₹ 1,984 - ₹ 9,142
₹ 3,118 - ₹ 7,299
₹ 1,772 - ₹ 5,031
The cheapest time to rent a car in New Delhi is in July. The price is 36% lower than the rest of the year at just INR 2,055 per day. The most expensive month is January. If you are looking for a specific car type, consider renting an economy car in May. If you need more room for your family, larger vehicles with 6+ seats are typically cheapest in July. The price of a car rental in New Delhi can vary based on a number of factors including supply, popularity of the vehicle, and how far out you book your rental car.
|Most popular||1First Car Rental||1First Car Rental gives you the cheapest deals in 2 locations around the city|
|Most locations||Europcar||Europcar gives you high quality and luxurious models in one of their 5 locations|
|Janakpuri District Centre||8.3 km|
|Sarojini Nagar Market||9.7 km|
|Pusa Hill Forest||10.5 km|
|Lodhi Garden||12.4 km|
|Gurudwara Bangla Sahib||13.2 km|
|Sarojini Nagar Market||4.5 km|
|Pusa Hill Forest||5.9 km|
|Lodhi Garden||7.0 km|
|Khan Market||7.9 km|
|Gurudwara Bangla Sahib||8.0 km|
|Karol Bagh||0.8 km|
|Sadar Bazaar||2.4 km|
|Gurudwara Bangla Sahib||2.8 km|
|Pusa Hill Forest||2.8 km|
|Connaught Place||3.2 km|
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This January we have run 435 searches for car rental in New Delhi for momondo users.
To rent a car in New Delhi for a weekend in February, we found prices as low as ₹ 3,730 with an average of ₹ 7,478. Stretching your rental over seven days shifts the price range to about ₹ 3,733 to ₹ 9,276.
The average price of a car rental from New Delhi Indira Gandhi Intl is ₹ 5,835.
If you can be flexible with supplier location in New Delhi, you'll likely get the best deal from Avis, Europcar or Ss Travels.
11% of people were looking for automatic cars to rent in New Delhi, rather than a manual gearbox ("stick shift"). To rent an automatic in New Delhi next month can cost as low as ₹ 13,074 - the equivalent best deal for a manual car is ₹ 1,898.
If you are renting a car, motorcycle or van in New Delhi, be aware that the current speed limit on motorways is 120 km/h. For single carriageways the limit drops to 80 km/h. For urban areas such as towns and cities, the limit is usually 70 km/h.
The law addressing driving under the influence states that 0% BAC is the legal limit for operating a vehicle in New Delhi.
In New Delhi the quality of the road network has been ranked no. 61 with a score of 4. 7 being the highest score and 1 the lowest. IN enters at no. 61 with a road network quality score of 4. Roads will inevitably vary across the country so these sources are purely intended as a guide.
When driving in New Delhi, ensure you drive on the left.