Green Motion Expands Fleet in Morocco

Green Motion has expanded its car rental fleet in Morocco, with the addition of new Toyota hybrid models. 

In January, Green Motion opened its 27th master country franchise in Morocco with Hire Automotive Group (HAG). CEO Richard Lowden, left, stands with franchisee Tarik Dbiliji.
In January, Green Motion opened its 27th master country franchise in Morocco with Hire Automotive Group (HAG). CEO Richard Lowden, left, stands with franchisee Tarik Dbiliji.

The vehicles include the new Toyota Auris, Rav 4 and C-HR.  

"I am very happy to be introducing high quality Toyota onto our fleet," said Tarik Dbilij, managing director of Green Motion Morocco. "We are receiving an increased amount of lower emission vehicles and Toyota is the perfect partner to achieve our objectives."

"We are very proud to see Green Motion Morocco further invest in their green credentials and continue to lead their market," said Richard Lowden, founder and CEO of Green Motion. 

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