12/04/2019

Rideshare Rental Solutions

At Rideshare Rental Solutions

Our rental business is run BY drivers,
FOR drivers.

3471 Pacific Highway, Slacks Creek QLD 4127
Ph: 1300 190 390

Rentals Department Open Hours:
Mon-Fri, 8am-4pm

We believe every driver is different so we have created simple rental solutions to meet every driver's budget and needs.
We offer a broad range of vehicles ranging from brand new premium vehicles to good condition pre-owned vehicles for rent.
No memberships or fees, just mates working together in a community to support each other and make driving an exciting space to be in.
Contact us today on 1300 190 390 or simply complete the online booking enquiry at the bottom of the page!

The Toyota Camry Hybrid

It is the most popular vehicle for Rideshare as it provides drivers and customers with ample space while also having the amazing fuel economy

Toyota Camry

The new fully-imported Camry takes off where the Aussie-built models left off as Australia’s best-selling medium car by far. You get a lot for the money, with plenty of space and the option of hybrid power. The Camry is also good to drive, with nice balance, and in hybrid form a responsive drivetrain. All Camry models feature automatic emergency braking is standard.

Toyota Camry

The new fully-imported Camry takes off where the Aussie-built models left off as Australia’s best-selling medium car by far. You get a lot for the money, with plenty of space and the option of hybrid power. The Camry is also good to drive, with nice balance, and in hybrid form a responsive drivetrain. All Camry models feature automatic emergency braking is standard.

Jaguar XE Diesel

The mid-sized Jaguar XE sedan has an understated, stylish look, terrific engines, and steers and handles brilliantly. It is more fun than premium German alternatives. Auto braking is standard.

Hyundai Tucson

The Hyundai Tucson is a crucial car for Hyundai – its entrant into the hotly fought family crossover class, its rival to the likes of the Nissan Qashqai, Seat Ateca and Ford Kuga. Fortunately for Hyundai, the Tucson is a really well-executed all-rounder that’s pleasant to be in, easy-going to drive and offers a more painless ownership proposition than most – if not all – of its rivals.

Hyundai Tucson

The Hyundai Tucson is a crucial car for Hyundai – its entrant into the hotly fought family crossover class, its rival to the likes of the Nissan Qashqai, Seat Ateca and Ford Kuga. Fortunately for Hyundai, the Tucson is a really well-executed all-rounder that’s pleasant to be in, easy-going to drive and offers a more painless ownership proposition than most – if not all – of its rivals.

Volkswagen Passat

The Volkswagen Passat is an impressively refined medium car that transcends its price bracket with luxury-brand levels of comfort, finish, appearance and features. It’s very roomy, in the cabin and in the boot, and yet it feels small and sporty to drive. Auto emergency braking is standard.

Nissan Pathfinder

It’s handsome, in a rugged off-road way, even though it’s not a serious four-wheel drive like a Patrol or Navara. The Pathfinder has been around forever, but while there are fancier things out there, it’s still on people’s shopping lists.

Nissan Pathfinder

It’s handsome, in a rugged off-road way, even though it’s not a serious four-wheel drive like a Patrol or Navara. The Pathfinder has been around forever, but while there are fancier things out there, it’s still on people’s shopping lists.

MG ZS

There’s no doubt the MG brand is making its presence known in Australia, and there’s certainly plenty to appreciate about modern MGs aside from the tempting rental prices on offer.

Nissan Xtrail

Design language will be inspired heavily from other global models of Nissan. Exterior styling will be plusher featuring a couple of new elements.

Nissan Xtrail

Design language will be inspired heavily from other global models of Nissan. Exterior styling will be plusher featuring a couple of new elements.

BMW X1

The X1 isn’t your typical slick, sleek BMW that oozes luxurious style. From the outside it’s a little boxier than usual and as it’s known as the more responsible, practical family member of BMW’s X clan, the exterior reflects that.

i30

Thanks to strong styling, generous interior appointments and specialist suspension tuning for Australian roads, the small-sized i30 hatch – and wagon – was impressive enough to win CarsGuide Car of the Year in 2007

i30

Thanks to strong styling, generous interior appointments and specialist suspension tuning for Australian roads, the small-sized i30 hatch – and wagon – was impressive enough to win CarsGuide Car of the Year in 2007.

Mazda 2

What draws most people to the Mazda 2 in the first place is its great looks. Mazda don’t patronise entry-level buyers with a sub-par econobox that doesn’t reflect the rest of its range. It shares all the ‘Kodo’ design language that has become so prevalent on Australia’s roads.

Mazda 3

At its core, the basic Mazda 3 is still one of the better small cars available in Australia, and adding in extra equipment with a sharper drive-away price can only help in the ultra-competitive small car market.

Mazda 3

At its core, the basic Mazda 3 is still one of the better small cars available in Australia, and adding in extra equipment with a sharper drive-away price can only help in the ultra-competitive small car market.