It’s no secret that Mexico is a huge market for luxury cars.
As of 2015, the country had a market value of around $8 billion.
But with a population of roughly 9 million people, it can be tough to find a space to rent a luxury car.
It can be expensive to rent luxury cars in a city like Mexico City.
And as a result, the majority of luxury car rentals in Mexico are done by the middlemen: leasing companies.
These middlemen usually charge an additional fee for the privilege of renting a luxury vehicle.
In some cases, the rental company charges a commission, meaning that the buyer receives a higher percentage of the rental income than the amount of money paid by the seller.
And it’s not just the middleman that can take advantage of these loopholes.
In the last few years, there have been a number of high-profile cases of luxury cars being rented in Mexico.
One of the most notorious is the case of the Mercedes-Benz AMG.
In 2014, an investigation revealed that a car rental company was actually renting the Mercedes Benz AMG to a person who was arrested in Mexico, and then sold it to a different car rental business.
The owner of the property, Francisco Alvarado-López, was convicted of the theft and sentenced to six years in prison.
According to a 2014 report by the Mexican government, about 3,000 Mercedes-Benzes were stolen in Mexico in 2014, a number that is expected to rise to 4,000 by 2021.
As a result of the investigation, the Mexican National Police arrested the owner of an apartment building in Mexico’s capital, and seized over 500 Mercedes-Bans.
In 2016, another car rental firm, El Techo de México (the City of Two Cities), also admitted that it had rented a Mercedes-AMG to an individual in the US.
According a 2017 report by Mexican lawmakers, a car that had been stolen from the owner in the U.S. was stolen in El Teco, the state of Jalisco.
This particular Mercedes-BMG is one of the more notorious examples of luxury-car rentals in the country.
In 2018, the owner and the car rental agency that rented it were sentenced to 18 years in jail, according to local media.
The car was later found abandoned at a deserted location in Mexico with the license plate “SILENT” on it.
In November 2018, another Mercedes-benz brand was stolen from a rental property in Ciudad Juárez, according the Mexican newspaper Reforma.
The vehicle was later recovered and the owner received a six-year prison sentence.
According the Reforma report, the car was rented from the rental agency to a man who was sentenced to five years in federal prison in 2019.
In December 2018, a luxury-cars rental company in Mexico was also accused of using its middlemen to rent the Mercedes AMG of a man arrested in the state capital, Tlatelolco.
The police discovered the Mercedes, which was stolen on November 18, 2017, and arrested the man.
According Tlatello’s official website, the driver was charged with driving without a license and driving with a suspended license.
The local police said that the man had been arrested for a similar crime.
He was sentenced in February 2019 to five months in prison, and his lawyer, Guillermo Sánchez, said the man would appeal his conviction.
According an article in Reforma, the man’s lawyer argued that the Mercedes was stolen because it was an Alfa Romeo, and because of its unusual styling, the client was afraid of being identified by the police.
According Sández, the Mercedes is now on display at the Jalisco state museum, and the driver is appealing the conviction to the Mexican Supreme Court.
Another luxury car rental in the city of Chihuahua was also found to be rented out to a middleman in the same year.
In January 2019, an arrest warrant was issued for a middle man who had been accused of stealing a luxury Mercedes-Class luxury car from a property in the town of Tepac.
The suspect, Jose Manuel Guillermos, had been living with a relative in the apartment building where the Mercedes and its license plate were rented.
According To Reforma , Guillermas was sentenced by a local court to eight years in state prison for the crime, but the court did not decide the exact amount of the sentence.
The court also suspended his driver’s license for one year.
After Guillerma’s release from prison, he rented the luxury car to a relative and rented it out to another family member.
The next month, the same relative rented the car to Guillermosa again, and again Guillermis was charged.
According Reforma the case was finally resolved in February 2020 when the court ordered Guillerms driver’s licence to be suspended for one month, and ordered him to pay