This post was brought to you in part by Infinite World Car Rentals.
Renowned for its extremely good customer service, Infinite World Car Rentals is one said to be one of the most underrated luxury car rentals in the country. Its multiple reviews on Facebook all mention the same things – stellar service, friendly staff, and how the cars were delivered in tiptop condition.
Booking a ride from them is a breeze. You could either click ‘Book now‘ on their website or give them a call any hour, any day. Then, just relax and wait for your ride to be delivered to your doorstep. The reliable team will ensure the car reaches you on time, come rain or shine. They also offer chauffeuring services to and from the airport or any other location based on your needs.
We took a look at their fleet, which has more than 40 cars up for charter. There is a good variety of luxury sedans, luxury MPVs, luxury SUVs, limos, sports cars, and supercars to choose from. From a luxurious Chrysler 300 limousine perfect for wedding use to a spunky Lamborghini Aventador for a fun drive, check out Infinite World Car Rentals’ fantastic fleet for your next special occasion.
Stylish birthday surprise
For the next birthday of your special person, let the surprise start from the moment they walk out their door. Imagine the looks on their faces when you show up in a Rolls Royce Ghost to chauffeur them to the celebration venue – it’s bound to be a memorable occasion! Rental rates for this beauty starts at RM7,500 per session. There are also weekly and monthly rates available upon request.
Elegant wedding ride
If you have wedding bells ringing in your near future, congratulations! Depending on the location of your ceremony, it’s important to have your transportation sorted, especially when it comes to the wedding car. Besides providing instant elevation to your arrival or departure from the venue, the ample space in this Chrysler Limousine would also be practical for gowns with long trains, or a veil like Priyanka Chopra’s. The rates for this beauty start at RM9,000 per session, with weekly and monthly rates available upon request.
Fabulous family fun
Planning a trip that will have you driving the whole family for long hours? Try the Audi Q7 on for size. Its ample boot space and premium interior will ensure everybody enjoys a comfortable and spacious experience. This reliable SUV features a powerful 3.0 litre engine for an added boost on long journeys. The Audi Q7 can be chartered at a rate of RM2,000 a day with weekly and monthly rates available upon request.
Classy corporate chauffeur
Should you have business partners or clients flying down for a visit, the Mercedes-Benz S400 L Hybrid is a good choice to chauffeur them around in. Classy and comfortable, the luxury sedan is dressed to impressed. The Mercedes-Benz S400 L Hybrid rides on Airmatic suspension, ensuring a smooth and enjoyable ride every time. Prices start at RM3,000 per session, with weekly and monthly rates available too.
Infinite World Car Rentals was established in 2015, and has since won the approval of many customers. Just a quick zip to the customer reviews on their Facebook page will show you that. They guarantee friendly and professional service, and are ready to assist with your transport plans to the best of their abilities. If you’re looking to charter a luxury car for your next special occasion, it’s definitely worth checking these guys out. See their full fleet at www.iwrentcar.com.
All images courtesy of Infinite World Car Rentals.
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