In Malco Rent a Car we tell you almost daily why we are an honest company and why almost all of our clients rent again with us when they need another car or another van.
We talk about our transparency, our policy of honesty or our social responsibility, but there are a lot of things that you don’t know and that make the quality of our service the maximum:
Our cars are a maximum of 3 years of age and our vans 4 years of age. If, in addition, we detect that they are exceeding the mileage we have set for each of the vehicles, we remove it and replace it.
You choose the cars that we incorporate into the fleet. How? Well, we look at which ones you rent the most to buy them again. And where do they go when we remove them? Many times they return to the manufacturer, sometimes to professional sales in Spain or abroad and some are sold directly to professionals or individuals.
We check the vehicles after each rental. But not an eye check and a couple of points… We check up to 20 critical safety and maintenance points so that the car looks like new when it leaves our facilities again.
The cars are fully equipped, whatever the brand. We buy cars of any brand, size or model, but we always make sure that they meet basic standards to meet Malco’s quality criteria: Connectivity (via mobile app) Safety (driving aids) Comfort (air conditioning) In the case of compact vehicles we add all possible driving aids, such as Line assist, adaptive cruise control or fatigue warning.
Less and less emissions. Reducing the carbon footprint is one of our social commitments and we increasingly buy cars with fewer emissions. In fact, in the last three years we have reduced the emissions of our vehicles by 50%. In addition, we already have hybrid vehicles in the fleet and with zero emissions levels.
You already have many more reasons to rent our vehicles in Castellón or Valencia! Consult our entire fleet and choose the car that best suits you. We willl take care of the rest:
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