Sixt Launches in Mexico

Sixt AG, international provider of high-quality mobility solutions, is consistently expanding its global network of stations and is embarking on a growth phase in Latin America: Sixt is now offering 15 stations in Mexico with wide-ranging services for business and private customers.

With the new locations, Sixt is particularly focusing on the country’s financial and tourist centers. Currently there are various Sixt stations in the capital Mexico City including counters in the different terminals of the international airport Benito Juarez (MEX).

Furthermore Sixt is present in the cities of Guadalajara and Monterrey with over one million residents each. From January 2010, Sixt will also be represented in the Mexican holiday hot spot of Cancun which is especially popular among European tourists.

Aside from traditional car rental, the Sixt range in Mexico also includes additional products and services. Business customers are able to take advantage of low priced long-term car rental or rent a vehicle with local drivers who know their way around. Sixt also provides private travelers with low cost holiday vehicles. The Sixt fleet encompasses small and compact cars as well as all-terrain four-wheel drive vehicles, SUVs and luxury limousines. The manufacturer portfolio ranges from Ford, Dodge, VW, GM, Chrysler and Nissan to Jeep and Hummer.

In an effort to ensure consistently high quality standards in Mexico, Sixt is cooperating with a highly experienced franchise partner. The company has been active in the rental business for over 30 years and has gained a great deal of experience dealing with international customers. Aside from Mexico, Sixt is also represented in Latin America with franchise partners in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Panama and Costa Rica.

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