San Francisco Standard Car Rentals

Booking inquiries at San Francisco pick up locations

Type Location Dates Class Car Price Request performed
San Francisco Airport (SFO)
(1 days)
03/17/2017 21:30 - 03/18/2017 12:00 Standard Chevrolet Cruze $54.20 / day 1 hour(s) and 37 minute(s) ago
San Francisco Airport (SFO)
(1 days)
03/17/2017 21:30 - 03/18/2017 12:00 Standard Toyota Camry $110.67 / day 1 hour(s) and 37 minute(s) ago
San Francisco Airport (SFO)
(1 days)
03/17/2017 21:30 - 03/18/2017 12:00 Standard Toyota Corolla $112.14 / day 1 hour(s) and 37 minute(s) ago
San Francisco Airport (SFO)
(1 days)
03/17/2017 21:30 - 03/18/2017 12:00 Standard Chrysler 200 $55.88 / day 1 hour(s) and 37 minute(s) ago
San Francisco Airport (SFO)
(1 days)
03/17/2017 21:30 - 03/18/2017 12:00 Standard Audi A4 $112.21 / day 1 hour(s) and 37 minute(s) ago


Standard car rentals are vehicles you see on the road each and every day. After all, these kinds of vehicles are used for both personal and business use.  How big are these standard car rentals? In a North American vehicle, four adults, one child and up to five travel bags can comfortably fit into the vehicle. In the European Standard and the Standard Elite, five adults and three travel bags can comfortably fit into the vehicle.

San Francisco Standard Class Cars: What Models Fit Into The Standard Category

Now, you might be wondering what kinds of vehicles fall under this category. Well, there are many common kinds of Standard class cars such as:

  • Chevrolet Monte Carlo
  • Nissan Altima Coupe
  • Peugeot 407
  • Subaru Legacy 
  • Volvo S40

The American-made Chevrolet Monte Carlo made its debut in 1970 with American muscle kept in mind during its design. It’s mid-size coupe that gives its driver and riders luxury with a roomy cabin and worthwhile handling. You can get up to 29 miles per gallon.

Now, the Nissan Altima Coupe has CVT (continuously variable transmission), which was introduced in 2002; it makes the shifting from one gear to the next smooth. The Altima Coupe offers 32 miles per gallon on the highway with 23 miles per gallon in the city limits. Some versions of the Altima Coupe have a 2.5-liter, 170 horsepower 4-cylinder engine to get drivers where they want to go.

In 2004, the Peugeot was built in France and, for the most part, consumers are ecstatic with the lavish inside and accurate steering.

The Subaru Legacy is also designed with the CVT, allowing for a smooth gear shift like the Nissan Altima Coupe has. This vehicle has a variety of engines including the 2.5-liter, 170 horse power, the 2.5-liter, 265 horsepower turbocharged and the 3.6-liter, 256 horsepower with five speed automatic transmissions. On the highway, you can expect to get up to 31 miles per gallon while in the city you’ll get 23 miles per gallon.

In 1995, the family car Volvo S40 hit the market. This smooth sedan has many features, such as reliability and safety, to it that make it one of the best vehicles on the road. Drivers will experience up to 30 miles per gallon of gas with the Volvo S40.

What Is The Definition Of A Standard Vehicle

  • The Monte Carlo has two to four doors, with an automatic unknown drive with an unknown fuel and power and comes with air conditioning.
  • The Nissan Altima Coupe has two to four doors, comes with air conditioning and has an unknown fuel/power.
  • The Peugeot 407 comes with four to five doors, has a manual unknown drive and fuel and power. It’s also got air conditioning.
  • The Volvo S40 is similar to the Peugeot. It also has four to five doors, an unknown manual -drive and fuel/power and air conditioning.
  • The Subaru Legacy has four doors, air conditioning and has both a manual and automatic drive.

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