Uber Introduces uberXL To The Party

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Uber has just recently announced uberXL in the Atlanta market and the product consists of small to medium sized SUVs at a fraction of UberSUV.


According to Uber, you’ll have enough room for your whole entourage (up to six passengers) since uberXL offers:

Comfortable, convenient, and low-cost. You can expect pickups from Toyota Highlanders, Honda Pilots, and Nissan Pathfinders, among others.   

The pricing appears to be in a sweet spot, somewhere between uberx and Black Car. See below for the pricing details.

uberXL DetailsBottom Line

UberXL can add value if you pack the car full up to the maximum six people. For all others, it can offer a lower cost option than the next level up, uber Black Car. Look out for uberXL in a market near you.

If you haven’t already done so, consider signing up for an Uber account here. You’ll receive a free $30 credit for your first ride. With a sign up bonus like $30, it doesn’t make sense not to sign up.

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