Sixt Rent A Car Opens Fifth US Location

Sixt Rent A Car Miami Beach officially opened for business on March 19, according to a Sixt March 27 press release. This is Sixt Rent A Car’s second location in Miami, joining the existing location in Miami International Airport, and is Sixt’s fifth U.S. location — all of which are in Florida.

The Sixt Miami Beach car rental location offers a wide selection of American and European auto brands to choose from, including Mercedes, Chevrolet, BMW and Ford. There are a variety of vehicle types to choose from as well, including vans, cars and chauffeur service.

The other four locations in Florida are Fort Lauderdale Airport, Miami International Airport, West Palm Beach Airport and Orlando Airport. Sixt Rent A Car is working to expand and bring more convenient locations to its customers, so more new locations are expected soon.

Customers may book their rental cars today via the Sixt Rent A Car website or by calling (888) 749-8227.

Comments

  1. Dwayne [ April 11, 2012 @ 09:39PM ]

    Sixt advertises a new location that doesn't exist yet in South Beach. I made a res and what they did is to deliver the car from their Miami Airport location. Very poor service.

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