MOST FUEL EFFICIENT FLEET
We’re working to integrate cars into lower-impact urban mobility systems by continually seeking efficiencies in our fleet of over 1.3 million passenger vehicles, as well as in our shuttle buses at airport locations around the world.
PROVIDING RESPONSIBLE OPTIONS
In our 8,200 neighborhood and airport locations around the world, we offer a multitude of options to increase fuel efficiency. Today, approximately 56% of our vehicles average a highway fuel efficiency rating of at least 28 mpg, and 28% of our vehicles average 32 mpg or better. Enterprise offers extended-range EVs to customers in select markets, and these are available through our Driving Futures Network.
RUNNING CLEANER, RUNNING BETTER
Following conversions in 2012, approximately 80 percent of Enterprise’s airport shuttle buses now run on cleaner fuel, with approximately 50 percent using 5 percent biodiesel (B5), and roughly 25 percent using biodiesel (B20). This move saves millions of pounds of carbon emissions and paves the way for future use of a higher concentration, which is already in use in many of the company’s airport operations.
SHARE MORE, USE LESS
Enterprise CarShare is another way we help increase efficiencies. In almost 100 communities, including corporate campuses, university locations, military facilities and downtown hubs, we’re offering hourly rates to groups of people who typically rely on mass transit, but need a supplemental mobility option.