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Language: Spanish | Currency: Pesos(₱) | Local time: UTC-0:600 | Avg. Flight time: 10.5 hrs
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Touch down and pick up car rental at Mexico City International (MEX) and Cancun (CUN) airports to get on the road straight away.
In Mexico, airport car hire offers the same broad range of choice that many other international airports enjoy. In Mexico City International and Cancun Airports, all of the big players are represented, including Sixt, Alamo, Hertz and Avis. There are also a couple of local companies.
The same can be said for most of the other big airports in the country, including Guadalajara (GDL), Tijuana (TIJ), Monterrey (MTY) and Puerto Vallarta (PVR), although the selection at these is a little more limited. Prices tend to be cheapest when car hire is booked in advance – compare Mexico car rental deals on TravelSupermarket before you travel.
If you compare cheap car hire in Mexico to elsewhere, you’ll find it’s excellent value, and petrol prices are low too. Pemex is the main petrol station in the country; you’ll see their green, red and white outlets dotted at regular intervals as you drive around.
The VW Beetle has always been seen as something of an iconic car in Mexico City, but their popularity has started to diminish. Diesel cars tend to be cheapest to drive, but if you’re concerned about your carbon footprint, aim to hire a newer, greener model.
Find out more about transport in the capital and elsewhere on our getting around Mexico page.