Sanitised car hire in Oslo

Look out for this icon to see which car hire brands have committed to maintaining sanitisation measures as per WHO COVID-19 guidelines, the following car hire companies in Oslo, Norway offer sanitised rental cars:

At present, none of the car rental companies in Oslo have committed to offering sanitised cars.

Sanitised car
This car rental company has committed to maintaining sanitisation measures as per WHO COVID-19 guidelines.
  • AVIS
  • BUDGET
  • EUROPCAR
  • HERTZ
  • KEDDY BY EUROPCAR
  • SIXT
  • THRIFTY

Cheapest car hire in Oslo

Economy

Volkswagen Polo

5 Adults, 3 Doors

From 40.93 EUR/day
Volkswagen Polo

7 Days rental at 286.53 EUR from 16/11/2020

  2 |
  Manual |
  Yes
Economy

Volkswagen Polo

5 Adults, 3 Doors

From 41.84 EUR/day
Volkswagen Polo

7 Days rental at 292.88 EUR from 16/11/2020

  2 |
  Manual |
  Yes
Economy

Toyota Yaris

5 Adults, 5 Doors

From 41.85 EUR/day
Toyota Yaris

7 Days rental at 292.97 EUR from 16/11/2020

  2 |
  Manual |
  Yes
Mini

Volkswagen Up

4 Adults, 3 Doors

From 43.36 EUR/day
Volkswagen Up

7 Days rental at 303.56 EUR from 16/11/2020

  2 |
  Manual |
  Yes
Mini

Volkswagen Up

4 Adults, 3 Doors

From 43.37 EUR/day
Volkswagen Up

7 Days rental at 303.65 EUR from 16/11/2020

  2 |
  Manual |
  Yes
Economy

Volkswagen Polo

5 Adults, 3 Doors

From 44.33 EUR/day
Volkswagen Polo

7 Days rental at 310.36 EUR from 16/11/2020

  2 |
  Manual |
  Yes
Compact

Volkswagen Golf

5 Adults, 5 Doors

From 44.74 EUR/day
Volkswagen Golf

7 Days rental at 313.20 EUR from 16/11/2020

  3 |
  Manual |
  Yes
Compact

Volkswagen Golf

5 Adults, 5 Doors

From 45.19 EUR/day
Volkswagen Golf

7 Days rental at 316.33 EUR from 16/11/2020

  3 |
  Automatic |
  Yes
Compact

Toyota Auris

5 Adults, 5 Doors

From 45.20 EUR/day
Toyota Auris

7 Days rental at 316.43 EUR from 16/11/2020

  3 |
  Automatic |
  Yes

*daily rates in Oslo based on a 1 day rental (24hr period) and for guidance purposes only.

Useful to know about Oslo

  • Oslo was founded in the 11th century by King Harald III of Norway.
  • Just under one and a half million people live in the Oslo Metropolitan area.
  • Oslo is one of the fastest growing cities in Europe.
  • Around one quarter of the Oslo population are immigrants.
  • Oslo is ranked as a global beta world city.

Oslo car hire reviews

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Rated 3.8 / 5 | 1,800 reviews

Best car rental companies in Oslo

8.4
No.1: AVIS,
based on 1840 reviews
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85
15 min (average wait time)
8.2
No.4: BUDGET,
based on 4680 reviews
83
84
75
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84
17 min (average wait time)
8.2
No.3: SIXT,
based on 4016 reviews
84
83
75
83
85
17 min (average wait time)

Nearest car hire pickup locations in or near Oslo

HERTZ

Oslo Railway Station, Oslo, 00000000000

BUDGET

Ensjoeveien 12d, Oslo, 0655

HERTZ

Okern Torgvei 1 Okern, Oslo, 0580

HERTZ

Okernveien 115, Oslo, 0579

HERTZ

Fornebuveien 80, Oslo, 1325

AVIS

Loexaveien 5, Rud, 1351

Recent customer reviews (average rating 10.0/10)

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10/10
great service,

great service, have used Rhino car hire in Norway and USA!!!!! thanks

26/07/2019
Karen

UK

8/10
Sandefjord and

Sandefjord and Norway is one of the most beautiful places I have ever been to but a short 4 day trip nearly bankrupted me!

08/02/2019
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Oslo car hire information

  • 8.4/10
    Best Rated Agent:
    Avis Europe Corporate
  • € 286.51
    Average price:
    (per week)
  • € 40.93
    Best Price:
    Per Week
  • 31
    Most Popular Type:
    Compact
  • 11
    Most popular model:
    Volkswagen Golf
  • 97
    Total Cars Available
     

Average prices per day for car hire in Oslo

*average daily rates based on 7 day rental, search for today's best prices.

FAQs about car hire in Oslo

How much does car hire in Oslo cost?

Car hire in Oslo costs as little as €40.90 per day, however the average price across all suppliers for a Economy class vehicle is €49.10 per day. The most expensive car to hire is €192.00 per day from EUROPCAR for a Volkswagen Caravelle.

What car hire companies offer sanitised car rental in Oslo?

7 car hire brands have committed to maintaining sanitisation measures as per WHO COVID-19 guidelines in Oslo, including KEDDY BY EUROPCAR, THRIFTY, SIXT, see the full list here.

What car hire companies offer sanitised car rental in Oslo?

None of the car hire companies in Oslo are currently offering sanitised cars as per WHO COVID-19 guidelines.

Who is the best car rental agent in Oslo?

Based on recent customer reviews over the last 3 months, Avis Europe Corporate has the highest customer rating for car hire in Oslo with a score of 8.4/10

with EUROPCAR Franchise rated second best with a score of 8.2/10

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How much does it cost to hire a compact car in Oslo?

Today’s cheapest price for compact car hire in Oslo is €313.20 per week from KEDDY BY EUROPCAR.

Who is the cheapest car hire agent in Oslo?

The cheapest car hire company in Oslo is KEDDY BY EUROPCAR, with prices for a Economy class car such as the Volkswagen Polo available from as little as €286.51 per week.

How much is fuel in Oslo?

You can expect to pay €1.39/ltr of petrol and €1.21/ltr of diesel in Oslo. You’ll pay a premium if refilling at motorway services of up to 10%.

What car hire agencies are available in Oslo?

We can arrange great deals on car hire in Oslo with leading car hire companies such as AVIS, BUDGET, EUROPCAR, HERTZ, KEDDY BY EUROPCAR, SIXT, THRIFTY as well as reputable, local car hire companies.

What type of car can I hire in Oslo?

We can arrange Compact, Compact Elite, Economy, Fullsize, Intermediate, Intermediate Elite, Luxury, Mini, Premium, Standard and Standard Elite class rental cars in Oslo.

How much does it cost to hire a convertible car in Oslo?

We don’t currently have any convertible cars to hire in Oslo, but we are working in it and please check dates for future rentals.
The price at the moment for a convertible rental car in Oslo is € per week from for a .

Do you have a discount code for car hire in Oslo?

We don’t have any discount codes for car hire in Oslo at the moment, however KEDDY BY EUROPCAR rates start from just €286.51 per week. If you’ve found a cheaper price than €286.51 from KEDDY BY EUROPCAR in Oslo - Downtown or any other rental agent, let us know and we’ll do our best to beat it.

How much does it cost to hire a car for a week in Oslo?

The cheapest price to hire a car for a week in Oslo is €286.30 per week with an average price of €343.70 per week across all car hire companies.

Information about the car hire agents in Oslo

Most popular car hire companies in Oslo:

  • Europcar (tel: 47 0047 22831242)
  • Hertz (tel: 22210000)
  • Avis (tel: (47) 67255559)
  • Thrifty (tel: +47 22210000)
  • Keddy by europcar (tel: 47 0047 22831242)
  • Budget (tel: +47 (0)67255535)
  • Avis (tel: (47) 23239202)
  • Sixt (tel: +47 48040700 )

Pick-up locations for car hire companies in Oslo:

  • Europcar (MUNKEDAMSVEIEN 21, Entrance from Munkedamsveien, OSLO, 0250)
  • Hertz (Holbergsgaten 30, Oslo, 0166)
  • Avis (Ensjoeveien 12D, Oslo, 0655)
  • Thrifty (Holbergsgaten 30 , Oslo, 166)
  • Keddy by europcar (MUNKEDAMSVEIEN 21, OSLO, 0250)
  • Budget (Sjogata 4, Oslo, 0250)

Car hire company ratings in Oslo:

  • Avis Europe: Rated 8.4/10 from 72 reviews
  • BUDGET EMEA: Rated 8.2/10 from 116 reviews
  • EUROPCAR Franchise: Rated 8.2/10 from 112 reviews
  • Hertz: Rated 8.2/10 from 197 reviews
  • SIXT Franchise: Rated 8.2/10 from 104 reviews
  • Keddy by Europcar : Rated 8.1/10 from 25 reviews

Oslo Mini Guide

What can you Tell me About Oslo?
Oslo is the capital of Norway and the fastest growing city in Europe despite being ranked the second most expensive city to live in on the planet after Tokyo. It was founded nearly a millennium ago and despite being burnt down in the 17th century, it became the capital of the country. The city was rebuilt in a different location and renamed as Christiania before returning to its original Norse name of Oslo in 1925. It is a major commercial centre and home to Norway’s maritime industry. Oslo’s weather is one of extremes with long sunny warm days in summer whilst in winter, weeks can pass without the temperature rising above freezing.

How do I get to Oslo?
Oslo has three airports with Gardemoen being the closest at twenty miles from the centre. Low cost airlines fly into Oslo Torp, 65 miles away or Moss Lufthavn Rygge Airport 40 miles away. All airports have flights to Oslo from the UK with many regional UK airports being represented. Rygge Airport is now Ryanair’s major Norwegian hub and currently attracts one of their lowest fares. Bus routes operate from all airports into Oslo whilst Gardemoen also has a direct train link with the city

What is There to See and Do in Oslo?
Oslo is known for its museums and perhaps the most interesting is the Holocaust Centre which details the period of the German occupation and the notorious man who gave his name to the word ‘Quisling’, meaning traitor or collaborator. Few take the time to find out about the effects of war on the countries on the periphery of fighting but the story of Second World War Norway is fascinating. For an altogether more uplifting experience try to get a ticket to see the interior of the Royal Palace which is a very popular attraction. You’ve also got the spectacular City Hall where each year the Nobel Prizes are presented and just outside the city on the harbour side at Bygdoy, there’s the Kon Tiki Museum with Tor Heyerdahl’s original ship and a Viking ship museum with the world’s best preserved longships.

What Should I buy to Take Home With me?
Norway is as famous in home design as Sweden and many of the shops in the capital sell household goods with weird and wacky designs but which are incredibly functional. If you have a modern kitchen at home, pick up a few pieces which are sure to become talking points for guests.

What Should I eat When I’m in Oslo?
For great food on the go, try the grillpolse, or Norwegian hotdog snack. Drier and spicier than its American counterpart, they are a popular part of Oslo street culture and a great way to keep hunger at bay. Another favourite in Oslo is the Lutefisk or fish which has been soaked in caustic soda! Whilst this sounds dangerous, let alone unappetising, the fish is soaked before cooking and the effect of the soda is to give the fish a jelly-like consistency.

What does Oslo do for Entertainment?
Oslo is the most expensive city in Europe and even more so when it comes to beer and alcohol. Much entertainment is therefore centred around coffee and cake rather than pubs and clubs. The laid back evenings are filled with conversation about life and politics and make a refreshing change from loud music and drunkenness!

Oslo is the centre of Norway for economy, politics, culture and science. Although the city was only properly established in the 19th century, the settlement has a long history.

Much of the success of Oslo has revolved around its shipping and it is one of the focal trading points in Scandinavia. For that reason we offer Oslo car rentals to both business travellers and tourists. The latter tend to find that Oslo is very expensive but we can reassure them by having the cheapest car rental prices in Norway.  The earlier you book, the lower those rates will be.

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