Bargain Basement (Basement is the operative word)
Pros: I liked the low price that I booked for a 6-day rental. Also, the shuttle was relatively modern, clean, and comfortable.
Cons: Signage at the airport was inadequate. I had to ask a competitor how to find the shuttle to the offsite lot.j
The distance to the lot from the airport is not insignificant.
The lot is located in a run-down section, surrounded by a hurricane fence, and has as its office a junky old portable trailer. Not too nice.
The staff seem unable to keep up with returns and new customers. Wait times for shuttle pick up as well as for checking out a car seemed long.
After waiting 15 minutes or so to get to the counter, there was no option in full size vehicles when I was picking up my car. Only a '14 Impala (old style). I detest the old style Chevy Impala because I prefer to drive something comfortable, well made, and at least a little fun. The new style is great. The old Impala is none of those things. The only other option offered was a Kia Soul. So I took the Impala. However, when I got in it reeked of cigarette smoke. It also looked like it had been wrecked and repaired (poor panel fit, evidence of repaint). I had also noticed that I had been overcharged by $98. So I went back in and requested something else (which they did not argue about). They offered to clean up a recently returned Altima (a much better drive) and they fixed the overcharge on the contract. This car was in at least as rough of shape with evidence of rear-ending another vehicle (pinch points with rust near the headlight corners), not to mention the finish looked like it had been driven through a series of barbed wire fences. The wheel covers were chipped and cracked. The interior was filthy and the interior windshield and window glass was disgusting. These are all apparently very used vehicles (35,000 - 45,000 miles) with hard miles on them.
So I guess the old adage "you get what you pay for" stands. Very disappointing, though.