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GO Rentals
Slip, slop, it's summer!

Dear *|FNAME|*,

Right now spring is slipping into summer and New Zealand is coming alive with the promise of a long hot summer. There is so much to do in summer. Surfing, fishing, hiking, whale-watching, sunset walks on the beach, yachting, retail therapy, wining and dining, live music, road trips, picnicking, golf… you name it, it's here, and it's waiting for you.

Of course you need to get to where you need to be. GO Rentals are the team to see you right. Our fleet of modern yet economical rental cars is well backed up with a service team that have one goal in mind, to make your holiday run as smoothly as possible. Let us worry about the details while you go and enjoy our amazing country. Enjoy!

The GO Rentals Team – Great service, great places, great rates.

The Bay of Plenty offers plenty

One of New Zealand's hottest hot spots is undoubtedly 'The Mount'. On one side of the Mt Maunganui peninsula a pristine white-sand surf beach runs from the base of Mauo, the 232m high 'Mount', through to the beautiful Papamoa coast and beyond. On the other side, a sheltered marina and busy port offers cruises, fishing charters, dolphin watching, and scuba diving tours. This area is in the heart of the 'Bay of Plenty', aptly named as there is so much on offer.
Cafes, restaurants, resorts, and hotels are nestled around the northern end of Mount Maunganui and offer superb dining, relaxing and accommodation. More...

Mount Maunganui

Lonely Planet loves Christchurch

Whale watching in Christchurch

Innovative Christchurch is a city without comparison. Heavily damaged in the February 2011 Earthquake, Christchurch is in recovery mode and was recently voted one of Lonely Planet's top ten destination cities in 2013. The city itself features pop-up restaurants and cafes, some in converted shipping containers, and a host of activities, both old and new, to keep amazed visitors coming back for more. The South Island's biggest city also offers regional activities from whale watching and skiing to taking an alpine tour across the Southern Alps. More...

Summer super saver special
Book with us before 30 November and receive $50 off your next car rental when you spend $500 or more
Let us tell you where to go

Make sure you ask for a Navman GPS to be added to your GO Rentals rental car order. We have brand-new GPS's that boast a ton of features that will keep you cool, calm, collected, and charging in the right direction this summer. Our GPS's have up-to-the-minute maps of all New Zealand roads, handsfree Bluetooth, Lonely Planet travel guides, petrol, parking and SOS shortcut buttons, roadside assist, 100,000 points of interest, and Voice destination entry to name a few. You can easily add a Navman to your order when you book online. Make sure you add a GPS option when you make a booking here.

Navman GPS

Car spotting... Hyundai Getz

Hyundai Getz

At GO Rentals, our fleet of ultra reliable Toyota vehicles is ably supported by one other brand: Hyundai. Hyundai's remarkable Getz is an excellent small car and delivers space aplenty for back seat passengers and offers generous cargo space for a small car. For the car-spotters out there, here is a technical run down:

 • 1.4 Litre Petrol Engine
 • Automatic
 • Air Conditioned
 • Power Steering
 • CD Player
 • Electric Windows
 • Alarmed Central Locking
 • Baby Seat Anchors
 • ABS Brakes
 • Dual Front / Side Air Bags
 • Electric Brake Distribution
 • Electric Stability Control
 • Front Seatbelt Pretensioners
 • Front Seatbelt Load Limiters
 • 4 Star ANCAP Safety Rating

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Christmas closing times

We just about work all year, but not quite. Although our fantastic staff will get Christmas day off, you can still book your rental car online on Christmas day if you wish. You can even pick your car up from the airport on Christmas Day - however we suggest you confirm details with our friendly staff beforehand. We will be back on deck at 8am on 26th December and are open our normal business hours on New Year's Day. For more information please see our Contact Page.

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Photo credits: View from the Mount and Beach Life - Mt Maunganui: Chris McLennan. Whale watching: Rob Suisted.