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Hyundai’s IONIQ Hybrid joins SIXT Rent a Car fleet

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Taking the rent a car service to new heights, Hyundai Lanka Ltd., the sole authorised importer and distributor of Hyundai Vehicles in Sri Lanka added its latest IONIQ Hybrid, to the SIXT Rent a Car fleet.

Being part of the world’s most trusted international car rental providers; SIXT has its presence in over 105 countries with branches in almost every major city and tourist destination worldwide. Recognising the potential market growth and the requirement for premium vehicles in Sri Lanka, Hyundai Lanka (Pvt) Ltd joined hands with SIXT Rent a Car fleet in 2013. 

“With the addition of the Hyundai IONIQ to the fleet, customers can explore Sri Lanka’s exquisite destinations whilst enjoying electrifying driving experience. With SIXT’s growing fleet customers now have the liberty to choose a premium branded vehicle to explore the island. In addition, we offer a diverse variety of different models to suit our customer’s travel requirements,” Prestige Automobile Sixt Rent a Car Assistant General Manager Dhanushka Rajapakse noted.

The Hyundai IONIQ is the most fuel efficient hybrid in the market with key features such as: IONIQ’s climate control system configures the vehicle to operate in an efficient mode, providing a pleasant, comfortable and refreshing environment in the car without utilising unnecessary amounts of energy. 

Prestige Automobile Ltd. is the sole authorised dealer in Sri Lanka for SIXT rent a car service. Their fleet features seven types of Hyundai vehicles namely: Hyundai Grand 10, Hyundai E-On, Hyundai IONIQ Hybrid and Hyundai H1. SIXT rental offers unlimited free kilometres for all its vehicles at a very affordable per day rate with a 24/7 access to Prestige Automobile Ltd. roadside and customer assistance.

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