The best of Europe is now in the United States. Sixt can be found in several locations in the southeast USA, including Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Orlando and Palm Beach – so you can drive the perfect accessory to your Florida vacation. Globally, Sixt is present in over 100 countries with more than 4,000 stations. That means nearly everywhere you go, Sixt is there with reliable, great service, exceptional cars and always-affordable prices. From Latin America (Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay, Costa Rica, Peru, Mexico) to the Caribbean (Dominican Republic, St. Lucia, Puerto Rico, St. Martin, Martinique, Guadeloupe) you will find what we call the “spirit of mobility.” Farther abroad, too, in Europe (Germany, Austria, France, Spain, Belgium and more), Asia and Africa, Sixt is there with just the right car, truck, van, or chauffeur service for you. Whether you’re looking for a fun beach car, like a Camaro convertible or BMW Z4, or a luxury car from Mercedes, BMW or Cadillac, you will find it at Sixt. Additionally, you will receive 500 SkyMiles with every rental at Sixt, and 1000 SkyMiles for every transfer with Sixt limousine service. Renting with Sixt is always a rewarding experience. Check back here regularly for special promotions (think double, even triple mileage!) and updates. Earning miles and rewards with Sixt worldwide couldn’t be easier. Delta Air Lines has selected Sixt to offer rental car services through its website. Your contract for the booking of rental cars will be directly with Sixt and is separate from your purchase of a flight with Delta Air Lines. Therefore, Delta Air Lines is not a tour operator and cannot be held liable for any service provided by Sixt. Thank you for choosing Sixt rent a car. We look forward to providing you with your next mobility solution, no matter where you are in the world!
Questions regarding your reservation? Please call (888) 749-8227 from the United States, Puerto Rico and Canada or +49(0)1806 666 666 (EUR 0.20 per call from a German landline;up to EUR 0.60 per call from German mobile networks) from the rest of the world