Infiniti QX70 GT
Drive an outstanding 3.0L V6 luxury crossover SUV with sporting performance and practical utility with an Infiniti QX70 GTCheck Availability 3.8 / 5 Full Review
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Infiniti Q60 Convertible
Power and luxury is in your hands when you drive an Infiniti Q60 Convertible with an unbeatable 3.7L V6 engineCheck Availability 3.5 / 5 Full Review
Known for their clocks, chocolate, cheese and Swiss knives, a journey to Switzerland is a great opportunity to discover the best of each on offer. The Switzerland Infiniti car rental can bring you to the watch making capital of the world, where you can time your delicate Spugli chocolate eating snacks to perfection and cut your Gruyère cheese with only the best Wenger Swiss Army knife. Ah, At last!!
All joking aside, hire the Infiniti Q60 and travel to each of Switzerland’s major cities to find the best collections on offer. The Q60 puts power and luxury into the grasp of your hand, designed as a convertible with an unbeatable 3.7l V6 engine, it’s exciting to say the least. While the French speaking regions of Switzerland tend to be associated with the Swiss watchmakers such as Rolex, Omega and Patek Phillipe, the German speaking regions boast brands such as IWC in Schaffhausen. from the trendy Swatch watch that will be selling for CHF50 to the handmade chronometer that will probably require an extension on your mortgage, every city in Switzerland boasts many horlogers and jewelers who have a fantastic selection of watches on display. Many a tourist have a game to seek out the most expensive mechanical creation with the greatest “bedazzle” factor.
For a chocolate feast hire the QX70 GT and drive an outstanding 3.0L V6 luxury crossover SUV to visit the huge Nestle chocolate factory. The QX 70 GT is an incredibly fun car to drive with sporting performance and the convenience of practical utility. For those with a finer palate and a fatter wallet visit the two best chocolatiers in Switzerland, both of which are to be found in Zurich. Visit Teuscher for a taste of the champagne truffle and Sprungli for a try of the cuban collection. For something uniquely Swiss try the Frey brand chocolates that are sold in Migros, the Pamaco chocolates, a notch or two fancier are also very good. Derived from the noble Criollo bean and a 72 hour culturation process the effect is a taste that’s highly refined. For those who are loyal to Lindt (with good reason too) you can visit the factory in Kilchberg where they will sell you a pack for a good price.