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A man driving a Mercedes SUV is looking for a car to rent in the French Riviera town of Tivoli, but he’s looking for the cheapest possible price.
“It’s a nice car, but I don’t want to pay more than $15,000,” said the man, who declined to give his name out of fear for his safety.
“I want a nice and clean car.”
“We’re a small town,” he said.
“People are always nice, and I’ve seen a lot of nice cars here.
I just need the cheapest price.”
The man, whose name was not released, drove a Mercedes SL550 SL coupe to Tivoni, a suburb of the city of 50,000, about 100 miles north of Paris.
He also had a BMW and a Toyota Avalon to rent.
“We don’t really have much money,” he told The Verge.
“But we can rent a nice luxury car, so I’m happy to have it.”
The SUV rental company said it offered its customers a range of options, including an “expensive car for a good price,” a “luxury car for an affordable price,” and a “new car for very cheap.”
The cheapest car it could rent was a Mercedes SLS AMG, a luxury luxury car that retails for $22,400.
The man’s car was also listed on the website for $21,500, a discount from the advertised price of $20,000.
The prices of the vehicles listed on Tivolettes website are all listed as being “not for resale,” meaning that the man can’t sell them or lease them out.
It’s unclear how much the man was looking to pay for his new car, or if he would have considered renting it from a third party.
The website’s listing of the man’s new car’s price includes an option to purchase it outright.
“The car is in excellent condition and the price is the best we can offer,” said Tivolli’s managing director, Christophe Dussart.
“He is interested in the car, he is a good driver, he’s happy to pay, and the car is just a nice, clean car.
It is an excellent choice.”
Dussard added that the Tivolla car rental company had been contacted by the man in the past.
“As a result of this incident, we are asking people to keep an eye out for other vehicles and people renting out vehicles, as they are an opportunity to get a better deal.”