Avis Opens New Branch in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Tuesday, 6 July 2010

Avis car rental has opened its first regional branch in Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam.

Ho Chi Minh, also known as Saigon, is a centre of economic, science, technology and industry as it accounts for a high proportion of Vietnam's economy.

The new branch is located at No 86, D3 Street, Binh Thanh District and offers business and leisure customers the full spectrum of car rental, car leasing and chauffeur drive services. Besides the latest range of compact, mid to large size, sports and luxury vehicles from popular brands such as Mercedes Benz, Toyota, Audi and many others, a professionally trained and experienced English speaking local driver Avis ambassador will also be included as part of the car hire.

 Customers in Vietnam can also make overseas car rental reservations in more than 160 countries via the Avis Vietnam website or call centre at (84-4) 3795 1644.

Le Viet Hai Son, General Director of Avis Vietnam, said, We have expanded our branches in Vietnam with the goal of reaching out to more of Vietnams major economic centres. This presence is completely in line with our aim to grow and provide customers with better service, just like our expansion in this demanding market. Today, the need for reliable and tailored service is greater than ever, and we are here to make sure people get what they want.

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