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Compare all the major car hire brands including Avis, Hertz, Europcar, Sixt and Alamo and find the best prices for car hire in Mexico. Car rental in Mexico includes Theft Waiver (TW), Third Party Liability Insurance and Collision Damage Waiver (CDW) as well as unlimited mileage when you hire with us.

Top airports

Mexico City Airport

from £11,-

per day


Cancun Airport

from £11,-

per day


Guadalajara Airport

from £11,-

per day


Tijuana Airport

from £13,-

per day


All airports


Acapulco Airport
Cancun Airport
Chetumal Airport
Chihauhua Airport
Ciudad Del Carmen Airport
Ciudad Juarez Airport
Cozumel Airport
Cuernevaca Airport
Culiacan Airport
Guadalajara Airport
Hermosillo Airport
Huatulco Airport

Ixtapa Zihuatanejo Airport
Jesus Teran Peredo Airport
La Paz Airport
León Airport
Los Cabos Airport
Manzanillo Airport
Mazatlan Airport
Merida Airport
Mexicali Airport
Mexico City Airport
Monterrey Airport

Oaxaca Airport

Poza Rica Airport
Puebla Airport
Puerto Vallarta Airport
Queretaro Airport
San Luis Potosi Airport
Tapachula Airport
Tijuana Airport
Tuxtla Gutierrez Airport
Veracruz International Airport

Villahermosa Airport

Mexico guide

Car rental Mexico
Car hire Mexico

Mexico covers more than 760,000 square miles (nearly 2 million km sq) in North America. It is bordered on the north by the United States, to the south and west by the Pacific Ocean, and to the east by the Gulf of Mexico. To the southeast lie Belize, Guatemala, Belize, and the Caribbean Sea. Mexico also includes more than 2,300 square miles of islands in the Pacific Ocean, Gulf of Mexico, Caribbean, and Gulf of California, and has more than 5,790 miles (9,330 kilometers) of coastline. It is the thirteenth largest country in the world. Mexico is widely known for its cuisine, which includes such dishes as tacos, quesadillas, burritos, tamales, enchiladas. Chocolate is also from Mexico.

Population and language
An estimated 115 million people live in Mexico, making it the most populous Spanish-speaking nation and among the top dozen most populated countries in the world. Approximately 82% are Catholic, with an additional 10% identifying with other Christian denominations.

60% or more of the population has a mixed Amerindian and Spanish ancestry. Approximately 10-15% of the population of  Mexico are indigenous peoples, concentrated in the less developed central and southern states. The majority of Mexico's indigenous communities are located in rural areas. In addition to Spanish, indigenous languages such as Nahuatl, Yukatek Maya, Mixtec, and Zapotec are spoken by an estimated 5% of the population. The culture of this ethnically diverse country is a fusion of indigenous and European customs.

Mexico represents the largest source of immigration to the United States; about 28 million Americans list their ancestry as Mexican. Meanwhile, Mexico is home to the largest number of U.S. citizens living abroad, estimated at more than 1 million. There are also high numbers of people from Argentina, Lebanon, and Central America.

Major cities and tourist destinations
Mexico is a federation of 31 states and one Federal District. The Federal District contains Mexico City, which is the capital and largest city, and has an estimated 8.8 million residents. Mexico receives more than 20 million international tourists each year, primarily from the United States and Canada. Many cities throughout the country are popular tourist destinations. Because the country is so large, the climate, culture, and historical attractions vary greatly from one region to another.

Because it is so large, Mexico's climate is quite varied from region to region. The country is divided into temperate and tropical zones by the Tropic of Cancer. The northern half of the country experiences cooler temperatures in the winter. South of the twenty-fourth parallel, temperatures are consistently warm year-round, varying with elevation. The coast is vulnerable to severe hurricanes during the summer and fall months. Year-round temperatures are typically at least 60°F (18°C) in most areas. In some areas, such as the Sonoran Desert, temperatures can reach 122°F ( 50°C) or higher.

With one of the world's largest economies, Mexico is a significant regional power. This rapidly industrializing nation has the thirteenth largest GDP in the world, estimated at $1.667 trillion USD. Yearly exports are valued at $350 billion USD and imports at $351 billion USD. Major industries include automobile manufacturing, silver mining, fruits, vegetables, coffee, tobacco,  textiles and clothing, oil and oil products, and tourism. Within Mexico, wealth is unevenly divided, with an estimated 35-46% of the population living below the poverty line. Average incomes are much higher in urban areas than in rural parts of Mexico. The currency is the Peso.

There are dozens of major airports throughout Mexico, the largest of which include Mexico City International Airport, Cancun International Airport, Guadalajara International Airport, General Mariano Escobedo International Airport, and Tijuana International Airport. The country is also traversed by an extensive network of roadways, making cars and buses the preferred way to travel throughout the country. Travelers often opt for car hire, a convenient and safe way to explore any region in Mexico.

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Save up to 40% compared with booking directly with an agent

  All the necessary insurance are always included in the price
  Value Added Tax (VAT) and Airport Location Fee are included
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