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.
Short-term Renault leases in Europe
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:
- Short-Term Car
Learn the basics about "purchase/repurchase" or "buyback" programs from Renault Eurodrive
- Car Rentals: When to Rent, When to Lease
Use the comparison chart in this article to help determine whether you should
consider a traditional car rental or a short-term lease.
GPS is available on many cars.
Built-in GPS is an option on many Renault Eurodrive models, making it easier
to find your way from town to town (or even from street to street) as you drive.
For an automated price quote or more
information, click here
to visit the Renault Eurodrive Web site.
Espace Photo: C.D.
Casteran. Kangoo photos: Olivier Banet.
Photos copyright © www.media.renault.com.