent a Camaro from Avis
Avis lists the two-door Chevrolet Camaro Coupe 1LT as a similar model to the Ford Mustang in its “Standard Sport” category. Note that you may be offered cars including the Mustang or Volkswagen Beetle convertible if a Camaro is unavailable.
Rent a Camaro from Budget
Budget lists the two-door Chevrolet Camaro SS among the cars in its “muscle car” category. The company notes that it cannot reserve a specific Camaro model, so if one is unavailable you may receive cars including the Dodge Charger and Challenger models, the Nissan 370Z, Ford Mustang GT or Infiniti Q60.
Rent a Camaro from Hertz Adrenaline Collection
Hertz offers a few types of Camaros as part of its Adrenaline Collection. The car rental company has partnered with Hendrick Motorsports to customize two types of Camaros only available at Hertz: The limited-edition 2020 Camaro ZL1 and 2020 Camaro SS.
The ZL1 features a 750 horsepower engine, and other high-end options like custom wheels. You can rent this specific model at select airport locations in the Southeast and Southwest. The Camaro SS by Hendrick is more widely available at select airport locations around the country. In addition, Hertz also rents the standard Camaro SS in the “Elite Sports Car” category. Renters may be offered a similar car including the Ford Mustang GT if the Camaro is unavailable.
Rent a Camaro from Enterprise Exotic Car Collection
Enterprise rents the Camaro SS convertible as part of its “American Muscle Car” category. Renters may be offered a similar car if a Camaro is unavailable, such as a Ford Mustang GT and Dodge Challenger SRT. Renters can find the Camaro at several locations in California, Texas and Nevada.
Rent a Camaro from Sixt
Sixt says it offers the Chevrolet Camaro as part of its fleet, with two engine options: The more powerful V8, or V6 for better fuel efficiency. Renters may receive a similar model if the Camaro is unavailable.