Turo Go is the system that allows renters to unlock and lock cars through the Turo app. If you want to rent out your car on the platform, it removes the hassle of meeting the renters. However, there is some model, make, and year eligibility requirements for the cars to use Turo Go.
On Turo’s website, there is a list of eligible cars but this list is outdated. For example, It lists BMW X1 2014 and newer models as eligible. When I tried to onboard my BMW X1 2014, they said it’s not compatible.
After some email exchanges with Turo Support, they provided the screenshots below. This is the updated list of Turo Go eligible vehicles. Screenshots are blurry but they are readable.
Note: I talked with Getaround Support as well. They support pretty much all cars! If your car is not eligible for Turo Go, give it a try with Getaround.
Even if your car’s model and year are on the list, you should pass the requirements below as well (Source):
- Be located in an eligible market area to register
- Anywhere in the US and UK
- Canada: Alberta, British Columbia, Ontario, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, and Quebec
- Have an OEM Connected Car subscription and must keep that subscription paid for and up to date.
- Have hosted 3+ completed trips
- Meet these performance metrics: Response rate of at least 85%; Acceptance rate of at least 60%; Commitment rate of at least 80%; Five-star trips rate of at least 80%
1 thought on “The updated list of Turo Go Eligible Cars”
I have 2 Toyota Camrys that are 2023 and when I first go through the setup of Turo go each car shows manage on Turo go tab but then after a few seconds the manage link changes to contact support. I click on that link but it brings me to the generic Turo support page. I contacted support and they say Turo go doesn’t support 2023 Toyota Camry. Newest model year is 2022