Renting a premium crossover Genesis GV70 2022 is more expensive than the GV80June 6, 2021
According to the car resource Carsdirect, renting a premium Genesis GV70 2022 model crossover is more expensive than renting a larger GV80. Such conclusions were made on the basis of official prices.
If you are looking to rent the new Genesis crossover, take a look at the prices. At first glance, you might think that the larger GV80 crossover will always cost you more than the smaller GV70, but according to the team from the foreign automotive resource Carsdirect, this is far from the truth. Based on current rental prices for the GV70 and GV80 crossovers, you can actually get a better deal if you decide to drive home in the larger GV80.
For those who want to rent a car, there are always interesting offers from the manufacturer.
When it comes to the new Genesis GV70 and GV80 luxury crossovers, there are many factors that customers should consider when making their final purchase / lease decision.
According to Carsdirect.com, “The GV70 2022 3.5T is quoted at $ 599 for up to 36 months with $ 4,599 due upon contract signing. You can drive 16,093.44 km per year. Excluding applicable taxes and fees, the transaction price is $ 727 per month. Meanwhile, renting the more spacious 2021 GV80 crossover in the 2.5T version costs $ 559, and upon signing the contract it costs $ 5,479, or $ 711 per month. ” This price difference means you will save $ 576 over 36 months if you choose to rent the GV80 instead of the GV70.
For customers who value space over performance, renting the GV80 2.5T instead of the GV70 3.5T is an easy choice and can even save you almost your entire rental. This is an interesting price match.
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that the premium Genesis added the GV80 crossover to the fleet of the Dubai Police. The luxury SUV has tried on the recognizable livery worn by cars from the Dubai Police fleet.
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