ABOVE: The Renault Grand Espace van is one of the
most popular vehicles among Europe for Visitors readers who book short-term
leases with Renault Eurodrive's buyback program. INSET BELOW: The
Kangoo is a good choice if you want a compact vehicle with a roomy interior.
Are you driving in
Europe for at least 17 days? Do you reside outside of the European Union? If so,
short-term lease can be much cheaper than a traditional car rental:
Rates are less to begin with, since Renault leases are tax-free and
there are no mileage charges.
Fully comprehensive, zero-deductible insurance is included at no extra
You can lease a Renault for 17 days to six months as a tourist, or up to
a year if you're a temporary resident of Europe for academic or business
purposes. (Note: The minimum billing period is 21 days, so you'll get the
best value if you take a car for longer than the minimum of 17 days.)
Important for students and older drivers: Minimum driver age is only 18, and there's no upper age limit.
Short-term leasing is quick and easy.
Don't let the term "short-term leasing" put you off: Leasing a car from Renault
Eurodrive is no more complicated than renting. For more information on Renault short-term leasing,
visit the Renault Eurodrive
Web site and read our articles on:
Learn the basics about "purchase/repurchase" or "buyback" programs from Renault Eurodrive