Borrow VS the competition
With so many different options for short-term transportation available on the market, we get it if you’re a bit overwhelmed. That’s why we took the time to compare costs across the board so you don’t have to. Our conclusion: Borrow’s electric car subscription model is not only flexible and convenient, but also affordable. Here’s a breakdown of the numbers we crunched.
At Borrow, subscribing to a Fiat EV for 3 months is only $1500 with no down payment. That same Fiat at a competitor would cost you over $110 more and you’d have to fork over a downpayment just to get into it, too. Looking at Enterprise’s economy option, the price jumps to over $160 more than Borrow’s subscription service.
Even though using a ride share service like Lyft or Uber might seem cheaper in the short term, the money adds up over time. If a ride share app was your only mode of transportation, the price would eventually cost far more than a three month subscription to borrow.
The pricing story is not only true for our Fiats, our users also get a competitive deal when subscribing to our BMW i3’s, Nissan Leaf’s, and even our Tesla’s. We make sure that every offering in our electric vehicle fleet is one of the best deals in town by always pricing them competitively. So, the only question left to answer is, why buy when you can Borrow?
What is Borrow?
Borrow is an electric vehicle subscription company with one goal: to make driving an EV as simple and accessible as possible. It’s the only vehicle subscription service of its kind and is bringing the future of car ownership to its customers today.