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Re: Sixt USA
I have already posted some more details in terms of this subject separately --->viewtopic.php?f=21&t=68
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I think the increasing overall mobility will well support Sixt in any expansion plans.
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From my point of view Sixt is little late for the big business in US. Despite the fact that there is a very big car rental market the big ones are already thers for a very long period of time. Sixt will never succed to beat the traditional car rental companies like Hertz, Avis, National or Alamo in US. They all are settled for years in US and have the biggest market shares.
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Not at all. The car rental market in US is so big that you never can comme too late. If you have a good product like Sixt you always can still get a piece of the cake. Sixt knows quite well what they are doing, believe me. You will se that Sixt will continue its course of expansion in US.
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Good joke @Drifter But you can be assured that the Fleet of Sixt USA and also in the rest of the world is quite young. It has an average age of 3 months only!
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Sixt in US can be found more and more. What I complain is that they have a very poor communication. I send them aready an email asking about avehicle category but never received an answer. For me this is the opposite of being customer friendly.
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Sixt has premium cars but my experience is also that they have a rather arrogant staff. Perhaps their business is running much too easy.
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