Autorent Offers Infiniti G25 to Customers in the Middle East

Dubai-based Autorent, a car rental and leasing provider in the Middle East, added the Infiniti G25 Sedan to its fleet as part of its plans for expansion, the company announced June 26. 

The vehicle is now available at Autorent’s United Arab Emirates and Sultanate of Oman locations, with plans to be added to the Saudi fleet soon. The Infiniti G 25 Sedan 2012 has a V6 Engine with displacement of 2496cc, the power of 210/6400, an electronically-controlled 7-speed automatic transmission with adaptive shift control.

Autorent’s fleet includes Nissan, Renault and Toyota vehicles. “The addition of Infiniti is perfectly suitable for the short-term car rentals and long-term corporate leasing,” said an Autorent spokesperson. “Autorent’s strong fleet capability serves as proof of its expansion as well as the customers preferred reliable car rental and leasing company.”

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