"You're going to have one monthly payment, but you are going to have access to over 20 different vehicles," dealership president David Wyler said.
He says customers tell him they hate being stuck in the same car for 4 or 5 years, or more. With a subscription, he says, "you get your choice of GMC Sierras, Jeep Wranglers, Jeep Cherokees, even some midline Mercedes Benz cars and SUV's."
New car for each season
For a lot of people, Wyler says, this would be a dream come true: an SUV for January....a convertible for the summer...and if you need to move a student to college, a pickup truck for a couple of weeks.
Dealership digital manager Frank Wilson says you do it all from your smartphone, choosing the car you want that month, then waiting for it to be delivered to your home by valet (they also take the old one away).
Car buyer Brittany Meyer would love to swap out her Chrysler minivan. "I think its really cool, because you always want to try multiple different types of cars," she said. "Especially when you have a big car, sometimes you want a small car."
Costs and fine print
There's just one big downside: it's not cheap: $950 a month, double most car payments.
But it includes door-to-door service, all maintenance (you'll never pay for an oil change or tires), and most importantly they pay all insurance and taxes.
"You'll have full coverage insurance, no matter what car you drive," Wyler explained, so that you don't have to readjust your insurance premium every couple of months, depending on what you are driving.
Wyler also points out that while $950 sounds like a lot of money, a 5 year loan on a $50,000 SUV can cost $900 a month, if you don't make a hefty down payment.
We followed a valet taking a Mercedes SUV to the wife of a dealership employee, who was one of the first to sign up (and yes, they are paying the monthly fee).
"Oh this is awesome," she said, as the SUV arrived at her Clermont County home.
Interested? Check with any Jeff Wyler dealership.
Trend of the future
Don't scoff: this could be how you drive a car 10 years from now.