Read all the horror stories renting a car in Mexico and found Sixt was good. Office was difficult to find since I was given bad directions, but I found the small office. Once papers are done, shuttles takes you to the lot (2-3 minutes). Rate came with the Mexican third party insurance and unlim km's included. CDW damage was covered by my Capital One credit card benefit. Doing this requires between $1300-1600CDN deposit on your card (20,000-24,000 Pesos). It gets returned in full if there is no new damage. I highly recommend that you document all dents and scratches, even if it seems small or irrelevant to you to protect yourself. Secondly, take pictures of the ENTIRE car, one picture per door at least, the inside of the car, the trunk, the roof and underneath the car as well! Then detailed pictures of all existing damages. This can help protect you on return, you can show any damage was existing. Credit card hold was returned 2-3 days later, so if you have a small credit card limit, make sure you have enough room. All in all, I had no problems with them, and if I return to Mexico, I will rent with Sixt again.