Sanitised car hire in Manila

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 Manila, Philippines offer sanitised rental cars:

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

Sanitised car
This car rental company has committed to maintaining sanitisation measures as per WHO COVID-19 guidelines.
  • EUROPCAR
  • NATIONAL

Cheapest car hire in Manila

Economy

Toyota Vios

5 Adults, 5 Doors

From 32.58 EUR/day
Toyota Vios

7 Days rental at 228.11 EUR from August 24

  2 |
  Manual |
  Yes
Economy

Hyundai Accent

5 Adults, 3 Doors

From 39.20 EUR/day
Hyundai Accent

7 Days rental at 274.46 EUR from August 24

  2 |
  Automatic |
  Yes
Compact

Toyota Vios

5 Adults, 5 Doors

From 39.97 EUR/day
Toyota Vios

7 Days rental at 279.80 EUR from August 24

  3 |
  Manual |
  Yes
Economy

Mitsubishi Mirage

5 Adults, 5 Doors

From 39.97 EUR/day
Mitsubishi Mirage

7 Days rental at 279.80 EUR from August 24

  2 |
  Manual |
  Yes
Intermediate

Toyota Innova

7 Adults, 5 Doors

From 40.10 EUR/day
Toyota Innova

7 Days rental at 280.76 EUR from August 24

  1 |
  Manual |
  Yes
Economy

Toyota Vios

5 Adults, 5 Doors

From 40.10 EUR/day
Toyota Vios

7 Days rental at 280.76 EUR from August 24

  2 |
  Automatic |
  Yes
Compact

Toyota Vios

5 Adults, 3 Doors

From 43.45 EUR/day
Toyota Vios

7 Days rental at 304.16 EUR from August 24

  3 |
  Automatic |
  Yes
Compact

Toyota Vios

5 Adults, 3 Doors

From 43.91 EUR/day
Toyota Vios

7 Days rental at 307.39 EUR from August 24

  3 |
  Automatic |
  Yes
Compact

Toyota Vios

5 Adults, 3 Doors

From 47.61 EUR/day
Toyota Vios

7 Days rental at 333.29 EUR from August 24

  3 |
  Automatic |
  Yes

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

Useful to know about Manila

  • With a population of 20m, Manila is the second largest city but capital of the Philippines.
  • The first documentation of the city was in the 10th century.
  • Originally it was known as Ginto or ‘City of Gold’.
  • The modern city was founded in 1571.
  • The islands were British for two years in the 18th century.
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Best car rental companies in Manila

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No.1: RIGHT CARS,
based on 13 reviews
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No.2: EUROPCAR,
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Nearest car hire pickup locations in or near Manila

BUDGET

Unit 109-h Ground Floor, Five Ecom Center, Harbor Drive, Mall Of Asia Complex, Pasay City , 1300

HERTZ

7912 Somerset Olympia Building, Makati Avenue, Makati City, Metro Manila

HERTZ

Ground Floor, Dusit D2 The Fort,, 6 Mckinley Parkway, Taguig City

INTL CAR RENTALS

2326 Chino Roces Ave , Makati City , Manila

EUROPCAR

Hotel Lobby At Robinsons Cybergate Plaza Edsa Corner Pioneer Street, Plaza Edsa Corner Pioneer Street, Manila

AVIS

Unit A7, 9049 National Highway, Calamba, 4027

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Manila car hire information

  • 7.2/10
    Best Rated Agent:
    Right Cars
  • € 228.06
    Average price:
    (per week)
  • € 32.58
    Best Price:
    Per Week
  • 10
    Most Popular Type:
    Compact
  • 9
    Most popular model:
    Toyota Vios
  • 33
    Total Cars Available
     

Average prices per day for car hire in Manila

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

FAQs about car hire in Manila

How much does car hire in Manila cost?

Car hire in Manila costs as little as €32.60 per day, however the average price across all suppliers for a Economy class vehicle is €39.90 per day. The most expensive car to hire is €108.30 per day from BUDGET for a Ford Everest.

What car hire companies offer sanitised car rental in Manila?

2 car hire brands have committed to maintaining sanitisation measures as per WHO COVID-19 guidelines in Manila, including EUROPCAR, NATIONAL, see the full list here.

What car hire companies offer sanitised car rental in Manila?

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

Who is the best car rental agent in Manila?

Based on recent customer reviews over the last 3 months, Right Cars has the highest customer rating for car hire in Manila with a score of 7.1/10

with EUROPCAR Franchise rated second best with a score of 5.0/10

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

Today’s cheapest price for compact car hire in Manila is €279.80 per week from NATIONAL.

Who is the cheapest car hire agent in Manila?

The cheapest car hire company in Manila is EUROPCAR, with prices for a Economy class car such as the Toyota Vios available from as little as €228.06 per week.

How much is fuel in Manila?

You can expect to pay €0.71/ltr of petrol and €0.57/ltr of diesel in Manila. You’ll pay a premium if refilling at motorway services of up to 10%.

What car hire agencies are available in Manila?

We can arrange great deals on car hire in Manila with leading car hire companies such as BUDGET, EUROPCAR, HERTZ, INTL CAR RENTALS, NATIONAL, RIGHT CARS, THRIFTY as well as reputable, local car hire companies.

What type of car can I hire in Manila?

We can arrange Compact, Economy, Fullsize, Fullsize Elite, Intermediate, Special and Standard class rental cars in Manila.

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

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

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

We don’t have any discount codes for car hire in Manila at the moment, however EUROPCAR rates start from just €228.06 per week. If you’ve found a cheaper price than €228.06 from EUROPCAR in Manila Ninoy Aquino Intl Airport Terminal 2 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 Manila?

The cheapest price to hire a car for a week in Manila is €228.20 per week with an average price of €279.30 per week across all car hire companies.

Information about the car hire agents in Manila

Most popular car hire companies in Manila:

  • Right cars (tel: 0063286263825)
  • Budget (tel: 63-0917-594-8238)
  • National (tel: (+632) 8330648)
  • Intl car rentals (tel: (+632) 8833 0648)
  • Hertz (tel: +63 (02) 8 396-7551 )
  • Thrifty (tel: +63 (02) 8920274)
  • Europcar (tel: 63 2 86665120)

Pick-up locations for car hire companies in Manila:

  • Right cars (Unit 109-H Ground Floor, Five Ecom Center, Harbor Drive, Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay City , 1300)
  • Budget (Andrews Ave, Pasay, 1300 Metro Manila, Manila)
  • National (Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 2, Paranque City, Metro Manila)
  • Intl car rentals (Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 2, Paranque City, Metro Manila)
  • Hertz (Pasay, Metro Manila, Philippines)
  • Thrifty (Manila Ninoy Aquino International Airport - Terminal 2 , Pasay -Metro Manila, Philippines)

Car hire company ratings in Manila:

  • Right Cars: Rated 7.1/10 from 6 reviews
  • EUROPCAR Franchise: Rated 5.0/10 from 7 reviews

Most popular car rental agents in Manila:

  • Hertz (Tel: +63 2 8892-0274)
  • Budget (Tel: +63 2 8816-0181)
  • Avis (Tel: +63 2 8879-6245)
  • Europcar (Tel: +63 2 8666-5120)
  • National (Tel: +63 2 8532-2110)
  • Thrifty (Tel: +63 2 892-0274)

Manila Mini Guide

What can you Tell me About Manila?
Manila is a fascinating city with an equally fascinating history. In its time as capital of the Philippines, it has been under Arab, Spanish, British and American control and has retained much of the culture and mores of those times. The city was once described as the oriental equivalent of London, Paris or Madrid but its geographical position during the Second World War proved disastrous as the Japanese and Americans successively bombed the city, mercilessly destroying the old city called Intramuros. The ruins of Intramuros still stand today as a memorial to those who died.

How do I get to Manila?
At the moment, Ninoy Aquino Airport is the Philippines largest and serves Manila but Diosdada Macapagal Airport, found a little further out in a business park looks set to take over as the city’s main point of entry with landing charges much lower there. Access from both airports to the centre is simple with buses, taxis and car rental available.

What Should I Make Sure I see in Manila?
Intramuros is a must visit site with the ruins of the old city, bombed in 1945, standing starkly within the massive city walls that give Intramuros its name. There are many buildings still standing from the time and some were restored after the US victory, Fort Santiago being one of them, and considered Manila’s most visited landmark. Visit also the Postigo del Palacio which is renowned as the place of execution of the Filipino hero Jose Rizal and where there is a shrine and small museum dedicated to the story of how he led the struggle against Spanish domination.

What can I buy to Take Home With me?
The Philippines are renowned for their handicrafts, art and music and many of the souvenirs centre around these themes. Wooden and bamboo items including housewares and jewellery boxes abound as well as a unique style of art which, with its vivid colours, may not suit all tastes. You can also pick up Filipino musical instruments including flutes and percussion instruments cheaply. Flowers and fruit from the island, especially some of the more unusual varieties, make great gifts but check your airline’s policy before you buy.

What is Good to eat in Manila?
Manila is home to the largest Chinatown in the world and if you get the chance to visit, you’ll soon be immersed in the culture and cuisine. From street vendors selling hot and spicy food on the go, to sit down meals in classy restaurants, the Chinese food is the most varied and delicious outside of China. Elsewhere there is still a strong Spanish twist on cuisine and it’s not unusual to find tapas, tortilla and more. Finally, the years of American rule have left the usual fast food stamp on each street but try to sample more authentic food if you can.

How do the Filipinos Celebrate?
The Philippines is the largest Catholic country in the Far East and the religion strongly influences the festivals and celebrations in the islands. Most of the big religious festivals are celebrated with gusto and often combine aspects from other religions making the occasions quite electric.

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The Philippines, and Manila in particular, are renowned for fabulous Oriental sunsets. The best place to see them is from the Baywalk which has been cleared of buildings to enable an obstruction free walk along the coast.

Hire a car and visit the old city called ‘Intramuros’ or ‘Between the Walls’. This is where the Spanish first built the fortified settlement that was to become the capital.  For more information on the history of the islands, visit the National Museum where you’ll find colonial and pre-colonial exhibits on display.