Porsche car rental alternatives in Montreal, QC

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Average ratings in Montreal (5 stars)

Peter
Porsche Boxster 2015
Had a wonderful weekend, couldn't have had better weather. This being my first rental, Patrick's helpfulness and understanding made our trip totally stress free. Look forward to dealing with Patrick and Turo in the future. Oh, and the Boxster is simply amazing, without a doubt the best handling car under $100k.
Peter K. - September 17, 2018
Jack
Porsche Boxster 2015
Very good car and very good host. On point
Jack E. - June 26, 2018
Asmick
Porsche Boxster 2015
The car was amazing .The service was profesional and courteous. Patrick was like a friend lending his car to an other friend.My wife and I enjoyed the experience. Im definitely recommending Patrick's Boxter to my friends
Asmick J. - July 22, 2018
Catherine
Porsche Boxster 2015
Super facile de faire affaires avec Patrick. Il est très accommodant et son auto est magnifique.
Catherine M. - July 10, 2018
Dominique
Porsche Boxster 2015
Tout s'est bien passé. Patrick est très sympathique et flexible. Voiture en parfait état. Je le recommande. Un gros merci
Dominique L. - September 6, 2018

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Local Montreal favorites

Immeasurably cool and hip to boot, Montreal has a certain je ne sais quoi that blends that effortless French nonchalance with warm, Canadian hospitality. Book the perfect car to explore the rues and boulevards of this unflappably charming city.

  • Poutine, duh

  • This iconic Montreal staple of french fries, gravy, and cheese curds is unmissable. Try Patati Patata, Poutineville, and La Banquise for a sample of the good stuff, all clustered close by Parc La Fontaine.

  • Mile End & Mile Ex

  • Recently consecrated by Vogue as being “the most interesting area in town”, Mile End is Montreal’s artsy, hipster answer to Brooklyn and boasts some of the best shopping, eating, and bagels (attention: St-Viateur and Fairmount Bagels) in town.

  • Marché Jean-Talon

  • Hop in your car and head to Little Italy to check out the gorgeous and lively Marché Jean-Talon. Brimming with colorful produce year-round, you can also find decadent cheeses, seasonal flowers, and regional québecois specialties.