2003 Dodge Durango
133,901 Miles
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2001 Honda Civic
250,000 Miles
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2002 Pontiac Aztek
220,411 Miles
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2016 Mitsubishi Outlander
32,398 Miles
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2013 Lexus IS 250
72,755 Miles
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2007 Chrysler Aspen
194,000 Miles
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2004 Dodge Ram Pickup 2500
240,000 Miles
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2003 Volkswagen Passat
160,869 Miles
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2004 Ford Ranger
218,123 Miles
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2001 Pontiac Grand Am
152,563 Miles
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2007 Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder
79,532 Miles
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2013 Ford F-150
78,734 Miles
$27,998

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2006 Chevrolet Impala
166,158 Miles
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2009 Ford F-150
54,409 Miles
$18,997

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2005 Chrysler Town and Country
151,000 Miles
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2011 Dodge Avenger
138,584 Miles
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1995 Ford Explorer
225,123 Miles
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2009 Chevrolet Malibu
177,000 Miles
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2004 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
208,145 Miles
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2014 Subaru Impreza
46,395 Miles
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Madison, WI Car Buyer's Guide

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Alfa Romeo GTV6 - Mad City Sales Madison

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They have overpriced vehicles for people with horrible credit histories. It helps that's for sure but it makes the prices so ridiculous.

Madison, WI Driving Tips & Experiences

Stanley
Madison, WI
Madison, WI Driving Tips
Being on an isthmus, getting from one side to another can take a lot of time. In general, Madison isn't crowded so you can get anywhere within half an hour as long as you are not driving during rush hour. What you need to do, and this will probably be decided from where you live, is to pick either t ... (more)
Madison, WI Buying Tips
There are many car dealers on the west side of Madison, over by the Mineral Point Road area and there are more budget and second hand places on the east side of Madison, towards the Warner Park/North side area. Honestly, I haven't bought a car here (I bought mine in my hometown) and don't know anyon ... (more)
Favorite Driving Memory
I remember driving here when I went to a local market and then went to a grocery store and was, looking at a map, would have been able to get to both on a bike. The one connecting road (Milwaukeen St) had construction being done and I ended up being detoured onto a highway and was glad I took my car ... (more)
Favorite Road
John nolen drive - First Madison is a beautiful city on an isthmus (land between two bodies of water), and when you drive on John Nolen you can see both the capital building and both lakes. At one part you actually drive over the part lf the road on John Nolen that divides Monona lake and Monona bay. Also this road co ... (more)
Jeramy
Madison, WI
Madison, WI Driving Tips
Madison is a large city that is spread out more than most so the driving is a little bit more relaxed than driving in Chicago or Milwaukee. You still need to pay careful attention and the downtown area close to the capital and know exactly where you are going and where to turn long before you get to ... (more)
Madison, WI Buying Tips
On the East side of the city, close to East Towne Mall, there are several large reputable dealers. If you are going to live in Madison, consider whether you actually need a car or not. You may like to just ride a bicycle, walk or ride the bus. If you determine that you need a car, consider one that ... (more)
Favorite Driving Memory
We were driving along the Beltline in heavy traffic. A car in front of us changed lanes and since there was not enough room between our car and the truck in front of us, we collided. It took some careful maneuvering to get over to a safe place to stop to exchange information. My husband called the p ... (more)
Favorite Road
Stoughton Road - There are many great locations along this route that spans the whole city. Businesses, restaurants and entertainment of all kinds are available along Stoughton Road. There are also nice neighborhoods and parks. I like Stoughton Road because almost anything a person would want to see or do can be fou ... (more)
Rafael
Madison, WI
Madison, WI Driving Tips
Be aware of students! Madison is a college city, so there are pedestrians and people on scooters everywhere! If you're not paying attention, it is easy to hit someone!
Madison, WI Buying Tips
Because parking can be limited and because the winter weather can be pretty intense, it would be wise to look for smaller, compact car with all-wheel or 4-wheel drive and good tires. Both the East and West sides of town have "tin alleys" or streets with multiple car dealerships, so when you're looki ... (more)
Favorite Driving Memory
The city of Madison is absolutely beautiful. My favorite memory of driving in this city has to be the first time I arrived in Madison. I came up East Washington from I-90. My directions told me to get on West Washington. East and West Washington jut out from the Capital Square. The other streets aro ... (more)
Favorite Road
John Nolen Drive - I absolutely love driving down John Nolen Drive towards the Monona Terrace. Lake Monona is on the right hand side and the Capital building is just ahead to the left. The lakeshore is always bustling with activity --runners and bikers in the spring, summer, and fall and ice fishers in their shanties ... (more)

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