it was clean enough and had a full tank like all dealers
Fine print and add on expenses and insurance were very expensive, including very high deposit with little daily mileage. They put me on the road with illegally warn out tires on a "4x4" vehicle. One popped luckily in a town overnight and the mechanic threatened Sixt he would report them to the police unless they allowed for 4 brand new tires. Customer service seemed distant and not interested in actually helping. Expenses specifics: They required me to switch credit cards because i booked with my business credit card that didnt have my name expixitly on it required a second card that was flagged and shut off because of the $1000 repeat charge (yes I told the bank i was going to Iceland) They only give a limil of 100km per day, thankfully we paid an extra $160 for unlimited instead od $69 prr 100km because we did 3x that. Most other dealers include unlimited km. Insurance is crazy expensive (we went with Kayaks insurance for a 1/4 of the price luckily.l They also try to charge you a full fill amount at a "discount" bt that only of you bromg it back with litterally only a half liter left. They also stamp you with a $2,000 dollar deposit tjat takes 20 days to return. Do you research for sure, dont just show up to get your car, they come at you from all angles.