Rent Peugeot Traveller in Lviv

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2.0 / Diesel / АТ
Minivan
Make: Peugeot
Peugeot Traveller- Narscars
Make: Peugeot
  • Body type LVAR
  • Engine2.0 L 150 hp
  • Transmission type АТ
  • Fuel type Diesel
  • Fuel consumption (average)5.5 L
Rental prices
1-3 days 170$ /per day
4-9 days 145$ /per day
10-25 days 125$ /per day
26+ days 100$ /per day
Deposit
1200$
Description

Rent a Peugeot Traveler in Lviv

Peugeot Traveler is a commercial vehicle that debuted on the international market in 2016. This is a brand new minivan created in symbiosis between Toyota and Peugeot Joint Stock Company. By joining forces, these automotive giants have provided the commercial market with the Peugeot Traveler, a utility minivan with a 175mm ground clearance that makes it easy to hit a curb or keep a smooth ride on a ridged road. We offer for rent a car equipped with a 2 liter diesel unit with a capacity of 150 hp. With. and automatic gearbox. The interior of the car will comfortably accommodate 6 passengers.

The Peugeot Traveler keeps up with the times - a stylish, modern commercial minivan with a remarkable design and technological interior. It is perfect for transporting a small group of tourists, partners or work colleagues.

You can rent a Traveler on our website in any city of Ukraine, be it Kiev, Lvov, Nikolaev, Kharkov or another city. To conclude a rental agreement, you must be over 23 years old and have a driving experience of 2. A minimum package of documents is required: TIN (for citizens of Ukraine), driver's license and passport.

For an additional fee, a minivan can be equipped with a child seat, a GPS navigator or a phone holder with wireless charging, order a car delivery service to an address or a return service in another city. All prices for services are valid and relevant for all cities of Ukraine.

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