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9 & 7 Seater Car Rental Ireland

Last reviewed Feb 2023 by MPV editorial team

We can provide 7 seater car hire with automatic or manual shaft from Dublin airport or near Dublin. 9 seater passenger van rental has recently been added to the services provided by MPV Rentals, the response has been good with a high demand for multi-seater cars that will seat 7,9,10,12 or 14 passengers, so please book well in advance. . We also offer a growing range of 8 seater car rental options, in Ireland and at all key airports in Australia.

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7 Seater Car Hire Automatic Ireland 

Suppliers at Dublin airport offer a range of Automatic 7 seaters aimed at international travellers from the USA and drivers that are not licenced to drive manual shift cars.   

Automatic 7 seater car hire Ireland

7 Seater Car Hire with Manual Shift also Available

A wide selection of 7 seaters are available in Ireland from Dublin airport and other ley locations, please note the cost of 7 seaters car rental in Ireland is based on season, so prices will be more expensive in the summer months and lower in off peak winter months., Early booking is always advisable. Currently, no 8 seaters are available,   the next size up is the 9 seater passenger van. 

7 seater car hire Ireland

9 Seater Car rental options in Ireland 

Sixt Ireland offer the Renault Traffic or similar for those seeks to rent a 9 seater passenger van.

9 seater passenger van rental Ireland

Seven and 9 Seater Car rental Ireland Drives

Ireland is a green and wonderful island located in northwestern Europe, it has an extensive history while maintaining beautiful and world-renowned nature. Ireland is like nowhere else on earth and is famous for its castles, history, and culture. With Celtic tribes first settling there in 4BC, it is no wonder Ireland is consistently visited by history buffs and nature enthusiasts alike. With places like Dublin and Cork having it’s prominently noticed attractions, there are also small passageways and hidden treasures down little alleys. This makes Ireland such a great place to visit, as you can spend years here and not see all the great country has to offer.

Ring of Kerry:
Ireland is home to many famous short drives that are just loops but give a special backdrop. The Ring of Kerry is a 179 km circuit that is in the South of Galway. Along the Ring of Kerry, one can find beaches, medieval ruins, meadows, and lakes. Down here, one can also see Healy Pas in Cork County. This 11 km drive shows some of the great inland beauty.

The Giants Causeway:
For years, the Giants Causeway has inspired artists of a broad spectrum. Offering views of the Atlantic Ocean from jaw-dropping cliffs, you can get here by travelling about 5kms northeast of the town of Bushmills. It is a World Heritage Sight and if you come here, you’ll certainly see why it is one of Ireland’s most famous places! Some of the solidified lava in the cliffs is 28 meters thick and 12 metres high in places!

The Wild Atlantic Way:
If you want to experience the true beauty of Ireland, travelling The Wild Atlantic Way is how you do it. The longest drive in all of Ireland passes through 5 major sections as well 157 ‘discovery points’ that’ll help guide you along the way. You’ll see places like Cork, the Blarney Castle, the 15th century Ross Castle, and many more. If you’ve got a surfboard, it is also great surfing along the coast! It’s best to beware of big swells, though.

Best time to visit Ireland

The weather is so unpredictable it is hard to say, it is really a year round destination and always some activity that can be indulged in the rain, snow or sun.

Driving in Ireland in a 7 Seater Rental

Gas stations are few and far between in some places, so it’s best to keep your eye on the tank! It is also best to have some patience when driving around the countryside, as farm equipment and another big piece of machinery is usually driving pretty slow on the road. The usual speed limit in Ireland is around 120 km/h hour for motorways, 100 km/h for National Routes, and 80 km/h for local and regional roads. However, you generally won’t be able to go this fast as you’re usually too busy admiring the scenery! Petrol colour here is green for regular petrol, opposite to America.

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