Whether you’re taking a business trip, zipping around a Lahore city or road trip, choosing the right rental vehicle is key to ensuring that you enjoy the journey. There’s no one option that’s ideal for everyone however, so in order to help you pick the best kind of model for your trip, we’ve put together a brief guide to the pros and cons of some of the most common rental classes.
The benefits of this class lie in the name. Not only are these generally the cheapest models to rent but they also tend to be some of the most fuel efficient vehicles in the fleet. As if the double savings weren’t enough, the size of these cars can also be a helpful feature. Economy models are often small, zippy little things, perfect from getting around city centers with minimum hassle. Of course if you’re bringing the family along for the ride, that small size may not work in your favor – and some will prefer a few more bells and whistles than are provided in an Economy vehicle
Because it’s a relatively new vehicle class, you may not be able to find a Hybrid model in every fleet, but it is becoming an increasingly common option. While Hybrids tend to be a bit more expensive than Economy vehicles, it’s hard to beat them when it comes to fuel efficiency. More importantly for some, this is the most eco-friendly option. Plus, you get the experience of riding in a piece of cutting edge technology. Hybrids may not be the cars of the future, but they’re certainly a major step in that direction. They have a lot of advantages when it comes to functionality (especially if you’re planning to do city driving) but most won’t be winning beauty prizes anytime soon.
The Mini Van class is perfect for those times when space is your primary consideration. Most vehicles in this class carry eight passengers comfortably, with a decent amount of space for luggage. They’re not going to be taking to the race track any time soon, or walking away with the ‘world’s sexiest car’ award but they’re extremely good at what they’re designed to do: transporting a bunch of people from A to B. Whether you’re embarking on a big family vacation or road tripping with a group of close friends, there’s no denying that the Mini Van class has its uses.
The Luxury class line up will vary from fleet to fleet but you’ll often find Mercedes, BMW models among the high quality vehicles available. The obvious drawback to this class is its price point – understandably these vehicles are more expensive than most other options, but they certainly have a lot to offer in return. Booking a luxury car rental also gives you the chance to try out cars that you might never have the opportunity to drive