Top Cheap Cars for Sale in Atlanta, GA

2005 Nissan Titan
193,316 Miles | Atlanta, GA
$4,995
est. $72/mo

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2006 Mercedes-Benz M-Class
234,947 Miles | Atlanta, GA
$3,995
est. $58/mo

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2006 Chevrolet Colorado
176,604 Miles | Atlanta, GA
$5,995
est. $86/mo

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2012 Mitsubishi Lancer
148,976 Miles | Atlanta, GA
$4,999
est. $72/mo

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2007 Toyota Prius
165,270 Miles | Atlanta, GA
$4,999
est. $72/mo

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2013 Hyundai Sonata
157,701 Miles | Atlanta, GA
$5,299
est. $76/mo

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2005 Honda Accord
242,453 Miles | Atlanta, GA
$3,500
est. $50/mo

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2005 Land Rover LR3
186,088 Miles | Atlanta, GA
$5,500
est. $79/mo

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2010 Ford Focus
104,740 Miles | Atlanta, GA
$4,725
est. $68/mo

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2007 Volvo S40
86,138 Miles | Atlanta, GA
$4,275
est. $62/mo

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2009 Chevrolet Malibu
153,810 Miles | Atlanta, GA
$4,725
est. $68/mo

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2011 Chrysler 200
138,991 Miles | Atlanta, GA
$5,500
est. $79/mo

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1996 Mazda B-Series Pickup
227,279 Miles | Atlanta, GA
$3,200
est. $46/mo

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2018 Chevrolet Express Cargo
198,000 Miles | Atlanta, GA
Accepting Offers
est. $0/mo

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2006 Infiniti G35
183,678 Miles | Atlanta, GA
$6,000
est. $86/mo

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2008 Chrysler Sebring
168,333 Miles | Atlanta, GA
$3,500
est. $50/mo

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2004 Hyundai Santa Fe
173,257 Miles | Atlanta, GA
$3,500
est. $50/mo

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2003 Audi A6
200,000 Miles | Atlanta, GA
$1,500
est. $22/mo

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2008 Nissan Rogue
192,000 Miles | Atlanta, GA
$4,500
est. $65/mo

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2013 Chevrolet Sonic
122,696 Miles | Atlanta, GA
$5,400
est. $78/mo

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Atlanta, GA Driving Tips & Experiences

Jenni
Atlanta, GA
Atlanta, GA Driving Tips
The tip I would give drivers is that in "Five Point" if you decide to drive and not take the subway... drive careful. The police will be on foot at stop signs and red lights looking for people with no seat belt or driving crazy. They will give you a ticket. Also don't part at the parking meters. Th ... (more)
Atlanta, GA Buying Tips
I recommend that if you live in the city of Atlanta, especially on and around Peachtree Street to don't buy a car. Everything you need to do work, play, eat, etc. is right there in the city and you can walk, bike, taxi or take the bus/subway to it. Atlanta has one of the best transportation system ... (more)
Favorite Driving Memory
My most favorite memory of driving in Atlanta is a night. It is a beautiful city at night and a the traffic is not as bad. Parking is great at night and you can get in and out at a restaurants. All of the building are lit with lights and sometimes a haze is over the city most night. I love driving ... (more)
Favorite Road
Peachtree Street. - Peachtree street has a lot of businesses on it and great restaurants. Peachtree Street will take you from Buckhead all the way throughout the main hubs of Atlanta, including "Five Point".. that is a hip and preppy, college town area. A lot of the young people hand out there. It is where most of th ... (more)
Stuart
Atlanta, GA
Atlanta, GA Driving Tips
Driving in Atlanta can be fun if you don't have to drive everyday. Our family goes into the city from time to time, so we might be able to enjoy it more than the everyday driver. In Midtown Atlanta, where there is a mix of big buildings and neighborhoods, one can get a little lost. Here, like other ... (more)
Atlanta, GA Buying Tips
Looking for a car in the city may be difficult, depending on where you live. It may be best to seek in different areas just outside Atlanta to get a good set of choices to make before buying inside the city. I would suggest shopping around and asking friends and neighbors where they would go. Buc ... (more)
Favorite Driving Memory
My favorite memory driving in Atlanta is when we drove north into the area known as Buckhead, which is north of Midtown. We were leaving one of the concert venues downtown, and had to find a street that would lead us to the interstate. As we went further on Peachtree Street, realizing we missed on ... (more)
Favorite Road
Ponce de Leon Avenue - I lived on one part of Ponce de Leon when I first moved to Atlanta. At the time, I didn't have a car, since the city has a well-run set of buses and trains to get around. But driving Ponce de Leon, from Midtown to the city of Decatur, you can travel a significant distance that is not at all boring ... (more)
jasonG
Atlanta, GA
Atlanta, GA Driving Tips
One tip I would give is to take your time in getting familiar with traffic. Traffic in Atlanta is like no other place. Rush hour is there every morning, traffic moves fast when it can, and you always need to be checking your blind spots as cars are moving in and out constantly between different lan ... (more)
Atlanta, GA Buying Tips
I think the most important thing you need to know when buying a car in Atlanta, is making sure it has necessary acceleration. When merging on to highways here, or making legal U-turns, you need a vehicle that will get up and go to merge into traffic as fast as you can. People will be behind you in ... (more)
Favorite Driving Memory
My favorite memory from driving in this city was the first time I ever drove on I-85. It was my first time flying into Atlanta, and after I got my rental car I finally found my way on to the highway. I had previously never experienced a highway that was 10 lanes across until that day. It was as if I ... (more)
Favorite Road
I-85 - I love to drive on I-85 because it reminds me of a race track. You have usually around 6 lanes to choose from, not including the Peach Pass lane that allows you to bypass much of the congested traffic (for a fee of course). But the speed limits appear to be a guide, as other people seem to drive wel ... (more)