Sixt Costa Rica Unveils Facility Renovation

Sixt's facility renovation in Costa Rica's capital city of San Jose. Photo courtesy of Sixt.
Sixt's facility renovation in Costa Rica's capital city of San Jose. Photo courtesy of Sixt.

Sixt Costa Rica has recently unveiled its newest location renovation in the capital city of San Jose.

This renovation project goes in line with the one presented last year for the Sixt Costa Rica’s location in Liberia, according to the company.

These new locations were designed and constructed to provide comfort and expediency throughout the rental process — from a resting lounge upon arrival to a prompt and accurate return process.

The new image of Sixt Costa Rica also includes updated operational processes and upgraded product, including adding the BMW line to the fleet.

Alex Jensen, general manager of Sixt Costa Rica, noted that the new initiative aims to satisfy the requests for premium service and mobility products for international tourists and local customers.

“It is our intent to position Sixt Costa Rica as the leading car rental operation and a benchmark of reference for mobility services in the country,” he said.

Additional plans for development are set for 2017.

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