The Citydrive carsharing service has launched the Auto rate for 30 days. Users will be able to rent a car for at least one month. This was reported to RB.RU in the press service of the company.

“Citydrive” has launched a long-term rental rate “Car for 30 days”

By subscription will be available:

  • Renault Captur in Drive package,
  • Haval Jolion in Elite configuration,
  • Geely Coolray in Flagship configuration,
  • Skoda Kodiaq in Active and Ambition trim levels,
  • Kia Rio X-line in the Comfort package.

The tariff will operate in pilot mode so far only in Moscow. At the time of your connection, no other service rates will be available.

The rental price consists of a fixed part per month and mileage, which will allow the user to pay only for the number of kilometers to be covered.

To use the rate, you must leave a request on the website no later than three days before the desired start date of the rental. Next, the operator will contact the client to confirm the request, the car model and specify the time and place of presentation. The car will be prepared on request and delivered to the specified address at the agreed time.

  • In May 2022, Citydrive has already launched a long-term car rental. The pilot project included 20 Smart machines. A month’s rent cost 30 thousand rubles plus 5 rubles for each kilometer traveled.
  • In 2020, Yandex.Drive launched a long-term car subscription. You can rent a car for a period from 1 month to 1.5 years. Electric cars Mercedes, BMW, Skoda, Volkswagen and Nissan are available by subscription.


karina pardaeva

Source: RB

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