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Sixt Car Rental Company Expands to Maui

December 13, 2018, 11:16 AM HST
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Sixt, the country’s fourth-largest car rental company, has expanded to Maui.

The Maui location is the company’s first station in Hawaiʻi. According to a company announcement, travelers can choose from convertibles or SUVs from renowned brands such as Jeep or Mercedes-Benz, and pick up their vehicle at Maui’s Kahului Airport.

The company is also in the planning stages for additional Hawaiʻi destinations such as Honolulu and Waikīkī.

Since its start in 2011, Sixt has opened a total of 54 locations, including sites at 20 top airports in the United States.

In recent months, Sixt also opened new stations at San Antonio Airport, Philadelphia Airport, Denver Airport, Union Square in San Francisco, Chicago O´Hare Airport and Battery Park in New York City.


Most recently, the mobility service provider was honored with the World Travel Awards as the country’s leading car rental company and the Trazee Award as the most popular car rental company among the Millennials target group.


Detlev Pätsch, Chief Operations Officer at Sixt SE said, “Sixt in the USA – that is a special success story. We are putting the pedal to the metal and offering our premium services to more and more travelers at the country’s popular destinations. We will continue on this course in 2019. The start on Maui is of particular importance because the Hawaiian islands are one of the most important – and most beautiful – tourist destinations in the world.”

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