Goldcar Launches at Cancun Airport

Goldcar opens at Cancun International Airport. Photo courtesy of Goldcar.
Goldcar opens at Cancun International Airport. Photo courtesy of Goldcar.

Goldcar, a European car rental provider, has opened a location at Mexico’s Cancun International Airport. This is Goldcar’s first facility in Mexico.

This initiative falls within Goldcar’s plan to expand in the Latin American market, according to the company.

“We are pleased to incorporate this new centre into our franchise network,” said Juan Carlos Azcona, CEO of Goldcar. “An opening that represents, without a shadow of a doubt, an important leap forward in Goldcar´s business strategy and a lynchpin for extending the company’s global geographical network.”

Customers who choose the Maya Riviera to spend their holidays will be able to opt for either the low cost services of Goldcar or the added value Premium rental packages, through the Rhodium brand. Furthermore, travellers who hire Goldcar vehicles have a fleet that includes all categories and models of vehicles at their disposal.

Through Goldcar’s Rhodium brand, customers can choose a premium rental package, which includes services such as a full fuel tank on collection or priority at the rental counter.

Currently, Goldcar operates in 11 countries: Spain, Italy, Portugal, France, Greece, Malta, Andorra, Morocco, Croatia, Holland and Mexico.

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