|Compact estate car||£32/day|
|Full-size estate car||£46/day|
|Luxury estate car||£60/day|
|Premium estate car||£85/day|
|Intermediate estate car||£92/day|
Pros: Easy to pick up and drop off, van ran great, was clean and in great shape!
Pros: The staff were friendly, car was very clean and good quality.
Cons: Sixt offer you to fill out all the driver details online to speed up the pick up process. Yet, at pick up they still had to review all the documents and it almost seems the data provided online went unnoticed.
CAR in franch sector
Pros: An upgrade
Cons: The car was located in the French sector without a Swiss vinget. I was unaware. Extremely expensive insurance, a real ripoff deal. Feel screwed with a low rate and extras afterwards.
Pros: Excellent service and excellent car!
Good car but insurance and fees are ridiculous.
Pros: The Citroen Cactus that I rented was a good car it performed well on the roads and it was good on gas mileage. The staff at Sixt were helpful and courteous.
Cons: I hate the expensive zero liability insurance that they charge it doubled the price of the rental on top of what I paid to Kayak. This was way too expensive. I can understand a couple of hundred dollars for insurance but really 500-600 dollar more was insane. I know rental car insurance in Europe is expensive for travelers but this was way out of bounds. I will not be using Sixt again for this reason, I had a better experience with Europcar.
Overall very good experience
Pros: We rented on the French side of GVA, which was a bit hard to find. There was a wait at the counter, but the staff member was very helpful to us. There were detailed instructions on avoiding the Swiss toll roads, and finding the rental return, which was much appreciated.
Cons: The car was parked in an awkward/dark spot in the garage, so we could not look at the car very completely when we started the rental.
Pros: new car, clean, ease of booking
Cons: expensive rental price for a very average car, impractical size/shape - small boot aperture (Citroen Cactus). Access to car via shuttle is inconvenient
Pros: The car was clean.
Cons: First, I they did not have my car at the airport. I had to travel to the city of Geneva to find the Sixt office. Directions were never given. Besides this, unbeknownst to me, Sixt has a policy where you must provide a credit card for the deposit. I had a debit card with plenty of cash but that would not suffice. The problem is, they did not tell me beforehand. So, I nearly lost my deposit at their negligence.
Very Good Experience
Pros: Got cool Mini Countryman as I booked 'lucky dip'. Could not have asked for more? Very courteous and professional staff.
Pros: They upgraded us to a mini with a convertible roof as well as it being an automatic car with GPS. The car was brand new too and they were very helpful, letting us know about the Geneva marathon prior to picking up the car.
Cons: It was all wonderful. I will rent through them again.
Pros: the car
Cons: We needed more instructions to find both the parking spot and then the office...and what to do with the car once we found the garage...e.g. which space to park in, where to leave the garage ticket, etc. there were no reliable directions to the office which we just by chance managed to find on the other side of the block. (We needed WiFi to order an Uber or get al can.
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