Sixt Expands into Peru

Sixt AG, an international provider of mobility solutions, is expanding its presence in South America by launching its services in Peru.

Sixt expanded into Mexico in September and is already present in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Panama and Costa Rica.

Alongside classic car rental services in Peru, Sixt is focusing on long-term car rental for business clients, limousine services and the rental business with holiday vehicles for private customers. Sixt also is offering its delivery and pickup service to and from the international airport of the Peruvian capital Lima.

The fleet of vehicles available in Peru stretches from fuel-saving Eco models to limousines and SUVs as well as all-wheel drive cars. As in the other South American countries, Sixt is once again cooperating closely with experienced local franchise partners in Peru.

"Countless customers worldwide are relying on Sixt's mobility solutions. With Peru we are opening up another South American country primarily to business clients but increasingly also to tourist visitors. We are delighted to offer an almost nationwide high-quality service at a very good price-performance ratio," said Detlef Krehahn, director and vice president international franchise.


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