Just what is an intermediate car at National?

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  1. djh96

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    After reading many threads about National and Emerald Aisle, I wondering what are the cars National classifies as intermediates?
    I've read threads about cars that the companies classify as midsize but National calls them fullsize. If all we can get is intermediate, what will that be? Thanks

    Kim
     
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  3. BobH

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  4. djh96

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    Bob, thanks for info but this just shows Grand am. I see many cars named on these threads that aren't listed on National site. Was curious what other vehicles people have seen in Orlando as intermediates.

    Kim
     
  5. BobH

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    You really need to check each company's web site to get the info on what size car they consider an intermediate. Some companies use GM others use Ford and Chrysler. They can always substitute another vehicle - usually you'll bet upgraded - if they run out of cars of a particular size.
     
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    Other intermeidates I have seen at National - Olds Alero, Toyota Corolla. I think they may also classify a Dodge Stratus as intermediate.
     
  7. djh96

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    Thanks, that's the info I was looking for!
     
  8. RalphMouth

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    In FLL we had the Pont Grand Am- not a bad car IMHO
    also saw Corollas & Saturn Ion as well-
     
  9. GAIL HAYDEN

    GAIL HAYDEN DVC Member since '92

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    Just a FYI, if you call National they will give you a list of what is available at any location in the USA. The number is toll free.
     

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