Car hire customers are recommended to book early with Sixt’s no hidden charges following the shortage of rental cars in Spain

20 Feb 2012 by Matthew Fransioli     
Filed under: Car Hire in Spain     Tags: , ,

 Customers are urged to book ahead for any rentals in spain following the collapse of Auriga Crown, which will be removing between 15,000-18,000 hire cars from their fleet. AC became under investigation for price fixing, and was among a further 15 companies under investigation. It is expected that these fines from the Spanish authorities will be passed onto the customer.

The shortage is also feared that some rental companies will bump up their current prices. Although average prices are around 25% cheaper than last year, certain waivers are not been made public fooling customers into renting a vehicle then realising these so called ‘super covers’ need to be added onto the final bill. From 30-50% of customers take out excess waiver insurance on top of their rental and Sixt is proud to announce there are no ‘hidden charges’ behind our rental costs as our excess waiver insurance is included in the rental cost.

As seen in the Sunday times, to hire a car at Malaga Airport for easter week from Sixt is not only the most affordable but also has the excess insurance waiver included in the price. Sixt are also planning to keep the prices down if your hire before 26th of February Sixt is offering up to 25% off car hire from now till the end of August.

We here at Sixt aim to put the customer first, book now to avoid any disappointment!

As seen in:

Rental Cost

EWI

Increase

Sixt

£117.00

Included

0.00%

Alamo

£144.00

£69.97

48.00%

Avis

£127.00

£87.50

69.00%

Europcar

£122.00

£92.89

76.00%

Hertz

£126.00

£107.38

85.00%

Budget

£137.00

£152.74

111.00%

 

 (Data Sourced 20/02/2012)

 

Book now for discounts in Spain!

 

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