South Africa

Cheap Car Rentals in South Africa

Cape Town, South Africa
11 Dec — 18 Dec
Same drop-off
Cape Town, South Africa
Sun 11/12
Noon
Sun 18/12
Noon
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What is the cheapest time to rent a car in South Africa?

January

฿1,073

February

฿1,350

March

฿1,350

April

฿1,385

May

฿1,177

June

฿1,177

July

฿1,212

August

฿1,212

September

฿1,177

October

฿1,108

November

฿1,108

December

฿1,350

Currently, the cheapest month to rent a car in South Africa is November. The most expensive time to rent a car is February. The cheapest prices for each month are shown above, but prices will vary based on availability, how far out you book your rental car, and of course, car type.

Compare available car types for rental in South Africa

Small cars

฿367 - ฿1,476

All Car Types

฿367 - ฿2,853

To hire a Small car in South Africa, you would pay an average price of ฿621/day. December is the cheapest month to hire a Small car in South Africa (~฿367/day), while the most expensive month to hire that same car type is April (~฿1,476/day). In fact, December is about 41% cheaper than prices during the rest of the year to book a Small hire for South Africa. When comparing with other car types available for hire in South Africa, hiring a Small car saves you 29% in costs. Please note that average prices are based on historical data and can vary depending on how early you book, availability for your travel dates, and vehicle popularity.

Car Rental FAQs

Which car rental company is considered to be the best in South Africa?

Taking our users’ ratings and reviews into consideration, 1First Car Rental (10.0 rating), Budget (9.8 rating) and Woodford (8.4 rating) seem to be the best car hire companies in South Africa.

What is the most popular car hire provider in South Africa?

The most popular car hire company at South Africa is Europcar. With prices on ECONOMY starting at ฿1,428/day about 250% more people book with Europcar than other companies in the country.

What side of the road do you drive on in South Africa?

In South Africa, drivers are expected to drive on the left side of the road.