Mex Rent A Car Partners With Rentcars.com

Photo courtesy of Mex Rent A Car
Photo courtesy of Mex Rent A Car

Mex Rent A Car has officially partnered with Rentcars.com, a car rental price comparison site based in Latin America.

All of Mex Rent A Car’s locations, including its affiliates, will now be listed on Rentcars.com.

''Mexico is one of the most chosen countries by our clients to travel outbound, and when Mex Rent A Car came into our radar, we saw a lot of potential in a new partnership as they have very competitive rates and good coverage around the world,” said Lucas Fujissawa from Rentcars’ commercial department. When we concretized the partnership, it was clear that they are made not just by competitive rates but with great professionalism, too, and with all those aspects we know it will be a great partnership.”

Founded in 2009, Rentcars arranges car rentals in over 140 countries through partnerships with major car rental companies around the world.

“We know the importance that Rentcars represents not just in Brazil but in other countries, and the mutual benefits we can obtain, Mex Rent A Car could not just skip this opportunity,” said Jordi Rivero, Mex’s chief product officer. “The objective is to reach the Brazilian customer that travels not just to Mexico but to all of our affiliate stores around the world. We truly believe this new alliance will strength our exposure and of course increase our bookings. We found in Rentcars a great partner to work with.”

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