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Rent a Convertible in Philadelphia
When you rent a convertible in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania you’re getting two cars in one: top down for jazzy road trips or top up for a dewy morning drive. We maintain a quality fleet, so you’ll have no worries on your business trip or vacation to Philadelphia.
Philadelphia is an old city, so a convertible rental is perfect for enjoying the architecture and history from behind the wheel of a Ford Mustang convertible or Chevy Camaro convertible. Avis also has Beetle convertible rentals available, a fun alternative to your top-down driving experience.
May through September are ideal months to rent a convertible in Philadelphia. The average temperature for these warmer months is in the low 80s, just perfect for leaving the top down. This is a wonderful time of year to see all that Philadelphia has to offer, as well as surrounding New Jersey, New York, and DC.
View Historic Sights From Your Convertible Rental
There’s so much to see and do in and around Philadelphia, and seeing it from the driver’s seat of a convertible car rental makes it that much more special. For a lovely driving tour of the city, take your Ford Mustang convertible on 2nd Street under the Ben Franklin Bridge. This will give you a little tour of Old City, a haven of colonial-era architecture and home of the Liberty Bell and the Betsy Ross house. In Old City, you can also see the stunning Christ Church and check out Carpenters’ Hall, a meeting place of the oldest crafting guild in the United States. Then take I-95 and go on the Delaware Scenic Drive from Washington Crossing and see where George Washington crossed the Delaware River in 1776.