Sixt Rent-A-Car Expands Services to Philippines

Sixt Rent-A-Car opened two branches in the Philippines to offer customers its “meet and greet” service and luxury vehicles, and is part of the company's December announcement for worldwide growth. The two new Philippines locations are at the Makati and Manila airports.

Sixt features include a range of small and compact vehicles such as Honda, Toyota, Chrysler and Mercedes-Benz available to rent. In addition, customers have the option to rent a limousine service with a professional chauffeur. Business and private customers will also be offered select leasing options.

Mobility Services Philippines Inc. is working with Sixt as a franchise partner for the company to guarantee reliability and ease to customers.

Reservations can be made on the company’s website.

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