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See everything that New England has to offer with a car rental in Massachusetts with Sixt. In the state you will find picturesque views of the Berkshire Mountains, sandy coastal beaches, welcoming towns, and remote cabins by a lake. The state offers a classic experience of the Northeastern US. The fleet of luxury and economy rental cars offered by Sixt is sure to have a vehicle to suit your needs for an enjoyable drive through the state. Rent a car in Massachusetts with Sixt and select a pickup location to get your visit started!

 
  • Springfield Union Station
    55 Frank B Murray Street
    01103-1004 Springfield

    Mo. - Fr.08:00 - 17:00
    Book at this location

  • Springfield
    504 Saint James Ave
    01109-3843 Springfield

    Mo. - Fr.08:00 - 17:30
    Sa.08:00 - 12:00
    Book at this location

  • Springfield Union Station

    Sixt rent a car
    55 Frank B Murray Street
    01103-1004 Springfield

    Mo. - Fr.08:00 - 17:00

    24 h return

    Available vehicle categories: Compact Cars & Sedans, Sports cars & convertibles, 4x4 / SUV

  • Springfield

    Sixt rent a car
    504 Saint James Ave
    01109-3843 Springfield

    Mo. - Fr.08:00 - 17:30
    Sa.08:00 - 12:00

    Available vehicle categories: Compact Cars & Sedans, Sports cars & convertibles, 4x4 / SUV, Truck

Rent a car with Sixt in Massachusetts

Our Services | Sixt Tips | Important Cities | Climate, Cuisine & Travel with Children |

Our Springfield locations are conveniently located at the main train station and next to Interstate 291, which connects drivers to I-90 towards Boston or Cape Cod. Head 20 miles north of Springfield on I-91 and find yourself in the college town of Amherst. Regardless of what direction you drive your car rental in Massachusetts, enjoy the beautiful landscape of with a car selected from the Sixt selection of premium brands. No matter what the purposes of your travels are, rent a car in Massachusetts with Sixt and get around with ease.


What to Do in Massachusetts in Winter 2019

The winter in Massachusetts is both brutal and magical. Temperatures regularly drop below freezing, and there is usually ample snowfall. However, the state is used to the winter conditions and is normally prepared for snow removal and salting icy roads. If you plan to go to the more rural parts of the state, like the Berkshires, it is highly advised that you rent an SUV or a vehicle with 4-wheel-drive equipped with winter tires between December and March. There are plenty of activities to keep you entertained during the winter and early spring. Enjoy the yearly Winterfest in Lowell, held in mid-to-late February, for various activities including marshmallow roasting. Visit the Wachusett Mountain outside Boston or Jiminy Peak near Hancock for some skiing. In Boston you can ice skate at Frog Pond. And on Patriots Day, a state holiday in New England states on the third Monday of April, cheer on the runners at the Boston Marathon alongside the rest of the city residents.


Our Services

In order to further accommodate your needs, Sixt offers add-ons for your rental car like GPS, unlimited miles, child seats, and additional drivers. Vehicles with lane departure warning are also available for further safety. Book online to see our full range of car rental deals in Massachusetts, extras and add-ons. As a reminder, Sixt guarantees your reservation for the car category booked and not the specific car model. Some add-ons available include:

Which car rental category is right for your trip?

  • Driving in Boston can be harrowing. Narrow streets and tight parking spots can easily be navigated with our compact cars.
  • Spending time in the big city, but also heading to the mountains? Our sedans are optimal for visits that include a bit of time in both urban and rural areas.
  • Explore metropolitan Boston or seaside Cape Cod in style with a sleek sports car or chic convertible.
  • Travel with children in comfort with a spacious SUV, which are great for holding everything you need for a family car rental road trip in Massachusetts.
  • Prepare for unpredictable weather conditions in the wintertime with one of our 4x4s.

Driving License

Renters not from the United States, in addition to their valid drivers license, must also be accompanied by a secondary form of identification that is government issued, such as a passport.

Minimum Age and Additional Drivers

In the United States the minimum age for the main car renter is 25. An Underage Driver fee is applied for drivers under the age of 25. All additional drivers are required to show their valid, original drivers license upon pick-up.

Refueling

Sixt ensures car rentals are provided with a full tank of gas therefore must be returned by the renter with a full tank. Maximize your time with your car rental with the Sixt prepaid fuel option. This option allows you to purchase a complete tank filling at local rates ahead of time.

Accidents

In the event of an accident, immediately contact the police and report any damages made to the rental vehicle directly to Sixt. Enclosed with your vehicle document is an accident report form. The emergency service contact number in the United States is 911.


Sixt Tips

One of the original Thirteen Colonies, Massachusetts is the landing place of the Mayflower site of the first colony in New England, Plymouth. The state is full of historical landmarks. Impressive history aside, the beautiful and diverse landscape of the state is sure to impress. You can find the forests of the Berkshires, the smooth sand of Coast Guard Beach, the rocky coastlines of Northshore and bustling towns. Take a road trip in Massachusetts to see a quintessential New England state.

Cape Cod

Cape Cod, known as the Hamptons of Massachusetts and the most Eastern point of the state, is made up of diverse towns, villages and beaches. With milder weather than the rest of the state, Cape Code is a vacation hotspot in Massachusetts. It is also the site of where English settlers first landed and established their colony. Considering its proximity to the coast it is worth grabbing a bowl or two of the regional specialty, clam chowder. The Old Kings Highway, also known as Route 6A, in Cape Cod takes you through sleepy bayside towns with scenic views of historic homes and landmarks.

The Berkshires

The Berkshires is a region in the mountainous western part of the state and a popular vacation destination known for fall foliage and outdoor activities like skiing. A drive on Old Route 7 provides a great overview of the area, wandering through quaint towns and passing by historical landmarks. From antiquing to kayaking to snowboarding, there is something for everyone in this beautiful region.


Important Cities

Boston

It is difficult not to think of Boston when visiting Massachusetts. The state capital and largest city in New England, Boston is a bustling city filled with shops, restaurants, and museums. Follow the Freedom Trail to visit important historical sites and pass through the North End neighborhood or explore Beacon Hill to see some classic 18th century American architecture. Be sure to pick up a Boston Cream Pie as a sweet, but tasty treat.

Amherst

Amherst is a college town home to the University of Massachusetts, Amherst College, Smith College and more. Its abundance of students makes the atmosphere youthful and energetic. During the fall the surrounding mountains are full of trees turning color, and outdoor activities such as apple picking or famers markets are in abundance.

Springfield

Just 20 miles south of Amherst is Springfield. Host to many Victorian buildings, the McKnight District is worth driving through just to see these old, but beautiful homes. The Basketball Hall of fame is also located in Springfield.


Climate, Cuisine and Travel with Children

Climate

There is always a reason to visit Massachusetts, regardless of what season it is. Warm summers allow for ample swim time in the ocean. Snowy winters coat the state in white, making it very much a winter wonderland. Massachusetts, and New England in general, is known for its colorful fall, where once green trees turn into a mix of reds, oranges, and yellows. Massachusetts is gorgeous year-round, but roads can be treacherous in the extremely cold winter months so exercise extra caution.

Cuisine

With its location on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean, much of the cuisine of Massachusetts is seafood-forward. In coastal towns like Provincetown you can eat clam chowder and fried clams. Lobster rolls are also sold all over New England, and Massachusetts is no exception. If you have a sweet tooth you can indulge in a Boston crème pie, yellow cake with cream or custard in the middle and chocolate glaze, or head to Dunkin%u2019 Donuts, which was founded here.

Traveling with Children

Take a family road trip with a Sixt car rental in Massachusetts. Our selection of larger rental vehicles makse it easier and more comfortable to take the family out for a drive and pack much-needed items when traveling with kids. There are many child-friendly outdoor activities such as hikes in the Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary or Bash Bish Fall State Park. For more extreme activities, head to amusement parks like Six Flags New England or Zoar Outdoor Adventure Resort. Need something more low-key? Visit the Old Sturbridge Village, a living museum that gives you a glimpse of what life was like in historic rural New England.

 
 

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