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Volkswagen Up

*or similar Norway Volkswagen Up economy hire 54 per day Book Now

Citroen C5 Wagon (with Sat Nav)

*or similar Norway Citroen C5 Wagon (with Sat Nav) low budget rent 56 per day Book Now

Peugeot 308

*or similar Norway Peugeot 308 economical rental 31 per day Book Now

Peugeot 107

*or similar Norway Peugeot 107 affordable rent 59 per day Book Now

Renault Modus

*or similar Norway Renault Modus cheap hire 50 per day Book Now

Chevrolet Uplander 7 passenger

*or similar Norway Chevrolet Uplander 7 passenger cheap rental 65 per day Book Now

Mercedes B Class

*or similar Norway Mercedes B Class budget rental 64 per day Book Now

Volkswagen Passat Stationwagon

*or similar Norway Volkswagen Passat Stationwagon low price hire 92 per day Book Now

Toyota Aygo

*or similar Norway Toyota Aygo low priced hire 62 per day Book Now

Opel Insignia Diesel Automatic SW

*or similar Norway Opel  Insignia Diesel Automatic SW best price hire 85 per day Book Now

Discover the Natural Wonders of Norway

The northernmost of the Scandinavian countries, Norway is a place of unbelievable natural beauty, as you will discover when you drive one of our cheap car rentals through its vast wilderness. This is a large and expensive country to travel around, so enjoy the freedom to travel off the beaten track and save money with your own rental vehicle. From deep fjords to vast glaciers, dramatic mountains and rocky coastlines, Norway is a real treat for anyone lucky enough to visit.

In East Norway is the sophisticated capital city Oslo, which is a great base for travelling out into the mountains and the fjords, as well as a city worth spending time in, with museums, a thriving café bar culture and fantastic nightlife. Getting out of the city is easy when driving your budget rental, and you will soon find yourself in the Norwegian countryside, with activities such as hiking, skiing, kayaking, cycling and sailing all on offer.

Travel west towards the city of Bergen in West Norway, the second largest city and a gateway to the western fjords. Once the capital of Norway, Bergen has a vibrant alternative music scene, as well as being surrounded by mountains. If you are driving, the E16 from Oslo is the most direct route, passing through Laerdal and Flam, though there are more scenic routes that will take longer and may be prone to closure in poor weather conditions. Stay in the city or head out into the breathtaking landscape of the Norwegian fjords that stretch from Stavanger in the south right up to the Russian border. From Bergen, you can easily travel to the fjord towns of Gudvangen, Balestrand, Lofthus and Voss, as well as to the Naeroydalen valley.

A must do road-trip in Norway is the Atlanterhavsveien, or ‘The Atlantic Road’, which connects an archipelago of small islands just off Norway’s Midwestern coast, near the cities of Molde and Kristiansund. A series of spectacular bridges take travellers on a five-mile or so journey across the wilderness of the Atlantic Ocean. You should also take a trip to the Sognefjord, Norway’s deepest and longest fjord that stretches more than 200 km into the foot of the Jotunheimen Mountain, or to visit Jostedalsbreen, the largest glacier on mainland Europe. On the south coast, there are hundreds of islands that can be explored by boat, launching from the pretty coastal villages of Mandal and Arendal.

NorwayFrom Oslo, you can also travel north to the ancient city of Trondheim in central Norway, home to the second largest church in Northern Europe, the medieval Nidaros Cathedral, as well as a beautiful historic town centre. From Trondheim you can continue north, where the landscape becomes increasingly more dramatic and sparsely populated. Travel across the Arctic Circle to the port of Bodo and take a ferry to the Lofoten Islands, or continue north to the town of Narvik, and then to Tromso. This area of Northern Norway is the place to go for more great fjords, as well to experience the longest hours of sunlight in the summer and to discover more about Norway’s ancient Sami culture. You can fly directly into Tromso and collect your cheap car on arrival if you want to save time.

The main airport for arrivals in Norway is Oslo Airport, Gardermoen (OSL), although some airlines also use Sandefjord Airport, (TRF) 115 km to the south of Oslo. On the west coast you can fly into Stavanger Airport or Bergen Airport (BGO) as well as Trondheim Airport (TRD) in Middle Norway and Tromsø Airport (TOS) in Northern Norway. It is also possible to drive into Norway from the neighbouring countries of Finland, Sweden and Russia. Wherever you plan to travel in Norway, hiring a cheap car ensures you get to see the best of its landscapes, towns and cities and travel at a pace that is right for you.

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Low Cost Car Hire

Bingo Car Rental is the place to come if you are looking for cheap car rental in Norway. For a family vacation or road trip with friends, hiring a car is often the cheapest way to get around, giving you the freedom and flexibility to explore at your will. Find out how you can keep your rental costs to a minimum when you search online with Bingo Car Rental, so that you make big savings on your holiday. We are able to present you with prices that are up to 30% cheaper than renting the same cars directly from the car rental company, and by comparing prices from the leading car rental agencies such as Avis, Sixt and Europcar, we ensure you get the rental car you are looking for at the lowest rates available online.

Rent an Economy Compact Car in Norway

A compact car, supermini or small city car… whatever name you give it, this is the most economical car you can rent in Norway. Ideal for couples, small families or city driving, not only are compact city cars the cheapest rental category, you will also find that these simple little run around cars keep fuel costs to a minimum. Look out for cars that deliver a good fuel economy (65 mpg being a good return, 80mpg is excellent), such as the manual transmission Volkswagen Polo with a diesel engine that delivers 74.3mpg or the Peugeot 308 Hdi, a great little small family car that delivers an impressive 79mpg. The Peugeot 107 and the Toyota Aygo are also reliable low price small cars, so choose a supermini with excellent fuel efficiency and find out for yourself how much money you can save.

Family Car Hire at Cheaper Rental Rates

If you are travelling with a family and luggage, or are planning to travel long distances, a mid-size or full-size car is what you need. You can find cheap mid-size cars to hire in Norway, including the Toyota Auris Hybrid and the sporty Hyundai i30 automatic tdi. The larger Toyota Prius Hybrid is also a good option, delivering an impressive fuel economy of 83.1mpg, saving you money on your gas. Other cheaper full-size cars include the Volkswagen Passat and the Mercedes C Class, giving you the space and comfort you need for a long journey whilst you reduce rental costs and petrol consumption.

Low Price 7 seater Car Hire

For travels with a large group, hiring a 7 seater minivan is probably the cheapest option. 7 seater cars come in a range of shapes and sizes, from the most economical 5+2 estate car up to a larger 7 seater MPV or minivan. If you are travelling with children, a 5+2 stationwagon is probably your cheapest option, such as the Peugeot 307 Wagon (with Sat Nav). The additional seats are ideal for kids, but not always suitable for adults and long distances, and you may need to consider a larger MPV or minivan. A compact MPV will be the lowest price 7 seater rental and recommended models include the Peugeot 508 5+2 TDI and the Volkswagen Touran 5+2.

Renting Cheap Minivans, 8 Seater Vehicles and Vans in Norway

Renting a Minivan or People Carrier in Norway is the cheapest way to transport 8 or more people, and you can take advantage of the great deals that Bingo Car Rental can offer online. The Chevrolet Spin is a simple yet stylish and comfortable 8 passenger MPV, the 9 seater diesel Fiat Scudo is an economical minivan, whilst for larger groups, the 12 seater Hyundai H1 delivers a great performance and excellent fuel economy. If you are planning a long road trip or a weekend in the country, a Toyota Previa Campervan rental might be the cheapest option for you, providing you with the freedom to travel in comfort and style, as well as an affordable, comfortable and safe place to sleep.

SUV and 4x4 Car Rental at Budget Prices

If it is an off-road vehicle you are looking for, or an impressive sporty looking SUV, then find out what cheap deals are available on SUV and 4x4 hire. If you want to save money on fuel costs, an SUV won’t be as fuel efficient as a subcompact car, but there are some SUV’s that will deliver more than 50mpg, including the manual Volkswagen Tiguan Diesel and the crossover SUV Nissan Qashqai Diesel. For a larger 4x4, the Range Rover Evoque or the BMW X3 also deliver a good fuel economy and are both reliable, safe and practical 4x4’s, ideal for family vacations and off road adventures.

Hire a Low Price Luxury Car

For a cheap way to hire a luxury car, booking online with Bingo Car Rental is your answer. We hire the same high quality luxury cars as the specialist luxury car rental operators, but at much lower prices, and whether you want an exotic car hire for one day for a wedding, or a weekly rental for a special holiday, we have the ideal low cost luxury car for you. Choose a Mercedes E Class, an Audi A8 or a premium Jaguar XF. A Bentley Flying Spur makes the perfect wedding car, whilst an Audi TT Convertible will certainly turn heads wherever you drive.

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