$24 - $48
$37 - $53
$21 - $32
The cheapest time to rent a car in New Delhi is in August. The price is 20% lower than the rest of the year at just USD 29 per day. The most expensive month is May. If you are looking for a specific car type, consider renting an economy car in August. If you need more room for your family, larger vehicles with 6+ seats are typically cheapest in September. 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.
|Cheapest||Avis||Avis gives you the cheapest deals in 1 location around the city|
|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|
|Dhaula Kuan||4.8 mi|
|Janakpuri District Centre||5.1 mi|
|Qutub Minar||5.7 mi|
|Chhatarpur Temple||6.0 mi|
|Nehru Park||6.1 mi|
|Dhaula Kuan||1.6 mi|
|Nehru Park||2.7 mi|
|Safdarjung's Tomb||3.7 mi|
|Qutub Minar||4.2 mi|
|Lodhi Garden||4.4 mi|
|Karol Bagh||0.5 mi|
|Connaught Place||2.0 mi|
|Chandni Chowk||2.4 mi|
|Jama Masjid||2.6 mi|
|Red Fort||3.1 mi|
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729 people have been looking for a car to rent in New Delhi in January.
To rent a car for a weekend in New Delhi in February, the average price was $107 with cheaper deals starting around $42. $120 is a normal deal for a week-long rental in New Delhi, but for February it's not uncommon to see prices as low as $33, depending on your requirements.
The average price of a car rental from New Delhi Indira Gandhi Intl is $42.
80% of the best car rental deals in New Delhi for next month came from Avis, however Europcar and Hertz are often competitive depending on what you're looking for.
11% of searches were for automatic transmission vehicles. In New Delhi, a good deal for a manual transmission rental is $22 and for an automatic transmission rental it's $144.
If you are renting a car, motorcycle or van in New Delhi, be aware that the current speed limit on expressways is 74 mph. For undivided highways, the limit drops to 49 mph. For urban areas such as towns and cities, the limit is usually 43 mph.
0% BAC is the legal limit for driving a vehicle in New Delhi. However, avoiding alcohol is the recommended course of action if you are planning on driving.
Globally the road network in New Delhi ranks #61 and has a quality score of 4, with 7.00 being the highest quality. US has a quality score of 5.7 placing it #14 globally. Variations in road quality will occur domestically. This score is used at a national level and therefore is a basic indicator to help inform you.
The left side of the road is used to drive on in New Delhi.