Classics car rental numbers: «At manufacturers not in the first place»

07:15  25 september  2021
07:15  25 september  2021 Source:   pressfrom.com

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rental car cost according to industry data because of the production bottlenecks at the carshares now significantly more. "In Germany, we are at the moment on average 10 to 20 percent over the prices of 2019," said a spokeswoman of the largest German car rental company Sixt.

Beim Autovermieter Sixt kosten Mietautos aktuell im Durchschnitt 10 bis 20 Prozent mehr als noch 2019. © Peter Kneffel / DPA At the AuthorMieter Sixt Costs Cable cars Currently on average 10 to 20 percent more than in 2019.

For 2022, the effects of the delivery bottlenecks of the car maker on the offer of landlords and the development of market prices are difficult to see it Sixt.

The President of the Federal Association of Car Rooms (BAV), Jens Hilgerloh, said, "At the moment it is quite good, because demand is stable» - at a lower level than before Corona, but for "to higher prices". Normally, the German car rental companies bought the manufacturers 350,000 to 400,000 cars, "That's 10 to 12 percent of the overall market," said Hilgerloh the German Press Agency. Large landlords would receive appropriate customer discounts.

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Missing Components

But now the manufacturers can not build hundreds of thousands of cars despite high demand because semiconductors and other components are missing. Follow: The delivery times will be longer, car buyers get less discounts. Hilgerloh estimates that 20 to 25 percent of vehicles needed by the landlords in Germany can not be delivered and thus absorbed about 75,000 in the fleets. Because "the car rental companies are not the first place in the manufacturers».

On the one hand, the car makers earned more on sale from cars to private customers more than with cars for rental fleets. Daimler boss Ola Källenius had recently been on the IAA to sell Mercedes-Benz wool cars to "premium prices" and not with less return to car rental companies.

On the other hand, business relationships had suffered during the Corona Lockdowns, said Hilgerloh. Some landlords had no longer want to lose new vehicles despite delivery agreements with manufacturers because their cars at airport stations already blocked the parking lots. All major car rental companies had greatly reduced their fleets in the Corona crisis and now start up again.

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