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Renault Wind Convertible

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Lamborghini Gallardo

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Mercedes SLK 350

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Citreon C3 pluriel

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Audi A3

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Mazda MX5 Automatic

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Mercedes CLK Convertible Automatic

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Toyota Hilux Double Cab

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Porsche Panamera 4

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Mini Moke Automatic

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Australia - Explore the Land Down Under

Australia is a vast country and hiring a car in Australia is by far the easiest way to get around. Divided into the six states of New South Wales, Queensland, Victoria, Tasmania, South Australia and Western Australia, most of Australia’s population live in urban areas along the east or south east coast. Australia has plenty to discover, with a variety of landscapes that range from subtropical rain forests in the northeast, mountain ranges in the southeast and the famous ‘outback’ region of semi-arid desert landscape that covers the centre of the country, not to mention some amazing world-class cities that are an attraction in themselves.

Australia’s East Coast is one of the most popular destinations for travellers, and depending on where you want to visit you can collect your premium car rental on arrival at Sydney Airport (SYD), Canberra Airport (CBR), Melbourne Airport (MEL), Brisbane Airport (BNE) or Gold Coast Airport (OOL). From Sydney, you can take a tour the Hunter Valley Wine region, before driving north along the Pacific Highway, towards the city of Brisbane. Stop off at Port Stephens, Port Macquarie and Stuart’s Point, a great place for Kuala spotting, before reaching Coffs Harbour, one of the busiest and largest towns along the highway. Drive your car to the laid back town of Byron Bay, an iconic Australian beach destination, before heading along the Gold Coast, where you will find the wealthy resorts of Palm Beach and Surfers Paradise, and the city of Brisbane, Queensland’s capital beyond.

Queensland is home to some wonderful destinations, and exploring in your car rental is highly recommended. Travel along the Great Sunshine Way towards Noosa and Hervey Bay, where you can catch a boat over to Fraser Island, or continue driving north to Bundaberg, a historic sugar cane city and a gateway to the unforgettable Great Barrier Reef. Snorkelling, diving and surfing are the main draws of this region, and if you travel north towards Cairns, you will find yourself at Airlie Beach, a popular launch point for boat cruises around the Whitsunday Islands. Magnetic Island, Tully and Mission Beach are great destinations for nature lovers, and if that’s not enough, once you reach the city of Cairns, you should take time to explore Daintree National Park, Port Douglas and Cape Tribulation in your Cairns premium car rental.

Cairns is often a starting point for a journey into the Red Centre, to the town of Alice Springs and the iconic Ayers Rock, or Uluru, to give it its Aboriginal name. To drive from Cairns will take about a day and a half, and you may find it easier to catch a flight, picking up your rental premium car at Alice Springs Airport (ASP). Driving from Alice Springs to Ayers Rock will take about six hours, and often it will be just you, a few tour buses and some kangaroos on the road. Try to arrive before sunrise and either walk up or around the huge rock, before hiking through Kata Tjuta and Kings Canyon. There are plenty of options to stay in the Ayers Rock region, or you can drive back to Alice Springs, and begin your drive north to the port city of Darwin, via Kakadu National Park.

AustraliaOn the south east coast, in the state of Victoria, you can hire one of our premium cars in the fashionable city of Melbourne, renowned for its street art, food culture and café scene, whilst further west, about an eight-hour drive from Melbourne, in the state of South Australia, lies the city of Adelaide, where our Adelaide car rentals will be waiting for you. In the far west, in Western Australia, is the city of Perth. Perth is a laid back city that lies on the coastal plain alongside the Indian Ocean. Hiring a premium car in Perth is the best option for getting around, and the city is surprisingly car friendly. Australia is a fabulous country to explore, and for many visitors it is a once in a lifetime experience, so make sure you make the most of your visit when your hire a premium car with Bingo Car Rental.

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Premium Car Rental

Premium cars are vehicles with cutting edge technology and ultimate comfort, yet smaller than executive cars. Known as Compact Executive Cars or Compact Premium Cars, they are ideal for drivers looking for an affordable luxury vehicle that is smaller, lighter to drive and more fuel-efficient than an Executive or Luxury Car. The body style is often a hatchback or compact wagon, though premium sedans are also increasing common. Drive a premium car in Australia at a lower price when you book a rent a car with Bingo Car Rental.

Compact Premium Cars

A compact premium car is a luxurious supermini that is often popular with drivers looking for a reliable small car that is cheap to run but drives well and offers maximum comfort and style.
The Audi A3 is a fantastic premium compact and ideal for a luxurious small family car, as is the BMW 1 Series, a hatchback that offers a smooth and comfortable ride. Another option is the Hyundai i20 for an economical yet spacious vehicle that comes with a range of safety features and proves to be a good car to drive around town.

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A premium car may also be a sedan or an estate model, providing affordable luxury for all passengers, allowing them to travel in safety and comfort. A premium sedan may be a good rental car for business travellers or for families with children, ideal for those looking for a comfortable car that is cheaper than an executive car. Rent a Hyundai Sonata diesel or the Mercedes C Class saloon, an automatic transmission car that has 5 doors and plenty of room for luggage. The Mercedes E class also sits under the premium car rental category and is a luxurious automatic car for 5 people with a large luggage capacity and comfort for all passengers.

Premium Compact SUV Hire

If you are looking for a larger vehicle or a 4x4, why not hire an affordable premium Compact SUV in Australia. The Honda CR-V is roomy, comfortable, offers a solid performance and is equipped with plenty of technical features, whilst the Jeep Cherokee offers great off-road capability, is fitted with a powerful V6 engine and has a luxurious interior. The Hyundai Tucson is also an excellent premium compact SUV to rent in Australia and is popular due to its firm handling and powerful engine, as well as its finely cut interior. Drive the best quality compact SUVs at affordable prices when you rent your premium car with Bingo Car Rental.

Automatic or Manual Premium Cars

Choosing between an automatic or manual transmission Premium Car is a personal choice, depending on whether you prefer the ease of an automatic or the sense of control that driving a manual gear car gives you. The fuel economy of a manual car is usually much better in stick shift-equipped cars, though driving one takes some getting used to compared to an automatic, particularly if you are unused to the particular model or brand of car. We have a full range of premium models available so that you can choose the ideal automatic premium or manual compact executive rental car in Australia for you.

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