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Renting a diesel car in France [Provence]

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I am trying to set up a rental for November. Last time we rented, we went through Kemwel and there was the ability to select a diesel car. There is no longer that option online so I contacted them by email and was told I could only include a "request" for a diesel and IF there was one on the lot at the time of pickup, we might be able to get it. Pretty iffy, to me. As it would need to be both a diesel and in the same car class.

I see that Europcar does have one class of diesel car that you can select. Are there any other rental companies that you know of that we can pick a diesel car and be fairly sure we will get it?

We want to pick up in Manosque, but would go to Aix if need be.


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