Women’s Day will be celebrated around the country on 9 August, and while Woodford lends its voice to the support and honouring of all mothers, daughters and sisters, we thought we’d show off some the five most popular choices amongst our female customers:
This nifty compact car is the perfect choice for our younger clientele. Economic and zippy come together in a range of funky colours, the Alto proves it worth when flying in for quick business trips or when getting around with the girls during an urban holiday.
The Sportage has proven popular amongst the ladies when it comes to hauling the family – and luggage – around. Woodford Car Hire offers 100 free kilometres on the current Kia Sportage deal, which makes it the perfect vehicle to load up the kids and their friends for that inter-school sports meet, especially if getting mud and dirt in your own car is a problem.
For a little more sophistication and style, many of our female clientele tend to prefer the BMW X1. Soccer mums or business women alike choose the X1 for its pedigree, but also its all-round practicality. The luxury SUV is as comfortable on-road as it is slightly off the beaten path, and can be used in the suburbs or the city.
If we’re talking about pedigree, there’s no leaving out Mercedes Benz. Woodford Car hire has always been associated with affordable luxury vehicles, none more so than the C-Class. Women with an eye for value-for-money deals have favoured the ever-reliable C-Class, offered by Woodford at under R600 a day with a 100 free kilometres.
There’s a common misconception that the Toyota Hilux is exclusively for big bulking men. Not so. Many women prefer the raw towing power offered by the Nissan NP300 – one of the cheapest offerings from Woodford in the industry – when carrying big loads, with or without the men to help out. Woodford Car Hire is currently offering the NP300 at just R300 per day with 100 kilometres free or with an extra R20, 200 kilometres free.