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Land Rover 2021 Defender
2021 Land Rover Defender 90 First Edition
20,188 Miles
Charlotte, NC
184
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184
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$52,996
McLaren 2022 720S Spider
2022 McLaren 720S Spider Performance
2,623 Miles
Charlotte, NC
123
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123
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$304,996
Bentley 2015 Continental GT V8 S
2015 Bentley Continental GT V8 S GT V8 S
28,962 Miles
Charlotte, NC
191
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191
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$87,996
Rolls-Royce 2022 Cullinan
2022 Rolls-Royce Cullinan Base
11,358 Miles
Charlotte, NC
81
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81
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$399,995
Rolls-Royce 2023 Ghost
2023 Rolls-Royce Ghost Base
699 Miles
Charlotte, NC
287
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287
days on market
$324,996
Rolls-Royce 2020 Dawn
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2020 Rolls-Royce Dawn Base
20,920 Miles
Charlotte, NC
31
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31
days on market
$298,996
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Mercedes-Benz 2023 G-Class
2023 Mercedes-Benz G-Class G 550
10,523 Miles
Charlotte, NC
31
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31
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$174,996
Rolls-Royce 2018 Dawn
2018 Rolls-Royce Dawn Base
13,538 Miles
Charlotte, NC
120
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120
days on market
$297,996
Ferrari 2022 SF90 Stradale
2022 Ferrari SF90 Stradale Base
2,617 Miles
Charlotte, NC
102
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102
days on market
$527,996
Ferrari 1991 F40
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1991 Ferrari F40
7,485 Miles
Charlotte, NC
148
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148
days on market
$2,849,996
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Lamborghini 2020 Huracan
2020 Lamborghini Huracan EVO Spyder
17,680 Miles
Charlotte, NC
2
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2
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$269,996
Ford 2020 GT
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2020 Ford GT Base
2,505 Miles
Charlotte, NC
59
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59
days on market
$1,194,996
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McLaren 2020 600LT Spider
2020 McLaren 600LT Spider Base
16,932 Miles
Charlotte, NC
16
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16
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$208,996
Lamborghini 2021 Urus
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2021 Lamborghini Urus Base
29,281 Miles
Charlotte, NC
88
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88
days on market
$207,996
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Porsche 1977 911
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1977 Porsche 911
185 Miles
Charlotte, NC
140
days on market
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140
days on market
$329,996
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Rolls-Royce 2019 Dawn
2019 Rolls-Royce Dawn Base
7,596 Miles
Charlotte, NC
128
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128
days on market
$329,996
Rolls-Royce 2023 Ghost
2023 Rolls-Royce Ghost Base
2,304 Miles
Charlotte, NC
183
days on market
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183
days on market
$309,996
Rolls-Royce 2023 Cullinan
2023 Rolls-Royce Cullinan Base
2,705 Miles
Charlotte, NC
64
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64
days on market
$399,996
Mercedes-Benz 2022 G-Class
2022 Mercedes-Benz G-Class AMG G 63
9,670 Miles
Charlotte, NC
196
days on market
11%
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196
days on market
$186,996
BMW 2024 M8
2024 BMW M8 Competition
2,263 Miles
Charlotte, NC
9
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9
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$124,996

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Chauncey
Chauncey
Charlotte, NC
Charlotte, NC Driving Tips
I would give other drivers the advice to watch out for slow drivers in this city. Large cities like Atlanta move fast and people seem to go around 85 in the 55 MPH zones and anyone who does not keep up with the flow of traffic runs the risk of getting hit. Here there is a different feel. We have a lot of extremely slow drivers that get in our lanes. Even if you are going the speed limit, you may still run the risk of hitting someone going significantly slower than you. It's a daily occurrence that I see people going 10 to even 20 miles per hour under the speed limit. It's actually kind of scary and it's probably really dangerous. There are also a lot of people who drive slowly in the passing lane. When I mean slowly, I do mean under the speed limit. On 485 there are sometimes people going 55 to 60 miles per hour in a 70 zone! Then there are the people who very dangerously whip around these slow drivers and sometimes don't even look when they are trying to get away from said slow driver. Those people are very scary and have nearly hit me on far too many occasions because they seem to think that their destination is more important than the safety of others on the road.
Charlotte, NC Buying Tips
Buying a car in this city is a very frustrating thing. The dealers around here aren't exactly trustworthy. Craigslist is even more questionable. I do have two friends in town that work on cars and they are at least willing to take a chance on Craigslist since they know how to fix a car and examine if there is anything wrong with its mechanics. So, if you have any understanding of cars, car maintenance, and the way that a car works, it would be beneficial for you to consider chancing getting a used car from someone who is selling independently. I personally like CarMax myself since I am not a person who knows a lot about cars. CarMax has been very straightforward and honest about their used cars. Their prices are very reasonable and they are willing to negotiate with you to help you find a decent deal. I would avoid any other dealerships around here as I have not been satisfied with the way that they operate their businesses. CarMax has been reliable and normal and my family has bought several cars from them over the years. It also helps to check the internet and get reviews on local dealerships.
Favorite driving memory
I don't really have a lot of favorite memories of driving in Charlotte. It's really not a lot of fun to drive around here as there is too much traffic and not enough public transportation. However, I guess if I had to pick a time I would pick the time it was about 3 in the morning and it was the summer time. I was with my friend and we were cruising down the highway going about 70-75 MPH. We had the windows open and there was wind blowing our hair everywhere. The music was really loud and because it was so late, we weren't sharing the road with anyone. The highway was 485 and it has just been built to be a huge circle around Charlotte. As a result, we were able to drive around the entire circle and back home in one go. It took a long time, even with the roads empty but it was a lot of fun. This happened this summer, I would guess probably in July. It's really the only thing that I can think of, but I don't feel like it was fun just because of the driving experience. I think having good company is what makes the driving experience in town worthwhile for me.
Favorite road
I-485. As I stated above, this road has been built to be a circle now. It goes all the way around the entire city without stopping. Before it was kind of an awkward horseshoe in north Charlotte, but now it has been significantly improved after about a year's worth of construction. There's been a lot of construction on this road within recent years. Even the road itself doesn't feel too old, as I remember when it was built. Now, there are enough lanes that traffic flows really well during rush hour. I usually have to ride this road to work and I don't have any problems getting to my destination. There are a lot of accidents on this road but they don't seem to cause any more congestion that normal driving. There are a lot of exits that are easy to get off of. The exit to I-77 is laid out really well and it is easy to merge and get on that interstate in seconds. The exits to I-85 are just as good. Overall this is a nice circle around the city and there are trees all along the drive so there's usually a nice view. I really like driving on this road.
Carlo
Carlo
Charlotte, NC
Charlotte, NC Driving Tips
Know your directions before you have to take the turn. GPS does not always know which roads are under construction or re-pavement projects this week. It changes week to week and day to day. Stick to the lane you need to be in BEFORE you need to be in it, especially when on Brookshire Blvd., Where the exits come hard and fast and with 4-5 lanes across. If you need to be in the right or left lanes, know this and be there at least a mile before you need to be.
Charlotte, NC Buying Tips
It is easier to find a car online than buying it by going around to the dealers. Car-Max in Charlotte is awesome about finding you the car you want wherever it may be. However my best advice would be to go to the surrounding counties. The cars are more moderately priced and the dealers are MORE eager to make a sale, because "everybody" goes to Charlotte.
Favorite driving memory
Coming into the South, you expect polite gentile behavior from your neighbors. When driving through Charlotte, NC you still get that behavior even on a busy freeway. I drive the 485 Loop on a regular basis and I love the way other drivers move over to let you on from the ramp. There is always something going on to occupy the children while I am navigating traffic, if there is any. My favorite drive was one of the first time we took the 485 Outer from Mt. Holly to the Ballantyne area. As we got closer to the Charlotte-Douglas airport area the planes in the sky increased. Then as the sun was going down and the lights of the city started twinkling, we all noticed this one jumbo-jet that seemingly was headed straight for us. As my children began mimicking, Tattoo from "Fantasy Island" hollering "da plane, Boss, da Plane', I was busy determining if the plane REALLY was trying to land on the highway I was driving down or if it was just a trick of the light. As I steered through a curve, I noticed that it really was just the perspective and lighting that made it appear as if the airplane was attempting to land directly on top of us. My heart started beating again and my hands unclenched from the steering wheel and my children never knew the urge to freak out and swerve was running through their mother's mind.
Favorite road
I-485. Coming into the South, you expect polite gentile behavior from your neighbors. When driving through Charlotte, NC you still get that behavior even on a busy freeway. I drive the 485 Loop on a regular basis and I love the way other drivers move over to let you on from the ramp. There is always something going on to occupy the children while I am navigating traffic, if there is any. It has become a family car game to count how many planes would squash us if they fell from the sky. The road makes navigating in and around a city of Charlotte's size with less drama and traffic than my country self expects.