Azerbaijan Adventures offers rent a car transportation services in Azerbaijan

We continuously aspire to provide exceptional and comfortable services to our clients, and now you can take advantage of our offer for transportation services around Azerbaijan. Our company always keeps our clients first and provides for their special needs and requirements! Below you can find list of transportation verhicles of Azerbaijan Adventures Travel Agency around Azerbaijan.

Kia Cerato 

Open the tailgate and behold a new standard of space and versatility. Cerato is the perfect companion for everything from long family journeys to a lively night out on the town. The Kia Cerato is a bit of an unheralded and underrated offering in the small car segment.  It may only sell in fractions of the segment leaders — with about 6000 sales this year, its volume is about one-fifth that of the Hyundai i30 and two-thirds that of the aged Mitsubishi Lancer — but on paper it’s a match for the very best in the class. Price — 70 USD per day 

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Nissan Sunny 

New car, new design, new features. Nissan Sunny — modern and attractive city car that could turn every trip into a pleasant journey. Nissan Sunny is designed based on the existing Nissan Sunny and complements the range of Sunny, Nissan bestseller in Azerbaijan. Different exchange rate stability obespechivatsya design and suspension settings, as well as rack and pinion steering gear. Nissan Sunny, starting with the basic configuration, equipped with central locking and immobilizer (in some trim levels — with remote control). Nissan Sunny trained to different operating conditions, including tests at low temperatures in winter, as well as tests on different types of road surface. Nissan Sunny — product that meets the exacting demands of Russian consumers. The car has a high level of safety, efficiency and ease of operation. Remote boot open button on the key makes it easy to open the trunk, simply by pressing a button on the car key (available in picking SE). Nissan Sunny is the epitome of style. Form elegant classic sedan complemented with modern features, such as increased headlights and taillights in the form of precious stones. Sunny Classic looks expressive and modern. Elegant and dynamic design of Nissan Sunny is to your liking. You can select any of the 8 new options for paint finishes. Door handles, moldings and exterior mirrors painted in the body color is in the base. 15 -inch wheels Alloy Nissan Sunny made ​​even more attractive, underlining the dynamic character of the car (available fitted SE). Nissan Sunny — reliable assistant in daily life for those who need a quality and reliable car at a reasonable price. Price — 70 USD per day

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Kia Rio

A revamped version of the Kia Rio hatchback will be revealed at the 2014 Paris motor show in early October. No images of the car have yet been released, but the brand has confirmed the 2015 Kia Rio will see a “slight visual makeover” including revised exterior styling and an updated cabin. The exterior is set to adopt a new front bumper and fog-lights, an updated grille, new alloy wheel designs (in 15-, 16- and 17-inches), and a restyled rear bumper. Two new colours – Urban Blue and Digital Yellow – will be made available. Inside, the Rio gets revised media systems, including a new 7.0-inch display with navigation and digital radio. It’s not yet clear if any models will be offered with the updated unit locally. (Image above shows current Rio interior). Under the bonnet, Kia Australia will retain the same 1.4-litre four-cylinder engine with a six-speed manual or four-speed automatic in the S and S Premium trim levels, while a 1.6-litre direct-injection four-cylinder seen in the Si and SLi – and a new Sport variant – will be retained, with a six-speed automatic as standard. Stay tuned for images of the new 2015 Kia Rio – which is expected to launch in Australia in January 2015. It will debut alongside a revised version of the Venga MPV (not sold locally) and the all-new Sorento SUV. The Rio is the South Korean maker’s best selling model worldwide, with more 471,000 examples sold globally in 2013.  Price — 70 USD per day 

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Chevrolet Aveo

The new Aveo is Chevrolet’s first subcompact car that adopts the brand’s new “Design with a Heartbeat” signature design language. Coordinated muscular proportions give the car a strong, dynamic look. Impressive chrome-plated headlights are integrated with the chrome-plated grille and fog lamps. Belt lines extend outward from the middle of the car, where they converge at the slightly raised rear spoiler. The refined interior has a people-oriented design. It features a floating dashboard and motorcycle-style instrument cluster. There are 21 storage spaces. The rear seats can be folded in a 60/40 split to accommodate larger items. The new Aveo is equipped with the all-new Chevrolet MyLink infotainment system along with a 7-inch high-resolution touch screen in its center console. This is rarely seen in the segment. It includes a multimedia player, Bluetooth phone connectivity, Siri Eyes Free and intelligent voice navigation. Individualized elements not commonly seen in the new Aveo’s segment include a four-way adjustable steering wheel, adjustable headlamps and an in-vehicle air filtration system. Built on GM’s global subcompact car platform, the new Aveo has a rigid body and a finely tuned suspension. The chassis setup matches European standards. Electric power steering (EPS), which comes standard, makes steering easy at lower speeds and steady at higher speeds. Unlike other models in its class, the new Aveo also comes with 15-inch tires. Powering the sedan and hatchback are a choice of 1.4L or 1.6L ECOTEC DVVT engines. The engines are paired with a six-speed automatic transmission that provides rapid gear changes and a powerful performance, making the new Aveo ideal for city driving. The new Aveo boasts all-around safety, with 64 percent of its body made of high-strength steel and a «double security» design for the front and rear bumpers. In addition, the new Aveo comes with four-channel anti-lock brakes and the electronic brakeforce distribution (EBD) and cornering brake control (CBC) systems as standard, enabling the driver to react quickly. It also comes with an engine anti-theft system, safety belt reminders for the driver and front passenger, and ISOFIX child seat mountings. Price — 70 USD per day 

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Mercedes Benz E class

The 2014 Mercedes-Benz E-class is the result of what we imagine is the most extensive face-lift in the history of the brand. This mid-term make over packs a considerable amount of new technology under significantly restyled sedan and wagon bodies. But a nip and tuck as extreme as anything seen in any plastic surgeon’s office wasn’t unwarranted given the number of redesigned competitors in the mid-size luxury-sedan segment. The new E also will preview the next S-class, as it will debut a number of gadgets and active- and passive safety systems that will trickle up to Mercedes’ flagship sedan. (Here’s a rundown on the next S’s technology array.) An optional stereoscopic camera mounted in the windshield offers forward visibility of up to 550 yards. Within 50 yards, the camera can recognize three-dimensional shapes and movement. That data, in concert with the car’s radar systems, is fed into the car’s collision-mitigation system. Radar also is used in the car’s active cruise control, which can now be used in a semi-autonomous fashion in stop-and-go traffic, including automatic lane-keeping. The brake-assist system, when cross traffic or pedestrians are detected, will now increase brake pressure to avoid hitting them. Pre-Safe Plus will cinch the seatbelts and apply more brake pressure in the event of a rear-end collision, reducing the possibility of serious injury and helping to avoid sliding into a car or object to the front. These systems—as well as a few others—may not be entirely likeable to many, but they’re certainly impressive, underscoring Benz’s claim to make some of the safest and most technologically advanced cars on the road. Price — 140 USD per day 

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Mercedes Benz S class

The Mercedes-Benz S-Class is a series of full-size luxury sedans produced by German automaker Mercedes-Benz, a division of German company Daimler AG. The classification was officially introduced in 1972 with the W116 S-Class, which succeeded previous Mercedes-Benz models dating to the mid-1950s. The S-Class has served as the flagship model for Mercedes for over fifty years in its various incarnations. The S-Class has debuted many of the company’s latest innovations, including drivetrain technologies, interior features, and safety systems. The S-Class has ranked as the world’s best-selling luxury sedan,  and its latest generation, the W222 S-Class, premiered in 2013. As in previous iterations, the W221 S-Class is sold in standard- and long-wheelbase versions; I4, V6, V8, V12, diesel and hybrid power trains are offered. All models built in Mexico or sold in the United States are only available in long wheelbase. «S-Class» is the anglicized version of «S-Klasse,» a German abbreviation of «Sonderklasse,» which means «special class» (in the sense of «a class of its own»). In automotive terms it refers to «a specially outfitted car.» Although used colloquially for decades, following its official application in 1972, six generations of officially named S-Class sedans have been produced. Previous two-door coupe models of the S-Class were known as SEC and later S-Coupe. In 1998 the S-Class coupe was spun off in a separate line as the CL-Class, however as of June 2014, it has been re-designated as the S-Class coupe for the 2015 model year, doing away with the CL-Class. Price — 180 USD per day 

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Toyota Prado

The new Toyota Land Cruiser Prado has a loyalty unmatched by any other SUV. The product of over 60 years of global adventure, it’s a sophisticated blend of off-road prowess, on-road comfort and unparalleled refinement. It also offers seating for up to eight passengers After all, adventures are best shared. Toyota Land Cruiser Prado is a mid-size four-wheel drive vehicle in the Toyota Land Cruiser range. It is produced by the Japanese car maker, Toyota Motor Corporation. The Prado is one of the smaller vehicles in the range. The 2014 Prado is based on Toyota’s J150 platform. Price — 180 USD per day 

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Toyota Land Cruiser

The new Toyota Land Cruiser has a loyalty unmatched by any other SUV. The product of over 60 years of global adventure, it’s a sophisticated blend of off-road prowess, on-road comfort and unparalleled refinement. It also offers seating for up to eight passengers After all, adventures are best shared. Toyota Land Cruiser is a mid-size four-wheel drive vehicle in the Toyota Land Cruiser range. It is produced by the Japanese car maker, Toyota Motor Corporation. The Prado is one of the smaller vehicles in the range. The 2014 Land Cruiser is based on Toyota’s J150 platform. Price — 180 USD per day 

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Hyundai Accent

The new Toyota Land Cruiser has a loyalty unmatched by any other SUV. The product of over 60 years of global adventure, it’s a sophisticated blend of off-road prowess, on-road comfort and unparalleled refinement. It also offers seating for up to eight passengers After all, adventures are best shared. Toyota Land Cruiser is a mid-size four-wheel drive vehicle in the Toyota Land Cruiser range. It is produced by the Japanese car maker, Toyota Motor Corporation. The Prado is one of the smaller vehicles in the range. The 2014 Land Cruiser is based on Toyota’s J150 platform. Price — 150 USD per day 

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Hyundai Santa Fe

The 2014 Hyundai Santa Fe remains one crossover nameplate, but it’s not two flavors. There’s the Santa Fe Sport, a compact- to mid-size five-seat version, or the full, seven-seat Santa Fe, a family-size model meant to replace the Veracruz. The Sport model is built in Georgia, while the larger model is imported from Korea. The two models compete with a tremendous variety of crossovers, ranging from compact vehicles like the Toyota RAV4 and Honda CR-V, to mid-size vehicles like the Ford Edge and Toyota Venza, all the way out to three-row utes like the Toyota Highlander and Honda Pilot. The larger Santa Fe is 8.5 inches longer than the Sport, and in some cases, you might find it cross-shopped against minivans, too. Hyundai’s betting that new styling, along with better performance and a more flexible interior, will vault the Santa Fe into the top tier of those ranks. It’s easy to see how its looks will go far. The Santa Fe’s a grown-up ute from the outside alone, and its new two-tone interior makes for one sophisticated crossover. The sharp edges and tight creases wrap around it in interesting new ways, and Hyundai’s hexagonal grille gets its best treatment thus far here, bracketed by headlamps and foglamps. The D-pillar’s upkick and stance remind us a little of the Escape, but the Santa Fe Sport’s shape is more faceted and studied than the Ford’s, no more or less handsome. The longer Santa Fe? It’s a little less distinctive, but as a minivan replacement, it doesn’t need to be flashy. The interior is another bar raised for Hyundai, with some faint GM cues penned in its shield of controls, surrounded by the usual swoops and fluid curves—and trimmed in two-tone materials, an upscale touch that looks better when it’s capped in glossy trim than in faux wood. Crossovers are all about room and utility, and neither Santa Fe comes up short. The Santa Fe’s front seats are a step up from the most recent Hyundai vintage, with better support built into the bottom cushion. But the second row is where the action is: on some models, the second row slides on a 5.2-inch track for better flexibility, in the same way the seat in the Chevy Equinox moves. The seat also reclines and folds on a 40/20/40 split, making way for longer objects while preserving four seating positions. There’s even some storage space below the cargo floor and even some space for a handbag ahead of the shift lever, though that’ll block access to the audio ports. For three-row models, shoppers have a choice between the 40/20/40 layout or a six-passenger layout with cozy captain’s chairs—and all of these models get Yes Essentials soil-resistant upholstery. Price — 150 USD per day 

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Hyundai Grandeur

Indeed, there is a strong visual resemblance between the Sonata and Grandeur about the nose. Aft of the bonnet, though, the larger Grandeur makes its own statement, albeit with lines that pay homage to Audi along the roof and BMW about the tail. Whatever the publicity blurb may say, though, the Grandeur is aimed fairly and squarely at the top-flight Japanese, Australian and American V6 saloons, rather than at the prestige Europeans. With 194kW on tap, the Grandeur is indeed Hyundai’s most powerful production car, and the most powerful non-turbo V6 in its class. Delivered to the front wheels via a five-speed automatic gearbox, that power and 348Nm of torque endow the car with sufficient pep to knock out the 0-100kmh dash in just over seven seconds. The Grandeur is strong in the mid-range too, and possessed of a mechanical and aural refinement that puts its Australian rivals to shame, both round town and on the open road. One hopes, though, that those who consider the Grandeur are not in the market for a great dose of dynamic sparkle. While it rides and handles much more competently than its predecessor, the best of the Grandeur’s rivals (not to mention the Sonata V6) strike a ride-handling balance better attuned to Kiwi conditions. The issue here is one of suspension softness which, while cosseting around town and acceptable for steady main highway work, fails to impress on moderate to tight roads. Attempts to maintain a quick clip on such routes are met with body roll and, over bumps, average body control. This in turn affects passenger comfort, and progressively blunts handling sharpness with front-drive under steer. «Slow down» is the clear message the Grandeur conveys, and the chances are most drivers will adjust their driving in response, well before the car’s electronic stability programming is forced to intervene. Returning to a more sedate clip, there is plenty to admire in the high standard of fit and finish within the cabin, in the quality of the leather upholstery, and soft-touch controls and trimmings. Standard comfort and convenience items include a premium MP3 sound system with a subwoofer and eight main speakers, dual-zone climate control, trip computers, power adjustments and memory settings for the driver’s seat and steering column. Rear parking sensors are standard; there are auto headlights and wipers, cruise control, an antidazzle rear-view mirror, and side mirrors that tilt when reversing. The safety package is a comprehensive one, with the ESP system co-ordinating the antilock brake and traction control functions, and eight air bags on hand to deploy if the worst happens. The air bag complement includes curtain bags for the rear of the cabin, which is very spacious for two, and comfortable for three. There is a fold-down centre armrest, a power-operated rear blind, and 60:40 split-folding access to the 523-litre boot, which according to Hyundai meets the most important of big saloon requirements: the ability to carry four golf bags. Price — 150 USD per day 

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