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The largest and most populous metropolis in Michigan, Detroit is known by many names including "The City of Design'' and "The Motor City". Known for being the birthplace of Motown and Techno, this city is an oft-underappreciated beacon of historical and cultural significance. It has a special place in automobile history because it pioneered several technologies that are still used worldwide, including Henry Ford's famous conveyor belt-based assembly line. Detroit has also served as the headquarters for three automobile giants - Ford, General Motors, and Chrysler - since the 1920s.

So, it’s only right that you should take a spin around this car-centric city. You can book your Detroit car rental in advance with Enjoy Travel.

Guide to Detroit

Climate

As a midwestern city, Detroit experiences distinct seasons. The hot and humid summers span from June to August, with peak temperatures reaching 79.9°F (26.6°C) in July. The winter months run from November to February, with the coldest month being January at a low of 19.6°F (-6.9°C). The spring and fall months are quite pleasant and see the most tourists usually.

What to do in Detroit

The largest and most populous metropolis in Michigan, Detroit is known by many names including "The City of Design'' and "The Motor City". Known for being the birthplace of Motown and Techno, this city is an oft-underappreciated beacon of historical and cultural significance. It has a special place in automobile history because it pioneered several technologies that are still used worldwide, including Henry Ford's famous conveyor belt-based assembly line. Detroit has also served as the headquarters for three automobile giants - Ford, General Motors, and Chrysler - since the 1920s.

Eating out in Detroit

For some Korean-inspired French fries for breakfast, head to Dime Store, located in the Chrysler Building Downtown. If an All-American dining experience is what you're after the Central Kitchen + Bar will have you satiated in no time. Coffee lovers shouldn't miss Astro Coffee, a tiny coffee shop serving mighty caffeine hits, located in Detroit's oldest neighborhood.

Getting to and from Detroit, airports and transport connections

Airports & public transportation

The Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport (DTW) is the primary international airport serving the city of Detroit. Buses run throughout the city and a few suburbs.

Driving in Detroit

For freedom to explore the city and its surroundings, consider renting a car. Car rental companies such as Enterprise, Budget, Alamo, and Thrifty also offer very convenient ways of getting around.

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FAQs about car rental in Detroit

Most frequently asked questions about renting a car in Detroit

The average cost per day of renting a car in Detroit is just $42.77 USD.
To rent a car in Detroit you must be at least 18. However, a surcharge is typically applied for drivers under 25. Moreover, drivers under 25 are often limited to certain car categories, such as compact economy vehicles.
Additional drivers can be added to your Detroit car rental agreement upon request.
Detroit is quite an easy city to drive in, so you can travel comfortably in an economy-size vehicle such as a Nissan Versa, Mitsubishi Mirage or similar.
Prices for Detroit car rentals start from just $32.09 USD when booking in advance with Enjoy Travel.
The distance between Detroit Airport and downtown is around 20 miles.
The distance between Lansing and Detroit is around 95 miles.