If you are looking for small crossover 4x2 SUV to hire in Spain, perhaps for touring during your annual holiday, then let Enterprise Rent-A-Car help you. Enterprise has branches in nearly all Spain’s major cities and large towns. The small SUV crossover takes hatchback design a stage further and crosses it with the best features of an SUV, such as an elevated driving position, more sporty lines and an exterior finish. Typical engine entry size is 1.2-litre petrol, ideal for the school run, short journeys or collecting the weekly shop. Hiring a 1.6 litre gives you all you need for comfortable motorway and A-road driving, including a smooth, quiet ride. Even on more uneven road surfaces, these cars perform acceptably. Enterprise source their vehicles from major manufacturers and in the small crossover class, they don’t stint on features which ensure comfort; drivers seats are adjustable, as is the steering wheel, and there is plenty of head and legroom at the front and the back, which can seat three adults comfortably, even during long trips.
For those looking for something a little different in terms of driving experience, a small crossover 4x2 SUV will fit the bill nicely. You get the feel of a larger SUV, but without the worry associated with driving a vehicle of a size you are unfamiliar with. If, for example, you are holidaying in Spain with your family, a small SUV is just large enough to accommodate everything you might need for a day out, including a small buggy for the baby and other essentials. Children will feel comfortable in the rear of a vehicle that is light and airy, reducing the likelihood of travel sickness, whilst providing big windows out of which they can watch the world go by. These are great vehicles to hire whilst your own car is off the road, particularly if you have always wondered what driving an SUV would be like; small crossover 4x2s are a suitable starting point. The space afforded by these cars, together with the level of comfort and economic running, also make them popular as occasional fleet cars; the rear seats usually fold down to almost flat, creating room for presentation aids, promotional material and other equipment.