among our clients


  • Barry Branch

    Imagine the looks we got from people! And of course the feeling of riding an amazing car is really unique - I will not forget that experience. Thanks!

  • Clark Wilson

    I am really pleased with their service and without a doubt I would recommend them.

  • Bryan Barclay

    Will definitely be back for more in the future and recommend you to my friends!

Rent a Ford in Rome

If you want to hire a Ford in Rome, look no further than us at Apex Luxury Car Hire. We are a highly experienced company who specialise in rental cars.

Rome has a population of just under 3 million people and has so much incredible culture for you to enjoy..

Rome is just about one of the most ancient cities in Europe. Throughout it's time this has been the capital of the Roman kingdom, the Roman Republic and the Roman Empire and it's considered to be an important birthplace of European civilisation itself. If you try our Ford rental Rome and you can see all the historical remains for yourself.

With world famous buildings like St Peter's Basilica, Michelangelo's the Sistine Chapel and the Colosseum with its full capacity for 60,000 people it is now seen as one of the Wonders of the World.

Take part in Ford hire Rome and love every minute of your stay.

Vast wealth has been invested in the city, creating palaces, public buildings, town squares and basilicas, that are everywhere in this amazing place.

But Rome also has a large amount of the modern and The National Gallery of Modern Art with work by some of the best modern artists such as Di Chirico, Cezanne and Kandinsky are all free for your perusal.

For whatever reason you're in Rome and that it could be a company travel or just a holiday - rent a Ford in Rome with Apex Luxury Car Hire and enjoy everything this excellent city has in store!

You deserve to pamper yourself a bit, so travel like a superstar and book one of our amazing vehicles today. If you
would like more information about us, our fleet or our services please don’t hesitate to ask.