Car Rentals Shawnee
Cheap Car Rentals Shawnee
If you’re looking for cheap car rentals in Shawnee, Kansas, you’ve come to the right place. We offer the best prices on our entire fleet of vehicles including SUVs and minivans. We also have a variety of cars and trucks to choose from. Whether you want to rent a compact car or a large SUV, we have something for everyone.
We offer our customers one of the best selections of vehicles available at any price point. Our selection includes compact cars like the Ford Focus, luxury SUVs like the Mercedes-Benz GLA 250, and sports cars like the Nissan 370Z. If you’re looking for something that’s more practical than stylish, we also have minivan options such as the Toyota Sienna or Chrysler Town & Country.
Our staff is committed to providing excellent customer service every time you visit us or call us with questions about our services or vehicles. You can expect friendly greetings from our staff members when you arrive at our location or call us with questions about your reservation or vehicle rental process before your arrival date!
Shawnee is the county seat of Johnson County, Kansas. As of the 2010 census, the city population was 53,375. It is home to the University of Kansas Hospital and St. Luke’s Hospital, which are affiliated with the University of Kansas Medical Center.
Shawnee was named after a Delaware Indian village in Ohio. The Shawnee migrated west as a part of Tecumseh’s Stockade during the War of 1812 and eventually settled in Missouri. After they were forced to leave their Missouri lands under the Platte Purchase, they raided American settlements in Kentucky and Illinois during the War of 1812. This led to an exodus from Kentucky and Tennessee into Missouri which created tension between pro-slavery and anti-slavery factions in the state leading up to the Civil War.
The area that would become Shawnee was part of a large tract owned by Major William Salsbury who operated a salt works on land where Shawnee Mission Medical Center now stands. In 1854 William Salsbury sold 80 acres (324,000 m2) to James Gregory and George Worrell for $400 and then sold them another 100 acres (0.40 km2) for $600 on