I'm flying to Phoenix with a friend in a couple of months for a week long vacation. We are planning to rent a 2 door Wrangler from Fox Rent a Car at the airport, then drive to Sedona and the Grand Canyon.
Is there anything I need to know about renting a Jeep for this kind of trip? I believe they are going to provide a base Sport model. I asked what kind of tires it would have, but they didn't know.
I don't plan on doing any serious offroad trails, just some basic trails in the Sedona area. I don't think Fox Rent a Car prohibits offroad driving, but I obviously have to be careful not to do any damage.
I don't know about shorts and tees. It gets kinda cool in the higher elevations. Went in May to Montizumas castle, Sedona, Prescotte, Up to Jerome. Was really cold. Just rent a car and when you get to Sedona do a jeep tour. Pretty rough country to rent without tools ect. and being prepared. Plenty of sights from the road. Take a hike!
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Sometimes I make decisions like famous people.
George Armstrong Custer "lets go over that hill, I think those are friendly indians!"
Titanic's Captain Smith "What icebergs? Full speed ahead!"
Thanks for the replies. Do you guys think a Wrangler Sport will be ok for the Sedona trails? I believe that's what Fox Rent a Car provides. I would prefer to just rent a Sport and keep it for the entire week, as long as it will get me through the trails ok.
Or do you think it's better to just rent a car at Phoenix airport, drive to Sedona and rent a Rubicon for the Sedona trails?