$26 - $49
$47 - $96
$26 - $33
The cheapest time to hire a car in Kuala Lumpur is in November. The price is 18% lower than the rest of the year at just AUD 28 per day. The most expensive month is September. If you are looking for a specific car type, consider hiring an economy car in November. If you need more room for your family, larger vehicles with 6+ seats are typically cheapest in March. The price of a car hire in Kuala Lumpur can vary based on a number of factors including supply, popularity of the vehicle, and how far out you book your rental car.
|Most popular||Hawk||Hawk gives you the cheapest deals in 2 locations around the city|
|Most locations||Nescorp Transport||Nescorp Transport gives you high quality and luxurious models in one of their 9 locations|
|Mines Wonderland||32 km|
|Sunway Lagoon Theme Park||39 km|
|Mid Valley Megamall||42 km|
|Central Market||45 km|
|Jalan Alor||45 km|
|Sunway Lagoon Theme Park||8.9 km|
|Mid Valley Megamall||13.8 km|
|Central Market||15.7 km|
|Jalan Alor||17.2 km|
|KLCC Park||18.0 km|
|Mines Wonderland||104 km|
|Mid Valley Megamall||114 km|
|Sunway Lagoon Theme Park||115 km|
|Jalan Alor||115 km|
|Royal Thai Embassy||115 km|
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164 people have been looking for a car to hire in Kuala Lumpur in January.
For a weekend in February, the best deals in Kuala Lumpur start from around $41 up to around $55.
Users preferred Europcar 27% of the time in Kuala Lumpur, followed by Paradise and Hawk.
Users search for automatic cars 97% of the time in Kuala Lumpur. In Kuala Lumpur, a good deal for a manual car hire is $151 and for an automatic car it's $25.
The speed limit for cars, vans and motorcycles in Kuala Lumpur is 110 km/h, which applies to motorways and expressways. 90 km/h is the limit on single carriageways and 70 km/h is the limit for cities and other urban areas.
The law addressing driving under the influence states that 0.1% BAC is the legal limit for operating a vehicle in Kuala Lumpur.
Kuala Lumpur ranks no. 15 in the world when it comes to the quality of its road network. Kuala Lumpur scored 5.7, with 7 being good and 1 being comparatively lower quality. To help put this in perspective, AU ranks no. 41 with a score of 4.7. There will undoubtedly be variations in road quality around a country, but this score generally acts as an indicator to help inform users.
The left side of the road is used to drive on in Kuala Lumpur.