Car Rental in San Diego

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Cheapest Car Rental Rates

San Diego Cross Border Xpress
Compact
Chevrolet Onix or similar
Chevrolet Onix
  • 5
  • 2
  • 4
  • A/C
  • Auto.
MEX RENT A CAR
$22.10 / per day
San Diego Airport
Standard
Nissan Sentra or similar
Nissan Sentra
  • 5
  • 4
  • 4
  • A/C
  • Auto.
NUCarrentals
$40.86 / per day
San Diego Airport
Economy
Toyota Yaris or similar
Toyota Yaris
  • 4
  • 2
  • 4
  • A/C
  • Auto.
Europcar
$49.25 / per day
San Diego Airport
Intermediate
Mazda 3 or similar
Mazda 3
  • 5
  • 2
  • 2
  • A/C
  • Auto.
Thrifty
$56.14 / per day

Most Popular Car Rental Deals

San Diego Airport
Full-size
Toyota Camry or similar
Toyota Camry
  • 5
  • 2
  • 4
  • A/C
  • Auto.
FOX
$62.68 / per day
San Diego Airport
Premium
Volkswagen Passat or similar
Volkswagen Passat
  • 5
  • 2
  • 3
  • A/C
  • Auto.
Budget
$72.86 / per day
San Diego Airport
Luxury
Audi A4 or similar
Audi A4
  • 5
  • 2
  • 5
  • A/C
  • Auto.
Alamo
$80.83 / per day
San Diego India Street
Mini Van
Kia Sedona or similar
Kia Sedona
  • 7
  • 4
  • 4
  • A/C
  • Auto.
Economy rent a car
$80.94 / per day
The above prices are only approximate and were last updated at 04:19 on 2024-06-14. Prices may vary based on the booking dates, length of rental, and car class.

Travel Information

Languages
English, Spanish
Currency
USD
Drive on
Right-hand side
Country code
+1
Average car rental price
$58 per day
Average car rental length
5 days
Speed limit within town
40 - 48 km/h or 25 - 30 mph
Speed limit out of town
88 - 104 km/h or 55 - 65 mph
Acceptable limit of BAC
0.08%
Rating
9.4 / 10
Average gasoline price
$1.38 per liter or $5.22 / 1 gallon
Lowest gasoline price
$1.19 per liter or $4.50 / 1 gallon
Highest gasoline price
$1.69 per liter or $6.40 / 1 gallon

Why rent a car in San Diego?

Located in Southern California which has long had an unending love for the automobile, San Diego is a sprawling, large city that travelers most of explore by rental car. For families coming for a fun-filled vacation, a car is the best way to get between the beaches and theme parks. Those seeking to party in the Gaslamp District would also be best served by having a car to take to the areas beaches during the days. Finally, those seeking an upscale vacation would definitely want to be able to explore the areas surrounding vineyards via their own vehicle. 

San Diego

One-Way Car Rentals in San Diego

The most popular one-way rental options for pick up in San Diego and drop off in another city include:

  • From San Diego to Los Angeles - 54 offers from $45.25 per day
  • From San Diego to Las Vegas - 49 offers from $45.25 per day
  • From San Diego to San Francisco - 54 offers from $45.25 per day
  • From San Diego to Santa Ana - 27 offers from $52.51 per day
  • From San Diego to Orlando - 48 offers from $86.47 per day

Top ways to enter San Diego

Most travelers will enter the city through the San Diego International Airport (SAN) located only a few miles northwest of downtown. Due to its close location, arriving planes descend remarkably close to the high towers of downtown. From the terminals, passengers seeking to find the desk of their rental agency should look for the shuttle to the Consolidated Rental Car Center.  

Tijuana Gen. Abelardo L. Rodríguez International Airport just across the Mexican border in Tijuana is, maybe surprisingly, also a way to get to San Diego. With its Cross Border Xpress, a traveler can land in Tijuana and go through U.S. customs and immigration at the terminal on the American side of the border. At the American terminal, there are rental cars available. 

Some travelers may also arrive at John Wayne Airport in Orange County, from where it takes an hour and a half to drive to San Diego. It is also possible for travelers to pick up a rental car in this airport. 

Finally, some travelers may arrive in San Diego on a train. The main arrival point of trains is the historic Santa Fe Depot, located downtown near the bay. The station is within an easy walk or short, affordable taxi ride of car rental offices located downtown. 

City facts

San Diego, which means Saint Didacus in Spanish, was originally named San Miguel upon its discovery in 1542. The are was colonized in 1769 with the construction of a fort and mission, the latter of which still exists and is located in the Mission Valley area of the city. Another very popular area with tourists is the nearby Old Town which contains many of the original buildings from the 18th century Spanish settlers. 

San Diego has what is most likely the best beach weather in America. Warm, dry summers combined with mild winters make the city a year-round tourist destination. Most of the rain falls between December and March, though visitors from rainer places will still deem it to be an improvement over their home'’s weather. 

The city does have microclimates, similar to Los Angeles, due to the mountains. One neighborhood of the city can have a completely different weather pattern than another, particularly the coast, at the same time. Along the same lines, the further inland one travels, the larger the swings in temperatures become. 

San Diego, for a city of its size, is unfortunately bereft of sports glory. No team from any of the major sports, nor any university team in popular sports, in the city has won a championship. In recent years, sports fans have fallen on even harder times with the Charges of the NFL leaving for Los Angeles. The city still retains the Padres in baseball, a game of whose at Petco Park would make a good day’s outing in the spring or summer. 

Top destinations and activities

  • Gaslamp District - A historical district in Downtown San Diego, the Gaslamp District is so named due the gas lamps installed to light the streets after the neighborhood’s building in the 1800s. Long a blighted area of the city, it has now been redeveloped and is the hotspot of the city for dining, shopping, and nightlife. Visitors will find the area particularly busy on weekend nights as city residents come for the lounges, bars, clubs, and restaurants. 
  • La Jolla - Located in the northern part of the city, some 12 miles from Downtown, LA Jolla is an upscale beach neighborhood that is extremely popular with travelers. If you aren’t going to stay in the neighborhood, you surely will visit at some point during your vacation. Prospect Place and Gillard Street are full of art galleries and high-end shopping. The beaches are, of course, not to be missed. Fans of brutalist architecture will not want to skip seeing the Geisel Library on the campus of the University of California San Diego. 
  • Craft Beer Scene - San Diego has long been a haven for beer lovers and is now home to a plethora of microbreweries. Some have associated restaurants, but most breweries are micro/nano operations. Even so, most offer tasting rooms or even tours of their breweries. The West Coast IPA is an example of a type of beer made in the local style. 
  • SeaWorld - The original SeaWorld park is located in Orlando that was once famous for its killer whale shows. Due to public backlash, the park has now phased out these shows and stopped its orca breeding program. It now focuses on rides and other animal experiences. 
  • Aquatica - Located on the south side of the city near the Mexican border, Aquatica is Seaworld’s associated waterpark. The park is open from the end of May to the end of October. The park has typical water park attractions like exhilarating water slides, a lazy river, a beach, loungers, and pools. It also has animal habitats, such as one with flamingos. 
  • Legoland California - Originally built at lego headquarters in Denmark, this theme park chain now has multiple locations across the world. In California it is located in the town of Carlsbad in northern San Diego County. Rides, shows and activities are based on Legos, of course. The park also has an associated water park and aquarium with addition entry fees. 
  • Whale Watching - If you happen to be visiting when the California whales migrate southward in February, you’re in for a treat. You can either view the migration from the shore at places like point loma or join a boat tour that will bring you closer to the whales. 
  • Golf - Unsurprisingly given its weather, the San Diego area is loaded with golf courses. The most famous among these is Torey Pines, where Tiger Woods won the 2008 U.S. Open. Iti will again be hosting the U.S. Open in 2021. The course is owned by the city and it is possible to make reservations for tee times through it. If you are not able to make a reservation though, don’t fret, as there are many other wonderful courses in the area to play a round at.
  • Old Town San Diego State Historic Park. San Diego is not usually thought of as a destination for history buffs, but the city was actually the location of the first European settlement in California. The best place to explore this heritage is the State Historic Park which takes up a large portion of the San Diego Old Town and includes attractions such as the Robinson Rose-House Visitor Center, Seeley Stable Museum, and Black Hawk Smithy. While not part of the park, the nearby white church of the Mission San Diego de Alcalá dates back to the 18th century and is the oldest settled area of the city.

Traffic and parking

San Diego see traffic congestion, particularly during rush hour. However, if coming from the Los Angeles area, it will seem like a walk in the park.

Parking is becoming ever more difficult to deal with in San Diego. The closer you get to the dense core of the city, the more likely you will have to pay for parking and the higher the price of it will be. Be sure to follow the parking requirements, as nothing would ruin your vacation more than finding your rental car towed and then seeing the bill for such.

On-street Parking is available in many areas of the city, though for a limited period of time. Meters have gradually changed to pay stations, so if you do not see a meter, do not assume that parking is free, but instead look for the station. Meters accept credit cards in addition to coins, but note that the minimum charge is $1.25 for credit cards. 

Parking garages are also readily available, though at a higher price. Since many meters have a low time limit of how long you can occupy a spot, garages are more useful for longer-term parking. For going out to the clubs and bars, one can find many lots in and near the Gaslamp District with special evening rates, though they tend to fill up on Saturday nights. 

Travelers should also be aware that many hotels, especially those in La Jolla and Downtown, charge for parking. Luckily, these rates are significantly lower than in Los Angeles. 

Toll roads

There are only two types of tolls to be aware of in San Diego County. The South Bay Expressway on the east side of the city is a toll road. Tolls can be paid with a FastTrek transponder, cash (but only with exact change) or credit card. If planning to use this expressway, it is probably best to plan to pay with cash or credit card and avoid the rental company’s fees for using a FastTrak transponder, if it is available. 

Additionally, I-15 contains express lanes, called I-15 express While these lanes which are free to use if traveling in a vehicle with two or more passengers. Single occupant vehicles may also use the lanes by paying a toll with a FastTrak transponder. Some rental agencies have cars equipped with these; however, if your rental does not have one, avoid entering these lanes if alone.

Orange County, located north of San Diego, has about five toll roads. Unlike the express lanes, these can be used without FastTrak. Cash is not accepted on these roads, but you can pre-register your rental here and have the toll charged to your credit card. Alternatively, your rental agreement likely will include a way to be charged afterward with an added convenience fee. If you plan on using these toll-roads, be sure to ask your rental agency in advance.

Ideas for day trips

  • Tijuana - Sitting just south of the border, Tijuania is the second largest city in Mexico. It is a great day trip from San Diego. It may be possible to take your rental car to Mexico, though this would be highly unlikely if you are not a U.S. resident. In either case, the government fees and insurance make taking your rental car unattractive. With Downtown Tijuana lying just a few hundred yards (or meters) from the border crossing, it is extremely popular to drive to the border and cross on foot. It is also possible to leave your rental car at your hotel and take a trolley to the border. 
  • Catalina - Reachable by ferry from the port in Dana Point, Catilna is one of the Channel Islands located about 22 miles off the coast of California. Snorkeling and diving are the most popular activities on the island. But for those that don’t want to go in the water but still see the aquatic life, glass bottom boat tours are available. Hiking is also another popular activity, though permits are required for the backcountry.  
  • North County Beaches - If the beaches in the city proper are too crowded for your liking, then venture to the towns in northern San Diego. Try the D Street or Swami’s Beach in Encinitas orFletcher Cove in Solana Beach for less-crowds, though not desolation. Venturing to Imperial Beach in the southern part of the city is also a good idea. 
  • Wine Tasting Tour - San Diego County has more than a hundred wineries In addition, the nearby Temecula Valley, located in Riverside County, has at least 40 more wineries and tasting rooms. With all of the micro and boutique wineries, connoisseurs will be able to occupy themselves for a lifetime. 

Most popular cars

The most popular class of rental car is economy, such as the Hyundai Accent. Travelers also prefer to use intermediate cars, such as the Nissan Sentra, and compact cars, such as the Nissan Versa. All of these choices are perfect for a family traveling in warm southern California for a weekend or week. 

Further destinations

  • Los Angeles - The City of Angels lies roughly 120 miles north of San Diego and can be reached via I-5. One of the largest tourist destinations in the country, L.A. gives visitors the opportunity to immerse themselves in the history of cinema, see world-class artworks, hang out with the locals along the Santa Monica pier and visit hip areas like Venice Beach for out-of-this-world culinary experiences. From tapings of your favorite show to the possibility of sighting your favorite movie star, L.A. is a must for any film and television buff. 
  • Orange County - It only takes an hour or two from San Diego to reach the rich county made famous by multiple television shows. Disneyland and Knott’s Berry Farm are the largest attraction. Splendid beaches and a wonderfully diverse restaurant scene also bring in tourists. 
  • Phoenix - Take a six-hour drive through the desert along I-8 to the capital of Arizona and fifth most populated city in the United States. The city has many resorts, primarily for vacationers to enjoy the warm weather during winter. And with over 200 golf courses to choose from in the area, the city is popular with golfers. Green fees are high during the high season, but can be a real bargain out of season, just be sure to tee-off early to avoid the sweltering heat. 
  • Tucson - Also in the state of Arizona, and an hours drive south Phoenix, is Tuscon. This city sit slightly higher in elevation and is therefore slightly cooler. Flanked on either side by national and state parks, Tucson is the perfect place to visit the desert without getting lost in it. Old Tucson Studios, where many Hollywood westerns were filmed, is open to visitors with tours and shows. One also shouldn’t miss the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, a zoo, botanical garden, art gallery, natural history museum, and aquarium all in one. 
  • Death Valley National Park - A four hour drive out of Las Angeles brings travelers to the national park with the lowest point in the United States. Badwater Basin is the lowest point in the United States. It is located a mere 85 miles from Mt. Whitney, the highest point in the lower 48. 
  • Baja California - Spanish for Lower California, Baja California is a peninsula extending south from California. Much of the region is sparsely populated, though the peninsula doesn’t see a deficit of travelers due to the immense opportunities for hiking, camping, surfing, diving, and deep sea fishing. As taking your rental car from the U.S. to Mexico may be unattractive financially if even possible, it would be very easy to walk across the border and rent another car in Tijuana for the journey. Do note that the roads may be narrow and twisty along with being remote and desolate in parts. Be sure to stock up on gas and water when possible. 
  • Joshua Tree National Park - A short two hour drive down I-10 from Downtown L.A. brings travelers to this desert national park named after Joshua trees, which are abundant within the park. The park’s ecosystem consists of two deserts primarily distinguished by altitude. With over half the park designated as wilderness, travelers flock to the park for backcountry hiking and camping.   
  • Sequoia National Park -  Located in the southern part of the Sierra Nevada and about a three-and-a-half hour drive from Los Angeles, the Sequoia National Park contains the Giant Forest, a forest of large sequoia trees that includes General Sherman, the largest tree in the world by volume. The park also offers wilderness, mountains, and backcountry hiking and camping. In this backcountry is the tallest mountain in the lower 48, Mt. Whitney. If you intend to climb it, be sure to register for the permit lottery between February 1 and March 15 every year. 
  • Kings Canyon National Park - Bordering Sequoia National Park to the north is Kings Canyon National Park. The canyon from which it takes its name is a valley shaped by glaciers that is around a mile deep. The park also hosts multiple 14ers (peaks of 14,00ft or 4,300 meters). With limited roads, backpacking is the only way to visit most of the park. It is necessary to obtain a backcountry permit beforehand. Kings Canyon is also a prime destination for rock climbing and canyoneer. 
  • Ghost towns. Southern California, especially its inland eastern part, is home to a lot of historical settlements that have been abandoned. While certainly not for everyone, many of these ghost towns have become tourist attractions and can be reached within a 2-4 hour drive from San Diego. Many of them, like California City in Antelope Valley, played an important role in the early European expeditions in the region; others, like Pioneertown in San Bernardino County, were built later to serve as movie sets and invoke the old mystique of the Wild West; and yet others, like Hell in Riverside County, attract travelers with their befitting names and remoteness. It’s also important to note that not every settlement called a Ghost Town is actually empty  — some, although having lost a large part of their usual population, continue to be inhabited.
  • Las Vegas - Located in the neighboring state of Nevada, Vegas is one of the truly iconic destinations of the American West. Sin City, located right in the middle of the desert,  is characterized by glamor, opulence, and memories that often last a lifetime. Las Vegas is 330 miles (530 km) northeast of San Diego, a drive that takes about five hours.

Car Rental Prices in San Diego

  • Convertibles - from $114 per day
  • Large cars - from $24 per day
  • Medium cars - from $22 per day
  • Vans - from $70 per day
  • Premium cars - from $64 per day
  • Small cars - from $42 per day
  • SUVs - from $31 per day
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Map of Car Rental Locations

What is the cheapest month to rent a car in San Diego?

Car rental prices in San Diego vary by time of year. This graph shows the average prices per month to help you find the best time of year to rent.
Average rental costs per day in San Diego
$35.66
January
$45.70
February
$56.26
March
$41.54
April
$42.36
May
$51.82
June
$64.34
July
$66.89
August
$50.61
September
$56.16
October
$59.95
November
$66.89
December
The cheapest month to rent a car in San Diego is January (when prices average $35.66 per day). This is 33% cheaper than the yearly average and 47% cheaper than renting in August (when prices average $66.89).

This information can help you identify the low season. But these are only average numbers. How much your car rental will cost will depend on the type of vehicle you rent, how long you’ll rent it for, and how far ahead you book. Simply enter your dates in the form at the top of the page to see the exact prices.

What’s the usual rental length in San Diego?

How long travelers keep their rental cars for varies from month to month: in January, the average renter keeps their car for 8 days, and in March, they keep their car for 5 days.
Average number of rental days in San Diego
8
January
7
February
5
March
6
April
5
May
5
June
6
July
5
August
5
September
5
October
6
November
6
December

What's the most popular month to rent a car in San Diego?

Based on the number of searches by our customers, the most popular month for renting a car in San Diego is July, and the least popular is November.
Monthly searches in San Diego by pick-up date relative to the average
75%
January
73%
February
112%
March
129%
April
135%
May
111%
June
157%
July
98%
August
86%
September
78%
October
64%
November
82%
December

Car Rental Information

Car rental locations 9
Airport locations 1
Popular suppliers MEX RENT A CAR, FOX, Dollar, Thrifty, Payless
Popular car categories SUVs, Large cars, Medium cars, Vans
Lowest price $22 per day
Cheapest supplier MEX RENT A CAR

Most Popular Car Models of Rental Suppliers

Rental Supplier Model Doors Luggage Type
MEX RENT A CAR Kia Forte 4 3 Large cars
MEX RENT A CAR Chevrolet Onix 4 2 Medium cars
FOX Kia Sportage 5 2 SUVs
MEX RENT A CAR Kia Sedona 4 4 Vans
MEX RENT A CAR Nissan X-Trail 5 3 SUVs
MEX RENT A CAR MG 5 5 2 Large cars
MEX RENT A CAR Nissan Kicks 5 2 SUVs
FOX Toyota Corolla 4 1 Large cars
FOX Mitsubishi Mirage 4 2 Small cars
MEX RENT A CAR Nissan Sentra 4 2 Large cars

Our Customers' Reviews

Because we want to make sure each review listed here is left by a real customer, we don’t have an option to post a review here. Instead, we ask each and every customer to leave a review after they return their rental car. This way, you know that all reviews are authentic, verified, and trustworthy.

United States of America (USA)
Toyota Corolla
May 9, 2024
We drove to the beautiful beaches in Carlsbad, then toured Hollywood and Beverly Hills. Next onto Sequoia National Park to see the amazing scenery. We drove to Palm Springs and spent a few days at Margaritaville and rode the tram at Jacinto Mountain and had a delicious dinner at the restaurant overlooking breathtaking views. We finished our trip in San Diego and toured the battleship Midway. My first trip to California was amazing.
United States of America (USA)
Kia Sportage
April 23, 2024
San Diego is such a good place for a weekend, La Jolla, Palm Springs, everything!
Mexico
Kia Sedona
July 13, 2023
Great visiting Theme Parks with family
United States of America (USA)
Hyundai Accent
April 19, 2022
Drove up Route 1 through Big Sur, and down into San Diego. Fantastic scenery!
United States of America (USA)
Kia Sportage
September 23, 2020
parking is often tight /parking can be expensive/you most likely will still need a car/driving can be challenging due to traffic
United States of America (USA)
Nissan Versa
July 21, 2019
Use this company
United States of America (USA)
Kia Rio
June 30, 2019
If you stay in downtown and you don't anticipate going anywhere else then a car is not needed.
United States of America (USA)
Kia Rio
February 18, 2019
One of the cutest cities in America. The beaches, the food, the style, you can’t go wrong.
United States of America (USA)
VW Jetta
November 13, 2018
Many places are spread out 15-20 minutes in various locations. A car would certainly be helpful.
United States of America (USA)
VW Jetta
October 23, 2018
From beginning to end everyone on staff was very professional and courteous.
United States of America (USA)
VW Jetta
September 27, 2018
Everything is a drive away. Very little attractions in one place. Maybe a days worth
United States of America (USA)
Hyundai Accent
June 27, 2018
The only thing that was a bit confusing was online info. Just put the total price you will pay
United States of America (USA)
Hyundai Elantra
June 24, 2018
San Diego was nice and very easy to get around in. The beaches are beautiful, and there is a lot to do - LEGOLAND, USS Midway, and SeaWorld.
United States of America (USA)
Hyundai Accent
June 14, 2018
We had a great vacation in San Diego. Since we are from the Midwest, we spent a considerable amount of our time on the coast. Making our way from Point Loma to La Jolla, to Torrey Pines, to Carlsbad, to Oceanside. 75 and sunny every day. We did devote an entire day to Balboa Park. We checked out the Japanese Friendship Gardens, the Museum of Man, and the San Diego Art Institute. We probably should have set aside more time to explore more. The Nationally-Ranked San Diego Zoo is on the grounds as well. Also, if you're looking for some tasty seafood for a great price - check out MITCH'S SEAFOOD!
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Car Rental Statistics

Highest rated company
Alamo
9.1 / 10
)
Lowest rated company
GreenMotion
6.3 / 10
)
Total number of reviews
24
Total rental companies
19
Average daily price
$58.21
Lowest daily price
$22.10
Total cars available
832

Top 19 Suppliers in San Diego in 2024

Alamo
Alamo
Exceptional 9.1 / 13 reviews
1 location
$72 - $157
SIXT
SIXT
Very good 8.4 / 9 reviews
1 location
$77 - $142
Enterprise
Enterprise
Very good 8.4 / 2 reviews
1 location
$76 - $177
National
National
Very good 8 / 2 reviews
1 location
$77 - $165
Carwiz
Carwiz
Good 7.7
1 location
Dollar
Dollar
Good 7.6 / 14 reviews
1 location
$56 - $148
Advantage
Advantage
Good 7.6 / 6 reviews
1 location
Payless
Payless
Good 7.6 / 3 reviews
1 location
Budget
Budget
Good 7.6 / 2 reviews
7 locations
$57 - $144
Hertz
Hertz
Good 7.6
2 locations
FOX
FOX
Good 7.4 / 41 reviews
1 location
$60 - $153
Thrifty
Thrifty
Good 7.4 / 8 reviews
1 location
$54 - $148
York Car Rental
York Car Rental
Good 7.1
1 location
$103
Avis
Avis
Good 7 / 7 reviews
6 locations
Europcar
Europcar
Good 7 / 3 reviews
1 location
$49 - $94
NUCarrentals
NUCarrentals
Satisfactory 6.8
1 location
$41 - $389
MEX RENT A CAR
MEX RENT A CAR
Satisfactory 6.7 / 625 reviews
2 locations
$22 - $235
Economy rent a car
Economy rent a car
Satisfactory 6.5 / 4 reviews
1 location
$64 - $222
GreenMotion
GreenMotion
Satisfactory 6.3 / 19 reviews
1 location
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