Top Cheap Cars for Sale in Boston, MA

2012 Honda Fit
151,650 Miles | Roxbury, MA
$4,995
est. $72/mo

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2010 Honda Accord
154,686 Miles | Roxbury, MA
$5,495
est. $79/mo

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2011 Toyota Prius
209,408 Miles | Roxbury, MA
$4,995
est. $72/mo

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2006 Toyota RAV4
177,212 Miles | Roxbury, MA
$5,495
est. $79/mo

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2006 Land Rover LR3
174,284 Miles | Roxbury, MA
$4,995
est. $72/mo

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2015 Chevrolet Sonic
114,489 Miles | Roxbury, MA
$5,495
est. $79/mo

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2007 Toyota Prius
210,253 Miles | Roxbury, MA
$3,995
est. $58/mo

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2012 Honda Civic
171,494 Miles | Roxbury, MA
$5,995
est. $86/mo

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2009 Volkswagen Tiguan
130,446 Miles | Roxbury, MA
$5,495
est. $79/mo

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2005 Lexus ES 330
144,153 Miles | Roxbury, MA
$5,495
est. $79/mo

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2009 Toyota Camry
170,985 Miles | Roxbury, MA
$5,495
est. $79/mo

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2008 Kia Spectra
184,406 Miles | Dorchester, MA
$2,291
est. $33/mo

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2007 Ford Focus
103,457 Miles | Dorchester, MA
$3,396
est. $49/mo

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2011 Buick Regal
131,192 Miles | Dorchester, MA
$5,793
est. $84/mo

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2005 Dodge Ram Pickup 1500
198,206 Miles | Dorchester, MA
$4,789
est. $69/mo

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2003 Volvo S60
68,633 Miles | Dorchester, MA
$5,995
est. $86/mo

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2012 Honda Civic
137,145 Miles | Roslindale, MA
$5,999
est. $86/mo

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2005 Lexus ES 330
116,759 Miles | Allston, MA
$5,495
est. $79/mo

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2008 Acura TL
204,546 Miles | Hyde Park, MA
$5,450
est. $79/mo

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2005 Honda Odyssey
144,205 Miles | Hyde Park, MA
$3,995
est. $58/mo

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Boston, MA Driving Tips & Experiences

Tatum
Boston, MA
Boston, MA Driving Tips
I suggest new drivers in Boston take time to learn the major roads and how they feed into each other. If you know Storrow Drive, Commonwealth Ave and Boylston Street, for example, you should be able to cover a lot of ground in Boston. The multitude of narrow one-way streets in the older neighborhood ... (more)
Boston, MA Buying Tips
Many of my friends bought their vehicles in the Boston metro area rather than the city itself. In the metro area, there are dealerships for all of the major car companies. In fact, I believe there are 3 or 4 Ford dealerships alone within a 20 minute drive of Boston! I have bought and sold 2 vehicles ... (more)
Favorite Driving Memory
My "driving highlight" in Boston is actually driving out of the city. Boston is unique in the sense that it is a large American city but it is also possible to escape the urban sprawl relatively quickly and drive to scenic and historic New England areas. My personal highlight is driving up to Vermo ... (more)
Favorite Road
Commonwealth Ave. - I like driving on Commonwealth Ave. Because it cuts through the scenic Back Bay neighborhood of Boston. It's very interesting to drive past large brownstone buildings and some of Boston's oldest churches. There is also beautiful green space on the side of the road where you can see inspiring statues ... (more)
Keri
Boston, MA
Boston, MA Driving Tips
I would strongly recommend to avoid driving during rush hours (7-9AM, 4-6:30PM). Honestly, walking is faster than driving during this period. I have walked the stretch of Mass Ave from Symphony (central Boston) to Central Square (central Cambridge) onto to have passed 5 1 buses going the same direct ... (more)
Boston, MA Buying Tips
For a used car, CarGuru.Com seems to be a great place. There are actually very few "standard car" (Toyota, Honda, Ford, etc.) dealers within the city (due to how crowded and expensive it is), so you'd have to go out into the suburbs for those. I would really strongly recommend against buying a car ... (more)
Favorite Driving Memory
While driving in Boston is generally stressful, dangerous, and sometimes painful due to the potholes, there are certainly a few memorable areas within this historical city. One particular highlight was on the drive back into Boston from a trip to New Hampshire. The sun happened to be setting as I dr ... (more)
Favorite Road
Jamaicaway - It has a beautiful view of a long stretch of bike path/park. The road itself is very smooth with gentle curves that make it fun to drive on. While during the day, it is not that much fun with lots of traffic, at night, past 9PM or so, the road really comes to its own. It is well-lit, and there are v ... (more)
Numbers
Boston, MA
Boston, MA Driving Tips
The most important thing to keep in mind when driving in Boston is absolutely this: NEVER assume that any of the drivers around you are paying attention. They *will* cut aggressively into your lane with very little room for error. They will *not* use their turning signal a good 80 percent of the tim ... (more)
Boston, MA Buying Tips
There are a lot of one-way streets, very limited parking, and a ton of stop and go traffic, so in a car you'd do well to seek out something compact that handles well and gets good gas mileage. Also when we get snow (which is very frequent), there is virtually nowhere to go and the driving can get ha ... (more)
Favorite Driving Memory
"Favorite" is a bit of an interesting word to use, as Boston drivers are notoriously reckless and aggressive, and in my opinion, (as a Massachusetts native), the reputation is well-earned. Some people here, self-describe as "Mass-holes" and that's not far off. A recent memory was sitting at a red li ... (more)
Favorite Road
Massachusetts Avenue - I like Massachusetts Avenue (Mass Ave) because it takes you through all the different flavors of the city in Rapid succession, taking you by Colleges and Universities including MIT and Harvard, and more working class areas, arty areas, and more. The people watching is terrific, too.