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I started the project already and i had some issues with creating Pivot Table.You
just need to download the PDF file and continue from step 11. steps 1
to 10 has been completed already. You need to just complete from step 11
to 23.There really not much left to do. The work can be done within an hour.J ust download the pdf file which is the instructions and the Excel file with is the work already started and CONTINUE from steps 11. Excel Project 2 – MS Excel(Spring 2019)Use
the project description below to complete this activity (all the
details are included in this document). For a review of the complete
rubric used in grading this exercise, click on the Assignments tab, then
on the title “Excel Project 2.” Click on Show Rubrics if the rubric is
not already displayed.SummaryCreate a Microsoft Excel workbook
with four worksheets that provides extensive use of Excel capabilities
including charting, and written analysis and recommendations in support
of a business enterprise.A large rental car company has two
metropolitan locations, one at the airport and another centrally located
in downtown. It has been operating since 2015 and each location
summarizes its car rental revenuequarterly. Both locations rent four
classes of cars: economy, premium, hybrid, SUV. Rental revenue is
maintained separately for the four classes of rental vehicles.The data for this case resides in the file spring2019rentalcars.txt and can be downloaded by clicking on theAssignments tab, then on the data file name. It is a text file (with the file type .txt).Do not create your own data. You must use the data provided and only the data provided.Default
Formatting. All labels, text, and numbers will be Arial 10, There will
be $ and comma and decimal point variations for numeric data, but Arial
10 will be the default font and font size.

Excel Project 2 – MS Excel
(Spring 2019)
Use the project description below to complete this activity (all the details are included in this document). For a
review of the complete rubric used in grading this exercise, click on the Assignments tab, then on the title
“Excel Project 2.” Click on Show Rubrics if the rubric is not already displayed.
Summary
Create a Microsoft Excel workbook with four worksheets that provides extensive use of Excel capabilities
including charting, and written analysis and recommendations in support of a business enterprise.
A large rental car company has two metropolitan locations, one at the airport and another centrally located in
downtown. It has been operating since 2015 and each location summarizes its car rental revenue
quarterly. Both locations rent four classes of cars: economy, premium, hybrid, SUV. Rental revenue is
maintained separately for the four classes of rental vehicles.
The data for this case resides in the file spring2019rentalcars.txt and can be downloaded by clicking on the
Assignments tab, then on the data file name. It is a text file (with the file type .txt).
Do not create your own data. You must use the data provided and only the data provided.
Default Formatting. All labels, text, and numbers will be Arial 10, There will be $ and comma and
decimal point variations for numeric data, but Arial 10 will be the default font and font size.
Tutorials
Note: Tutorials that address activities used in this project have been assigned in Week 1, 2 and 3.
Step
1
2
3
Requirement
Open Excel and save a blank workbook with the following
name:
a. “Student’s First InitialLast Name Excel Project 2” Example:
JSmith Excel Project 2.
b. Set Page Layout Orientation to Landscape.
Comments
Use Print Preview to
review how the first
worksheet would
print.
Change the name of the worksheet to Analysis by.
In the Analysis by worksheet:
a. Beginning in Row 1, enter the four labels in column
A (one label per row) in the following order: Name:,
Class/Section:, Project:, Date Due:
b. Place a blank row between each label. Please note
the colon : after each label.
c. Align the labels to the right side in the cells.
It may be necessary to adjust the column width so the four labels are
clearly visible within Column A (not extending into Column B).
Format for column A:



Arial 10 point
Normal font
Right-align all
four labels in the
cells
Step
4
Requirement
Comments
In the Analysis by worksheet with all entries in column C:
Format for column C:
a. Enter the appropriate values for your Name (in cell C1),
Class and Section (cell C3), Project (cell C5), and Date
(cell C7) across from the appropriate label in column A.
b. Use the formatting in the Comments column (to the right).



Arial 10 point
Bold
Left-align all four
values in the
cells
It may be necessary to adjust the column width so the four labels
are clearly visible within Column C (not extending into Column D).
5
a. Create new worksheets:
Data, Initial Analysis, and Profit Analysis
Upon completion, there should be Analysis by as well
as the three newly created worksheets.
b. Delete any other worksheets.
Note: The three new worksheets might not have Arial 10 point as
the default type so it may be necessary to change the font and
point to Arial 10 for the new worksheets.
6
If necessary, reorder the four worksheets so they are in the following
order: Analysis by, Data, Initial Analysis, Profit Analysis.
After clicking on the blank cell A1 (to select it) in the Data worksheet,
import the text file spring2019rentalcars.txt into the Data
worksheet. The data should begin in Column A, Row 1.
7
It will be necessary to change Revenue data to Currency format ($
and comma (thousands separators) with NO decimal points, and to
change NumCars data to number format, with NO decimal points,
but with the comma (thousands separator). Note: in the Currency
format there is NO space between the $ and the first numeric
character that follows the $.
Though the intent is to import the text file into the Data worksheet,
sometimes when text data is imported into a worksheet, a new
worksheet is created. If this happens, delete the blank Data
worksheet. Then change the name of the new worksheet with the
imported data as “Data”. Make sure worksheets are in the correct
order per Item 6.
Format:
all data (field names,
data text, and data
numbers)


Arial 10 point
Normal font
The field names should
be in the top row of the
worksheet with the
data directly under it in
rows. This action may
not be necessary as
this is part
of the Excel table
creation process. The
data should begin in
column A.
Step
Requirement
Comments
In the Data worksheet:
8
a. Create an Excel table with the recently imported data.
b. Pick a style with the styles group to format the table
(choose a style that shows banded rows, i.e., rows that
alternate between 2 colors).
c. The style should highlight the field names in the first row.
d. Ensure NO blank cells are part of the specified data range.
e. Ensure the table has headers.
f. Ensure that Header Row and Banded Rows are selected in
the Table Style Options Group Box, but do NOT select a
Total row.
In the Data worksheet:
9
a. Sort the entire table by Year (ascending)
b. Delete all 2017 rows and data. There should be one row for
titles and sixty-four rows of data after the 2017 data is deleted.
c. There should be no column or data truncation.
Copy the contents of the Data worksheet to both the Initial Analysis
and Profit Analysis worksheets, with cell A1 as upper left-hand
corner in for both worksheets.
10
a. The two worksheet Excel tables should meet the formatting
requirements of the Data worksheet specified in step 7 above.
b. There should be no column or data truncation.
c. Each of the destinations should have an Excel table.
Some adjustment may
be necessary to
column widths to
ensure all field names
and all data are
readable (not truncated
or obscured).
Step
Requirement
In the Initial Analysis worksheet, using the Excel table just copied
there:
11
a. Create a Pivot Table using all 2015 and 2016 data.
b. Locate the top edge of the Pivot Table at the top edge of
Row 1 and a few columns to the right of the data.
c. Display the total revenue for all four types (CarClass) of
vehicles in four columns with no breakdown by quarters.
(Put CarClass in the columns area of the PivotTable fields)
d. Display the total revenue for both Airport and Downtown
locations in two rows with no breakdown by quarters. (Put
Location in the rows area of the PivotTable fields).
e. Row and column calculations (sum) are required so that the
total revenue for EACH location and the total revenue for
EACH CarClass are visible in the pivot table. There must be
a grand total that represents the sum of ALL revenue.
f. Ensure that the formatting is as listed in the Comments
column.
g. Left justify both locations and Grand Total below both and
right justify four car classes and Grand Total to the right of
the four car classes in the pivot table.
h. Final step: Adjust column widths, if necessary, to eliminate
title and data truncation of the pivot table.
In the Initial Analysis worksheet, using the pivot table:
12
a. Create a column or bar type of chart that shows the total
revenue for each of the four vehicle types at each location.
b. Add a title that reflects the information presented by the chart.
c. The upper left corner of the chart should be one or two rows
below the above referenced pivot table and left-aligned with
the pivot table.
d. The chart should clearly indicate location and type of car.
Comments
Format (for pivot table
label, text, data as
appropriate):






Currency (leading
dollar sign) with no
space between the $
and the first number
No decimal places
Arial 10 point
Normal font
No title or data
truncation in the
pivot table.
Right-align the
column labels.
The chart should allow a
viewer to determine
approximate revenue
totals for each vehicle
total revenue at each
location.
The chart should have
no more than 8 bars or
columns.
For the two questions that follow, present your answers in the Initial Analysis worksheet in a very
readable format. These answers should be placed on the page below the pivot table and chart Do not
let the answers be “split” over more than one page. You can type your answer in one cell, then
highlighting and selecting several rows and columns, selecting merge cells and selecting Wrap Text. Do
NOT widen the columns as this will adversely impact the appearance of the pivot tables above. You will
want to change the text from Center to Left justification. Play with this a bit. If you simply type your
answer on a single line, that will also be ok. Be sure the entire answer can be read without the reader
having to change any formatting, scroll horizontally, or view the results in the cell contents box. Use
Currency (leading dollar sign) with no space between the $ and the first number format for dollar
figures.
Step
13
Requirement
Comments
Question 1: Based on the pivot table above, which location for 2015 Use the following text
and 2016 combined produced the most revenue? How much revenue format:
was it?
• Arial 10 point
a. Label your response Question 1.
• Normal/Black
b. Answer this question in 1 or 2 sentences.
• Left-align text in the
cell
Question 2. Based on the pivot table above, which combination of
location and car class for 2015 and 2016 combined produced the
most revenue? How much revenue was it?
14
a. Label your response Question 2.
b. Answer this question in 1 to 2 sentences.
In the Profit Analysis worksheet:
15
Use the following text
format:



Arial 10 point
Normal/Black
Left-align text in the
cell
Use the following text
format:
a. In Row 1 and in the column to the immediate right of
NumCars label, add the following labels in the following order: •
Expenses, Profit, ProfitperCar

(three labels, each at the top of a column)

b. If necessary, adjust column widths to eliminate truncation.
Arial 10 point
Normal/Black
Left-align text in the
cell
c. The Excel table should be extended three columns to the right after
adding these three new columns.
In the Profit Analysis worksheet:
16
a. In Row 1, two columns to the right of the Profit per Car label
add the label: Hybrid Expense per Car.
b. In Row 2, in the same column as Hybrid Expenses add the
label Non-Hybrid Expense per Car.
Use the following text
format:



Arial 10 point
Bold
Left-align text in the
cell
DO NOT adjust column widths for these two labels. The blank
column to the left of these two labels will prevent these two labels
from becoming a right extension of the Excel table.
17
In the Profit Analysis worksheet:
Format:
In the next totally visible cell (no content bleed over from label) in Row
1 add 100 for Hybrid Expense per Car in Row 1 and in Row 2 add 50
for Non-Hybrid Expense per Car. The absolute cell addresses of these
two numeric values will be used to calculate Expenses in the Excel
table for each row.



Currency (leading
dollar sign) with no
space between the $
and the first number
No decimal places
Arial 10 point

• Normal font
Step
18
19
Requirement
In the Profit Analysis worksheet:
Comments
Format:
Expenses costs include maintenance, cleaning, and administrative
expenses associated for a car rental. The Expenses for one rental
transaction will be determined from the values specified in the
worksheet. DO NOT enter the values in this column on a cell by cell
basis.
a. In the first cell directly under the Expenses label, calculate the
total Expenses that corresponds to the number of cars rented
IN THAT ROW (NumCars) using an “IF” statement to as part
of the formula to determine the value of Expenses for one
vehicle.
b. First, use the “IF” statement to determine the single vehicle
Expenses and second, edit the cell contents to multiply it by
the NumCars so that the Expenses value represents the total
Expenses costs for the Number of Cars (NumCars) rented
that row. Expenses = Numcars * Expense per Car
c. Use the absolute cell address for the numerical Expenses
value for ONE vehicle which should then be multiplied by the
number of cars in each row.
d. Adjust column width as needed to eliminate truncation after
format adjustments.
Note: the use of absolute cell addresses allows those Expenses
values to be changed and then by recalculation, update the entire
Excel table. It can be helpful to double-check a hybrid and a nonhybrid row with a calculator for calculation accuracy.




Currency (leading
dollar sign) with no
space between the $
and the first number.
No decimal places
Arial 10 point
Normal font
In the Profit Analysis Worksheet:
Format:
a. In the first cell directly under the Profit label, calculate total
profit by subtracting Expenses from revenue (should be a
• Currency (leading
dollar sign) with no
positive number). (Revenue – Expenses). Then repeat the
space between the $
formula for each row below.
and the first digit.
b. In the first cell directly under the ProfitperCar label, divide
• No decimal places
Profit by NumCars (Profit/Numcars). Then repeat the formula
for Profit and two
for each row below.
decimal places for
c. Adjust column widths as needed to eliminate truncation after
ProfitperCar data
formatting.
• Arial 10 point
• Normal font
Verifying the accuracy of a few cells calculation with a calculator can
be helpful.
Step
20
Requirement
In the Profit Analysis worksheet:
a. Create a Pivot Table using all 2015 and 2016 data.
b. Locate the top edge of the Pivot Table in Row 4 and leftaligned with the left edge of the Hybrid Expenses label.
c. Display the total profit for all four types (CarClass) of vehicles
in four columns with no breakdown by quarters. (Put CarClass
in the columns area of the PivotTable fields).
d. Display the total profit for both Airport and Downtown locations
in two rows with no breakdown by quarters. (Put Location in
the rows area of the PivotTable fields).
e. Row and column calculations (sum) are required so that the
total profit for EACH location and the total profit for each
CarClass are visible in the pivot table. There must be a grand
total that represents the sum of all profit.
f. Format required listed in the Comments column.
g. Left justify both locations and Grand Total below and right
justify four car classes and the Grand Total to the right of the
four car classes in the pivot table.
h. Final step: Adjust columns widths, if necessary, to eliminate
title and data truncation of the pivot table.
In the Profit Analysis worksheet:
21
a. Create a Pivot Table using all of the 2015 and 2016 data.
b. Position the upper left corner to left align with the pivot table
above and two rows below the pivot table above.
c. Display the average profit for all four types (carclass) of
Row and
columnincalculations
(sum)
required so by
that
the total(Put
profit
vehicles
four columns
with are
no breakdown
quarters.
for EACH
locationinand
total profit
EACH
carclassfields).
are visible in
CarClass
the the
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area for
of the
PivotTable
the d.
pivot
table. the
There
must profit
be a grand
total
(sum)and
thatDowntown
represents the
Display
average
for both
Airport
sum of locations
ALL profit.in two rows with no breakdown by quarters. (Put
e. Position
the upper
corner
Table fields).
in the same
Location
in theleft
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areaof
ofthe
thePivot
PivotTable
column
as
the
Hybrid
Expense
per
Car
label
begins
and two so
rows
e. Row and column calculations (average) are required
that
below it.the average profit for EACH location and the average profit for
f. Use EACH
format CarClass
as definedare
in visible
the Comments.
in the pivot table. There must be a
composite average (average) that represents the average of
Locate all
theprofit
top edge
of the Pivot Table in Row 4 and left aligned with
values.
f.
Format
required
listed in the Comments column.
the Hybrid Expenses label.
g. Left justify both locations and Grand total below and right
justify four car classes and the Grand Total to the right of the
four car classes in the pivot table.
h. Final step: Adjust column widths, if necessary, to eliminate
title and data truncation in BOTH pivot tables.
Comments
Format (for pivot table
labels, text, data as
appropriate):




Currency (leading
dollar sign) with no
space between the
$ and the first
number.
No decimal places
Arial 10 point
Normal font
Format (for pivot table
labels, text, data as
appropriate):





Currency (leading
dollar sign) with no
space between the $
and the first number.
No decimal places
Arial 10 point
Right-align pivot
table column labels
Normal font
For the questions below, in the Profit Analysis worksheet, present your answers in a very readable
Please note: This pivot table displays average NOT total.
format left-aligned with and one or two rows beneath the lower pivot table. You can type your answer
in one cell, then highlight and select several rows and columns, selecting merge cells and selecting
Wrap Text. Do NOT widen the columns as this will adversely impact the appearance of the worksheet
items above. You will want to change the text from Center to Left justification. Play with this a bit. If
you simply type your answer on a single line in that will also be ok. But be sure the entire answer can
be read without the reader having to change any formatting. Reading the answer in the cell
editor is NOT acceptable, the answer must be visible in the worksheet itself. Use Currency
(leading dollar sign) with no space between the $ and the first number format for dollar figures.
Question 1: Based on the upper pivot table, which of the two
locations produces the greater profit (include the profit figure) and
which vehicle class of the four produces the least profit (include the
profit figure)?
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Format:



Label your response Question 1. Answer this question in 2 to 3
sentences one or two rows below and left-aligned with the lower
pivot table.
Question 2: Based on the lower pivot table, which
combination of location and carclass is MOST profitable on
a quarterly basis and which combination is least profitable
on a quarterly basis car (include the average quarterly
values with the answer).
23
Label your response Question 2. Answer this question in 2 to 3
sentences in a new row left-aligned with the Question 1 response
and one or two rows beneath it.
Arial 10 point
Normal/Black
Left-align text in the
cell
Format:



Arial 10 point
Normal/Black
Left-align text in the
cell
Name:
Class/Section:
IFSM 201 6981
Project:
Excel project 2
Due Date:
3/10/2019
Year
2015
2015
2015
2015
2015
2015
2015
2015
2015
2015
2015
2015
2015
2015
2015
2015
2015
2015
2015
2015
2015
2015
2015
2015
2015
2015
2015
2015
2015
2015
2015
2015
2016
2016
2016
2016
2016
2016
2016
2016
2016
2016
2016
2016
2016
2016
2016
2016
2016
2016
2016
2016
2016
Quarter
Q3
Q3
Q4
Q4
Q2
Q1
Q2
Q1
Q4
Q4
Q3
Q2
Q3
Q1
Q1
Q2
Q4
Q4
Q3
Q2
Q3
Q1
Q1
Q2
Q4
Q4
Q3
Q2
Q3
Q1
Q1
Q2
Q4
Q1
Q4
Q3
Q2
Q3
Q1
Q2
Q3
Q2
Q1
Q2
Q4
Q3
Q1
Q4
Q3
Q2
Q1
Q2
Q4
Location
Downtown
Airport
Airport
Downtown
Airport
Airport
Downtown
Downtown
Airport
Downtown
Downtown
Downtown
Airport
Downtown
Airport
Airport
Airport
Downtown
Downtown
Downtown
Airport
Downtown
Airport
Airport
Airport
Downtown
Downtown
Downtown
Airport
Downtown
Airport
Airport
Airport
Downtown
Downtown
Downtown
Downtown
Airport
Airport
Airport
Airport
Airport
Airport
Downtown
Airport
Downtown
Downtown
Downtown
Airport
Airport
Airport
Downtown
Airport
CarClass
Economy
Economy
Economy
Economy
Economy
Economy
Economy
Economy
Premium
Premium
Premium
Premium
Premium
Premium
Premium
Premium
SUV
SUV
SUV
SUV
SUV
SUV
SUV
SUV
Hybrid
Hybrid
Hybrid
Hybrid
Hybrid
Hybrid
Hybrid
Hybrid
Economy
Economy
Economy
Economy
Economy
Economy
Economy
Economy
Premium
Premium
Premium
Premium
Premium
Premium
Premium
Premium
SUV
SUV
SUV
SUV
SUV
Revenue
$794,856.00
$724,486.00
$632,148.00
$525,148.00
$496,013.00
$464,013.00
$391,689.00
$370,241.00
$655,270.00
$615,940.00
$533,194.00
$481,290.00
$498,833.00
$365,860.00
$370,925.00
$312,988.00
$637,670.00
$615,225.00
$533,595.00
$481,501.00
$498,324.00
$366,237.00
$371,603.00
$312,944.00
$654,842.00
$615,611.00
$533,362.00
$481,692.00
$499,207.00
$366,140.00
$371,350.00
$313,365.00
$947,474.00
$741,697.00
$727,150.00
$703,000.00
$661,733.00
$613,034.00
$515,134.00
$380,115.00
$679,490.00
$618,926.00
$584,122.00
$516,403.00
$557,750.00
$510,460.00
$438,472.00
$445,621.00
$679,353.00
$618,609.00
$583,899.00
$516,555.00
$557,944.00
2016
2016
2016
2016
2016
2016
2016
2016
2016
2016
2016
Q3
Q1
Q4
Q3
Q2
Q1
Q2
Q4
Q3
Q1
Q4
Downtown
Downtown
Downtown
Airport
Airport
Airport
Downtown
Airport
Downtown
Downtown
Downtown
SUV
SUV
SUV
Hybrid
Hybrid
Hybrid
Hybrid
Hybrid
Hybrid
Hybrid
Hybrid
$511,270.00
$438,353.00
$444,866.00
$679,828.00
$618,220.00
$583,871.00
$516,666.00
$558,473.00
$510,543.00
$438,775.00
$444,981.00
NumCars
5,421
4,784
4,158
3,509
3,391
3,313
2,800
2,769
3,941
3,904
3,434
3,150
3,060
2,444
2,397
1,998
4,161
4,145
3,653
3,331
3,255
2,572
2,548
2,091
4,023
3,994
3,496
3,189
3,145
2,482
2,462
2,047
5,261
4,938
4,662
4,583
4,347
3,606
3,349
2,216
3,932
3,607
3,470
3,156
3,138
3,062
2,720
2,622
4,144
3,833
3,673
3,305
3,286
3,251
2,857
2,766
3,975
3,700
3,566
3,227
3,170
3,120
2,787
2,680
Year
Quarter
Location
CarClass
Revenue
NumCars
2015 Q3
Downtown
Economy
$794,856.00
5,421
2015 Q3
Airport
Economy
$724,486.00
4,784
2015 Q4
Airport
Economy
$632,148.00
4,158
2015 Q4
Downtown
Economy
$525,148.00
3,509
2015 Q2
Airport
Economy
$496,013.00
3,391
2015 Q1
Airport
Economy
$464,013.00
3,313
2015 Q2
Downtown
Economy
$391,689.00
2,800
2015 Q1
Downtown
Economy
$370,241.00
2,769
2015 Q4
Airport
Premium
$655,270.00
3,941
2015 Q4
Downtown
Premium
$615,940.00
3,904
2015 Q3
Downtown
Premium
$533,194.00
3,434
2015 Q2
Downtown
Premium
$481,290.00
3,150
2015 Q3
Airport
Premium
$498,833.00
3,060
2015 Q1
Downtown
Premium
$365,860.00
2,444
2015 Q1
Airport
Premium
$370,925.00
2,397
2015 Q2
Airport
Premium
$312,988.00
1,998
2015 Q4
Airport
SUV
$637,670.00
4,161
2015 Q4
Downtown
SUV
$615,225.00
4,145
2015 Q3
Downtown
SUV
$533,595.00
3,653
2015 Q2
Downtown
SUV
$481,501.00
3,331
2015 Q3
Airport
SUV
$498,324.00
3,255
2015 Q1
Downtown
SUV
$366,237.00
2,572
2015 Q1
Airport
SUV
$371,603.00
2,548
2015 Q2
Airport
SUV
$312,944.00
2,091
2015 Q4
Airport
Hybrid
$654,842.00
4,023
2015 Q4
Downtown
Hybrid
$615,611.00
3,994
2015 Q3
Downtown
Hybrid
$533,362.00
3,496
2015 Q2
Downtown
Hybrid
$481,692.00
3,189
2015 Q3
Airport
Hybrid
$499,207.00
3,145
2015 Q1
Downtown
Hybrid
$366,140.00
2,482
2015 Q1
Airport
Hybrid
$371,350.00
2,462
2015 Q2
Airport
Hybrid
$313,365.00
2,047
2016 Q4
Airport
Economy
$947,474.00
5,261
2016 Q1
Downtown
Economy
$741,697.00
4,938
2016 Q4
Downtown
Economy
$727,150.00
4,662
2016 Q3
Downtown
Economy
$703,000.00
4,583
2016 Q2
Downtown
Economy
$661,733.00
4,347
2016 Q3
Airport
Economy
$613,034.00
3,606
2016 Q1
Airport
Economy
$515,134.00
3,349
2016 Q2
Airport
Economy
$380,115.00
2,216
2016 Q3
Airport
Premium
$679,490.00
3,932
2016 Q2
Airport
Premium
$618,926.00
3,607
2016 Q1
Airport
Premium
$584,122.00
3,470
2016 Q2
Downtown
Premium
$516,403.00
3,156
2016 Q4
Airport
Premium
$557,750.00
3,138
2016 Q3
Downtown
Premium
$510,460.00
3,062
2016 Q1
Downtown
Premium
$438,472.00
2,720
2016 Q4
Downtown
Premium
$445,621.00
2,622
2016 Q3
Airport
SUV
$679,353.00
4,144
2016 Q2
Airport
SUV
$618,609.00
3,833
2016 Q1
Airport
SUV
$583,899.00
3,673
2016 Q2
Downtown
SUV
$516,555.00
3,305
2016 Q4
Airport
SUV
$557,944.00
3,286
2016 Q3
Downtown
SUV
$511,270.00
3,251
2016 Q1
Downtown
SUV
$438,353.00
2,857
2016 Q4
Downtown
SUV
$444,866.00
2,766
2016 Q3
Airport
Hybrid
$679,828.00
3,975
2016 Q2
Airport
Hybrid
$618,220.00
3,700
2016 Q1
Airport
Hybrid
$583,871.00
3,566
2016 Q2
Downtown
Hybrid
$516,666.00
3,227
2016 Q4
Airport
Hybrid
$558,473.00
3,170
2016 Q3
Downtown
Hybrid
$510,543.00
3,120
2016 Q1
Downtown
Hybrid
$438,775.00
2,787
2016 Q4
Downtown
Hybrid
$444,981.00
2,680
Year
Quarter
Location
CarClass
Revenue
NumCars
2015 Q3
Downtown
Economy
$794,856.00
5,421
2015 Q3
Airport
Economy
$724,486.00
4,784
2015 Q4
Airport
Economy
$632,148.00
4,158
2015 Q4
Downtown
Economy
$525,148.00
3,509
2015 Q2
Airport
Economy
$496,013.00
3,391
2015 Q1
Airport
Economy
$464,013.00
3,313
2015 Q2
Downtown
Economy
$391,689.00
2,800
2015 Q1
Downtown
Economy
$370,241.00
2,769
2015 Q4
Airport
Premium
$655,270.00
3,941
2015 Q4
Downtown
Premium
$615,940.00
3,904
2015 Q3
Downtown
Premium
$533,194.00
3,434
2015 Q2
Downtown
Premium
$481,290.00
3,150
2015 Q3
Airport
Premium
$498,833.00
3,060
2015 Q1
Downtown
Premium
$365,860.00
2,444
2015 Q1
Airport
Premium
$370,925.00
2,397
2015 Q2
Airport
Premium
$312,988.00
1,998
2015 Q4
Airport
SUV
$637,670.00
4,161
2015 Q4
Downtown
SUV
$615,225.00
4,145
2015 Q3
Downtown
SUV
$533,595.00
3,653
2015 Q2
Downtown
SUV
$481,501.00
3,331
2015 Q3
Airport
SUV
$498,324.00
3,255
2015 Q1
Downtown
SUV
$366,237.00
2,572
2015 Q1
Airport
SUV
$371,603.00
2,548
2015 Q2
Airport
SUV
$312,944.00
2,091
2015 Q4
Airport
Hybrid
$654,842.00
4,023
2015 Q4
Downtown
Hybrid
$615,611.00
3,994
2015 Q3
Downtown
Hybrid
$533,362.00
3,496
2015 Q2
Downtown
Hybrid
$481,692.00
3,189
2015 Q3
Airport
Hybrid
$499,207.00
3,145
2015 Q1
Downtown
Hybrid
$366,140.00
2,482
2015 Q1
Airport
Hybrid
$371,350.00
2,462
2015 Q2
Airport
Hybrid
$313,365.00
2,047
2016 Q4
Airport
Economy
$947,474.00
5,261
2016 Q1
Downtown
Economy
$741,697.00
4,938
2016 Q4
Downtown
Economy
$727,150.00
4,662
2016 Q3
Downtown
Economy
$703,000.00
4,583
2016 Q2
Downtown
Economy
$661,733.00
4,347
2016 Q3
Airport
Economy
$613,034.00
3,606
2016 Q1
Airport
Economy
$515,134.00
3,349
2016 Q2
Airport
Economy
$380,115.00
2,216
2016 Q3
Airport
Premium
$679,490.00
3,932
2016 Q2
Airport
Premium
$618,926.00
3,607
2016 Q1
Airport
Premium
$584,122.00
3,470
2016 Q2
Downtown
Premium
$516,403.00
3,156
2016 Q4
Airport
Premium
$557,750.00
3,138
2016 Q3
Downtown
Premium
$510,460.00
3,062
2016 Q1
Downtown
Premium
$438,472.00
2,720
2016 Q4
Downtown
Premium
$445,621.00
2,622
2016 Q3
Airport
SUV
$679,353.00
4,144
2016 Q2
Airport
SUV
$618,609.00
3,833
2016 Q1
Airport
SUV
$583,899.00
3,673
2016 Q2
Downtown
SUV
$516,555.00
3,305
2016 Q4
Airport
SUV
$557,944.00
3,286
2016 Q3
Downtown
SUV
$511,270.00
3,251
2016 Q1
Downtown
SUV
$438,353.00
2,857
2016 Q4
Downtown
SUV
$444,866.00
2,766
2016 Q3
Airport
Hybrid
$679,828.00
3,975
2016 Q2
Airport
Hybrid
$618,220.00
3,700
2016 Q1
Airport
Hybrid
$583,871.00
3,566
2016 Q2
Downtown
Hybrid
$516,666.00
3,227
2016 Q4
Airport
Hybrid
$558,473.00
3,170
2016 Q3
Downtown
Hybrid
$510,543.00
3,120
2016 Q1
Downtown
Hybrid
$438,775.00
2,787
2016 Q4
Downtown
Hybrid
$444,981.00
2,680

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