Motor Inn of Spirit Lake is proud to offer short-term car rentals for our customers. Our rental specialists at Motor Inn have compiled a number of reasons to consider renting from a dealership instead of a rental agency.
Know which car you’re
Most rental companies tell you what kind of vehicle you can expect to rent, but don’t let you choose exactly what model you will get when you show up. By renting from Motor Inn, you can choose exactly what vehicle you want to drive. This provides certainty when you’re booking your rental and even lets you take an extended test drive before you buy that car.
The maintenance experts at Motor Inn of Spirit Lake are
certified to repair and service the vehicles we rent out to customers, which
means you can worry less about mechanical failures when you’re on the road.
While other rental services are expected to maintain dozens of makes and models
at a non-stop pace, we at Motor Inn take our time and provide thorough service on
all our rentals.
No unexpected charges
Rental agencies are infamous for including unnecessary charges for extras like GPS, satellite radio, and tolls. Additionally, traditional rental counters often work hard to upsell you on redundant insurance policies already covered under your standard auto insurance coverage. At Motor Inn of Spirit Lake, we offer reasonable rental rates without any unexpected charges.
Contact Motor Inn of Spirit Lake if you are looking to rent a car, truck, or SUV.
GMC trucks are built tough, which is why the new Sierra
Denali 1500 and Sierra AT4 1500 will include brand-new CarbonPro™ beds. If
you’re curious to learn more about this new bed liner, here is an overview.
What is a CarbonPro™ bed?
CarbonPro™ is a composite made of carbon fiber that is extremely durable and resistant to scratches, dings, and corrosion. GMC global vice president Duncan Aldred said of the new CarbonPro™ bed liner, “CarbonPro™ is made of the same raw material found in seven-figure super cars and even aerospace applications. Coupled with offering the world’s first six-function MultiPro tailgate, the 2019 Sierra packs a one-two hauling punch for whatever the situation demands.”
Why choose a CarbonPro™
GMC wanted to make sure the CarbonPro™ bed was up for
anything, which is why it was brutally tested. These tests ensured it could
handle 1800 pounds of gravel dropped from alternating heights, a snowmobile
running its tracks at full speed against the bed, and the heat and cold of
extreme locations like Yuma and Kapukasing. In all test cases, the CarbonPro™
bed came away with only minimal signs of wear. The GMC CarbonPro™ bed also
eliminates the need for a spray-in bed liner, and increases the Sierra’s
payload due to its lightweight nature.
Visit Motor Inn Auto Group to see the new CarbonPro™ bed in the GMC Sierra 1500 today.
Many people assume that Iowa is a flat state full of miles and miles of corn fields. But, there are more than a few skiing resorts peppering the Hawkeye State. While these resorts might not offer extreme vertical heights of other states’ slopes, they can still give you and your family a lot of fun in the winter.
Mt. Crescent Ski Area
The Mt. Crescent Ski Area is in the mountainous terrain of
the Iowa Bluffs about 15 miles northeast of Omaha, Nebraska. This has become a
popular place to learn to ski or snowboard. They are open every weekend through
the winter and, thanks to their snow machines, there is always a “100 percent
chance of snow.” Even if you’d rather not ski or snowboard, you can come here
for the great sledding hills.
Located in Boone, Seven Oaks is a great place to go in
central Iowa if you love skiing. The resort features 11 runs that vary in
difficulty. It also offers a trail yard, a beginner’s area, and a terrain park.
In addition, the park routinely offers late-night skiing events for the more
adventurous skiing fan in your family.
Located near Dubuque, Sundown Mountain is always ready for winter fun. The resort features 21 scenic trails, two terrain parks, and two mountaintop lodges with spectacular views. If you’re looking for an extended ski vacation, Sundown Mountain might just be the perfect destination. Iowa has much to offer for the adventurous skiing fan. For an outdoorsy SUV you can take your skis and snow clothes in, check out the newest vehicles at one of the Motor Inn Auto stores.
In 2016, at the State Fair of Texas, Chevrolet introduced its Chevy Truck Legends program. This program was the start of a big celebration for the 100-year history of Chevy trucks, which occurred in 2018. The goal of the Chevy Truck Legends program is to reward the most loyal Chevrolet truck owners.
It is free to join the program; however, there are some
criteria before you can earn your Legend status. You must fit into one of two
- Be the owner of a Chevy truck with at least
100,000 miles on the odometer
- Own a Chevy truck, and have purchased or leased
at least two new Chevy trucks in your lifetime
Once you are part of this legendary group, you get to enjoy
a wide range of benefits. All members receive an exclusive Truck Legends cap
and Legends decals. Chevrolet will also occasionally send out special
invitations to exclusive events.
Online, you can share your truck photos and stories with other members in the group gallery. You will also be eligible to receive special discounts from Chevy partners and purchase exclusive merchandise. In just over three years, the Truck Legends program has grown to more than 60,000 members from all across the country. If you want to join this prestigious group and become a Chevy Truck Legend, you can purchase a new or pre-owned Chevy truck from the Motor Inn Auto Group.
Since the Ford Mustang debuted 55 years ago, the pony car has become an icon. Now, the American carmaker is looking to expand the Mustang lineup with a vehicle that represents two firsts: The Ford Mustang Mach-E is the first-ever Mustang-inspired SUV, and it is the first all-electric Mustang, shaking up the way people see electric-only performance.
The Mach-E is a sleekly designed SUV that embodies the
Mustang’s rebellious spirit with its low stance and sculpted hood. With its
spirited performance, there’s no doubt that the newest addition to the Mustang
lineup is a one-of-a-kind ride.
Set to arrive in late 2020, the Mustang Mach-E will come
with either rear- or all-wheel drive. You can also opt for either a standard or
extended-range battery. When the Mach-E is equipped with the extended-range battery
and rear-wheel drive, it will be capable of an EPA-estimated range of at least
300 miles. It will even boast a targeted 332 horsepower and 417 lb-ft of torque
–extremely impressive numbers for an all-electric vehicle.
This new vehicle will even have the option of two
special-performance variants. The GT model can hit 60 mph in just under four
seconds, while the GT Performance Edition will hit 60 mph from a standstill in
the mid-three-second range.
Motor Inn of Spirit Lake is excited to see this new innovation from Ford and look forward to having it among our wide selection of Mustang sports cars.