Choices of cars to rent in Dubai

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Mercedes-Benz G-Class 2019- Mercedes-Benz G class is a favourite among the Dubai folks for all the right reasons- it’s impressive aesthetics and its brute power. It does not get better for any urban commuter to the driver an S-class as it takes just 5.3 sec to hit the 100 km/h mark and can achieve a whopping 240 km/h. Packed under its hood is a 3-litre V6 engine and it can punch out 480 NM torque and 333 horsepower. It comes with a dimension of length 5.25 m, width 1.90 m and 1.50m. 

Honda Civic 2018- This is a favourite among those who want the best of everything. Honda Civic 2018 provides a combination of comfort, aesthetics and performance. It has a length of 4.58 m, height of  1.44 m and 1.75 m. Under the hood, there is a 2.0 l, 4-cylinder engine that can easily deliver 187 NM torque and 158 horsepower. It can reach 100 kmph mark in just 10.4 secs and can reach a top speed of 195 kmph.   

Toyota Camry- There are fleets of Toyota Camry zooming everywhere on Dubai roads. The reason behind it is that, this mid-size Japanese sedan is not only packed with amazing features, but also has some of the meanest power packed under the hood when you rent car. With amazing aesthetics and the right balance of performance and comfort. It bears a dimension of length- 4.80 m, width-1.82 m and height- 1.47 m. It takes just a mere 9.7 sec to hit the 100 kmph mark and the maximum it can clock is 194 kmph. Packed under its hood is a 2.5 litre 4 cylinder engine and it is good to deliver 178 horsepower and 231 NM torque.

Nissan Altima 2018- Another Japanese sedan in the list, this car is easily found on the streets of Dubai because of its amazing looks and awesome performance. With a 2.5 litre, 4-cylinder engine under the hood, that can deliver 244 NM torque and 182 HP; the Nissan Altima can hot the 100 kmph mark in merely 8 secs and it can reach a whopping 220 kmph. This sedan measures 4.88 kms in length, 1.83 kms in width and 1.47 kms in height.

Prateek is a business editor who writes about various topics such as technology, health and finance. At Pressly, he works along with the colourful folks that build a nation through tech startups. He is also a professional football player and video games enthusiast.

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