2013 Cadillac CTS
32,588 Miles
Accepting Offers

Houston, TX
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2013 Nissan Maxima
105,200 Miles
$9,500

Houston, TX
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2006 Volvo S60
126,000 Miles
$3,490

Houston, TX
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2013 Kia Forte
100,000 Miles
$6,390

Houston, TX
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2015 Chevrolet Corvette
16,000 Miles
$69,900

Houston, TX
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2013 Hyundai Veloster
14,200 Miles
Accepting Offers

Houston, TX
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2010 Infiniti G37
93,000 Miles
$18,000

Houston, TX
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2006 Lotus Elise
46,000 Miles
$39,000

Houston, TX
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2007 Toyota Camry
130,000 Miles
$6,000

Houston, TX
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2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee
68,000 Miles
$21,888

Houston, TX
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2007 Dodge Durango
144,859 Miles
$7,295

Houston, TX
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2008 Mercedes-Benz GL-Class
109,390 Miles
$16,995

Houston, TX
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2012 Hyundai Sonata
63,164 Miles
$10,995

Houston, TX
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2011 Hyundai Sonata
132,035 Miles
$8,995

Houston, TX
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2014 Kia Forte
131,810 Miles
$7,995

Houston, TX
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2007 BMW 7 Series
113,881 Miles
$11,995

Houston, TX
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2006 BMW 3 Series
100,145 Miles
$8,495

Houston, TX
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2008 BMW 3 Series
161,915 Miles
$8,995

Houston, TX
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2013 Mercedes-Benz C-Class
48,309 Miles
$16,995

Houston, TX
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2006 Volvo XC90
70,048 Miles
$7,995

Houston, TX
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Houston, TX Car Buyer's Guide

Top Dealers In Houston, TX
  1. Tom Peacock Nissan Houston
  2. Volvo Of Houston
  3. Scott And Sons Auto Sales Houston
  4. Drivetime Used Cars Houston
  5. Texas Direct Auto Stafford

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2001 Infiniti QX4 - Carmax Houston

BH
Houston, Texas
Overall
5.0
Facility
3.0
Process
3.0
Quality
3.0
Service
5.0
The thing I like most about carmax is you don't feel the pressure you do at other dealerships. You are not inundated with salesman as soon as you get out of your car. You do the searching and when you're ready to start talking deals you find the salesman. The no-haggle price is also nice because you know they won't budge and you have a price that you will be paying.

2010 Audi A4 -

SW
Houston, Texas
Overall
4.0
Facility
3.0
Process
5.0
Quality
5.0
Service
5.0
I found this car dealership through EBay. I was searching for a very specific type of vehicle. My husband wanted a white Audi A4 at the right price and this dealer had it. They were very easy to deal with long distance, we haggled on a price over EBay, they helped my bank facilitate everything I needed to complete the sale and helped me with shipping to Florida.

2010 MINI Cooper - Audi Central Houston

Miko
Houston, Texas
Overall
4.0
Facility
5.0
Process
3.0
Service
5.0
Smaller than the big, overwhelming auto dealers like Texas Direct, but large enough that they still had a decent selection. Found a Mini which is what I was looking for, in excellent condition, lower mileage, and a competitive price. When I got home I noticed a ding in the windshield that I hadn't noticed when test driving; they let me come back and filled all the nicks for free. Whenever I take it back for a car wash, they do it for free!

2008 Acura TSX Sport Wagon -

R
Houston, Texas
Overall
3.0
Facility
4.0
Process
5.0
Quality
4.0
Service
4.0
The Honda Prelude is a first-rate auto, however it's beyond its use by the way of date. Honda and Toyota ninety five onwards are first-class starter autos. Some thing underneath 1995, and it'll be expensive to fix and is over due for a principal refit of all its jogging apparatus and the engine timing belts, which are requiring changing each and every one hundred thousand kilometers. Preludes stopped being built.

2014 Subaru Crosstrek - Gillman Subaru South Houston

JB
Houston, Texas
Overall
5.0
Facility
5.0
Process
5.0
Quality
5.0
Service
5.0
This was our first new car purchase and we had worked with their online sales manager before our arrival to choose the car we wanted. We were overseas for most of our interactions but he was always very prompt in returning our phone calls or emails. The process was easy and I felt like we got a great deal.

2012 MINI Cooper - Momentum Bmw Houston

TES
Houston, Texas
Overall
5.0
Facility
5.0
Process
5.0
Service
5.0
I really liked this dealership because of the salesman, Curtis. He worked with me and was patient. He was willing to work around my busy schedule - when some paperwork needed to be revised and signed again, he drove the paperwork to my house. I drove away from the dealership feeling like I'd made the right choice.

Houston, TX Driving Tips & Experiences

Eli
Houston, TX
Houston, TX Driving Tips
Firstly, compared to the drivers of northern California and western Washington, where I have spent thousands of hours on the road, the drivers in Houston have the worst manners of anywhere I've ever lived. I therefore recommend very defensive driving, as well as resignation to the realities of infre ... (more)
Houston, TX Buying Tips
Due to the aforementioned, nasty road conditions, Houstonians pay significantly more than the national average for car repairs and maintenance, so I think one general consideration is that a car with adequate tire sidewall and suspension travel will last longer. I think the car buying process is sim ... (more)
Favorite Driving Memory
Houston's relatively low cost of living has as much to do with my favorite driving-related memory as anything about its roads or topography. When I moved to Houston (from the San Francisco bay area, where rent runs at about the rate of a villa on Richard Branson's private island), I could finally af ... (more)
Favorite Road
Farm-to-Market routes along Waller-Tomball Road, northwest of Houston proper. - The area meets many criteria for good driving roads. Firstly, while I love driving fast, I do not generally impose my level of risk-acceptance on my fellow drivers, so its low traffic density and good visibility are a must. Additionally, it is rarely patrolled by the local constabulary, which bodes ... (more)
Bekah
Houston, TX
Houston, TX Driving Tips
I would tell drivers to be on the lookout for other drivers in the city. Drivers in Houston are extremely aggressive, and there is thick traffic all throughout the city. I would tell someone to drive defensively, yet be somewhat aggressive otherwise you will never make it driving in this city. Also, ... (more)
Houston, TX Buying Tips
Go to Texas Auto Direct, especially if you are looking to buy a used car. They have the best prices in the city, and are great people to work with. Also, they will give you a fair price for your trade-in.
Favorite Driving Memory
My favorite moment from driving in this city, would be one night out when Highway 99 had just opened and I was driving near sunset. The part of 99 I was on was still empty and desolate so you could see for miles. The sunset was the most amazing sunset I have seen in my life, and as I contented to dr ... (more)
Favorite Road
North Bridgeland Parkway - I really enjoy driving down this road because it is the main road into my parent's neighborhood. The road for me creates a sense of feeling like I am at home, and reminds me that I am close to seeing my family. Beyond the sentimental part of the road, is simply the road itself. The road is not conge ... (more)
Myron
Houston, TX
Houston, TX Driving Tips
The best way to make it through Houston without too much anxiety or danger is to time your travel to avoid rush hours. Also, it is very good if you know the routes that will allow you to avoid the toll roads. The toll roads in Houston do not use cameras to send you your toll in the mail, so if you d ... (more)
Houston, TX Buying Tips
The thing about Texas is that most everyone in Central Texas drives like a maniac and they think that the bigger truck that they have the more important they are, and also the faster they can go and the more obnoxiously they can drive. I suggest two strategies: either buy a really big truck so that ... (more)
Favorite Driving Memory
Driving in Houston is never very fun. I take that back. It can be considered fun or just satisfactory if you get somewhere quickly without too many close calls. My favorite memory would be getting to the airport well ahead of time, i.e., Much sooner than I planned for or would have been considered n ... (more)
Favorite Road
Highway 6 south towards Houston - This bit of highway is great because you can go 70 miles per hour in a three lane highway without too much traffic. So, for a short time before you get to the mess that is Houston traffic, you have a fast and pleasant drive. There are plenty of good restaurants along the way including a really great ... (more)

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