Hertz Introduces Family Collection in Europe

The Hertz Corp. launched a Family Collection for travelers across seven countries in Europe. The collection features spacious and comfortable vehicles ideal for family and friends travelling together.

Depending on the location, customers will be able to choose from Renault Scenic, Ford Galaxy and the Mercedes B Class vehicles.

In addition, through Hertz’s partnership with Opel and Vauxhall, the fleet of family-friendly vehicles in the collection will offer the Meriva. The Meriva is equipped with the FlexDoors system for easier car entry, adjustable seating and multi-level storage.

By using a discount code at the time of booking, drivers can upgrade to add an additional driver at no cost — so parents can share the driving duties on the road with their child.

Bookings made throughout April will also include a free child seat.

“The Hertz Family Collection will provide families with everything they could need to make their journeys as seamless and stress-free as possible,” said Hertz International President Michel Taride. “The Collection is a prime example of our meeting customer requirements.”

Vehicles within the Family Collection by country are as follows:

Belgium    Opel Meriva (available after launch)
France Opel Meriva
Mercedes B Class
Germany Opel Meriva
Italy Opel Meriva
Ford Galaxy
Peugeot 3008 (available after launch)
Spain Opel Meriva
Ford S-Max
Netherlands      Renault Grand Scenic
UK Vauxhall Meriva
Ford S-Max
Ford Galaxy



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