SIXT Open For Business At Dunedin Airport

Premium car rental and subscription business, SIXT, has opened a branch at Dunedin Airport, expanding its footprint in New Zealand even further.

The in-terminal location will provide traditional short-term rentals, while SIXT’s signature Subscribe Monthly and Subscribe New packages can be reserved online and collected from the airport or delivered direct to the customer’s door.

Dunedin joins a line-up of existing locations across Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch and Queenstown, extending SIXT’s footprint to the main five centres across New Zealand.

Premium car rental and subscription business SIXT has expanded its Kiwi footprint, opening its sixth location in-terminal at Dunedin Airport recently.

SIXT’s one day to one year vehicle solutions will provide the ultimate convenience and flexibility for locals and travellers alike, with the new airport location offering the Dunedin region a convenient access point to the full range of its rental, subscription, and business services.

Dunedin joins a line-up of existing locations across Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch and Queenstown, extending SIXT’s footprint to the main five centres across New Zealand.

Part of the Giltrap Group, SIXT is on a mission to reinvent the wheel, offering Kiwis ‘New Mobility’ aka all-inclusive vehicle solutions that flex to the needs of the renter.

Dane Fisher, CEO of SIXT New Zealand, says the response to the company’s mission has been overwhelmingly positive and the launch into Dunedin is an important step in achieving the company’s 2025 vision.

“Looking ahead to the next 12 months we are entering an exciting growth phase at SIXT,” he says. “Being able to offer a seamless in-terminal experience for travellers to Dunedin just in time for summer gets us one step closer to achieving our vision of 12 in-terminal New Zealand locations by 2025.”

The in-terminal location will provide traditional short-term rentals, while SIXT’s signature Subscribe Monthly and Subscribe New packages can be reserved online and collected from the airport or delivered direct to the customer’s door.

As well as a leading range of rental and subscription services, SIXT also boasts an impressive line-up of vehicles that span EVs, SUVs, luxury and premium cars, plus sports and service vehicles to boot.

According to Dane, it’s this variety of vehicle and service offerings that sets SIXT apart from the rest. 

“Whether drivers are looking to begin their electrification journey trying out an Audi e-tron or Polestar 2 for the weekend, have a need for excitement that can only be satisfied by a McLaren GT or Aston Martin, or want to be able to switch up their road-trip wheels for the Land Rover Defender, SIXT has it sorted,” he says.

As well as a full suite of rental or subscription options for retail customers in Dunedin, the launch will also extend SIXT’s capability to provide new mobility solutions to local businesses of all sizes.

Its scalable business fleet solutions offer companies ultimate flexibility and all-inclusive packages that get their people moving and take the hassle out of the traditional ‘company car’ model.

SIXT Dunedin’s in-terminal service counter at Dunedin Airport is open now.

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