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BMW 2016 7 Series
2016 BMW 7 Series 740i
68,178 Miles
Seattle, WA
581
days on market
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581
days on market
$28,898
Land Rover 2016 Range Rover Evoque
2016 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque SE
55,022 Miles
Seattle, WA
581
days on market
17%
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581
days on market
$27,990
Cadillac 2016 Escalade
2016 Cadillac Escalade Premium Collection
58,225 Miles
Seattle, WA
581
days on market
8%
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581
days on market
$46,800
BMW 2020 X7
2020 BMW X7 M50i
69,884 Miles
Seattle, WA
12
days on market
13%
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12
days on market
$47,999
Volvo 2022 S60
2022 Volvo S60 B5 Momentum
70,389 Miles
Seattle, WA
12
days on market
32%
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12
days on market
$27,999
Volvo 2019 XC60
2019 Volvo XC60 T5 Momentum
58,068 Miles
Seattle, WA
12
days on market
11%
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12
days on market
$25,999
MINI 2012 Cooper
2012 MINI Cooper Base
57,358 Miles
Seattle, WA
44
days on market
20%
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44
days on market
$10,999
Chevrolet 2018 Equinox
2018 Chevrolet Equinox Premier
134,505 Miles
Seattle, WA
21
days on market
16%
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21
days on market
$12,999
BMW 2021 2 Series
2021 BMW 2 Series 228i xDrive Gran Coupe
15,038 Miles
Seattle, WA
31
days on market
8%
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31
days on market
$29,995
BMW 2021 3 Series
2021 BMW 3 Series 330e xDrive
15,780 Miles
Seattle, WA
40
days on market
4%
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40
days on market
$37,999
BMW 2021 3 Series
2021 BMW 3 Series 330i xDrive
28,925 Miles
Seattle, WA
45
days on market
7%
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45
days on market
$36,999
Mercedes-Benz 2020 GLE
2020 Mercedes-Benz GLE GLE 350 4MATIC
47,858 Miles
Seattle, WA
67
days on market
19%
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67
days on market
$35,888
BMW 2023 4 Series
2023 BMW 4 Series M440i xDrive
5,388 Miles
Seattle, WA
45
days on market
8%
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45
days on market
$69,995
BMW 2020 3 Series
2020 BMW 3 Series M340i xDrive
33,030 Miles
Seattle, WA
12
days on market
1%
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12
days on market
$46,999
BMW 2023 X4
2023 BMW X4 xDrive30i
35,023 Miles
Seattle, WA
67
days on market
7%
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67
days on market
$39,888
BMW 2019 X7
2019 BMW X7 xDrive40i
80,503 Miles
Seattle, WA
33
days on market
6%
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33
days on market
$41,995
BMW 2021 X6
2021 BMW X6 xDrive40i
37,485 Miles
Seattle, WA
58
days on market
1%
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58
days on market
$56,995
BMW 2009 5 Series
2009 BMW 5 Series 535i
123,329 Miles
Seattle, WA
2
days on market
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2
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Jeep 2017 Cherokee
2017 Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk
67,550 Miles
Seattle, WA
7
days on market
11%
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7
days on market
$18,999
Volkswagen 2021 Atlas Cross Sport
2021 Volkswagen Atlas Cross Sport V6 SEL Premium 4Motion
50,650 Miles
Seattle, WA
67
days on market
11%
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67
days on market
$27,888

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9%
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Rex
Rex
Seattle, WA
Seattle, WA Driving Tips
I think that driving in hill-top roads or lakeside roads is the way to go when you're in the city. It gives you maximum views, and most of the time there's less traffic. Everyone tend to use main roads instead of the back-roads. If you take the hill-top roads, usually you get some amazing views when you're on top, or when you're on the valley its great to see how steep the roads are. When you're on the lakeside roads, its kind of self-explanatory how awesome these are. The clear water of Seattle is just something to be experienced. Also these roads would lead you to some interesting bridge architecture that are arguable engineering marvels, such as the two floating bridges of Lake Washington, which I think are very rare in the world. We also have a few of those bridges that go up when boats that are too big are going under, the Fremont Bridge, Ballard Bridge and the University bridge. Just make sure to be careful when you're driving in the snow. Seattle doesn't get enough snow for our drivers to know how to drive in them. The hills also add a challenge, so basically the whole city shuts down when it snows.
Seattle, WA Buying Tips
I think that a lot of people use craigslist to get a car in the city. I am not a very good driver and I can't drive stick, but I've always heard from my friends and family that it is not a good idea to be driving stick shift in this city because of all the hills. I would also advice to consider parking, it's hard to find parking in the city, unless you're willing to pay $10 per hour in a car garage. Because of this, it's more convenient to buy a small car that would fit in small city spaces. It's so much easier to park, and it's easier to find small spots. I use car2go sometimes, it's a car sharing service and It's a great seemingly inexpensive way to get around the city, but don't use it during traffic hour since they charge per hour. I also don't like big cars or SUVs because I know that I'm not a good driver and the city is filled with runners, walkers and bikers and I'm always terrified of accidentally hurting anyone. I feel that this dilemma is better dealt with if I'm driving a car that can't hurt anyone. I'd rather be the one to get hurt if I was in a collision rather than hurting other people, but that might just be me.
Favorite driving memory
I really like how green it is here. There are trees everywhere and it makes the urban environment feel more homey, and less busy. It's surrounded by water, so the view is always beautiful. One of the amazing things about driving in this city are the variations of elevations in each neighborhood. The hills and valleys make up for beautiful views and interesting landscape. Add all of that up, trees, hills, and water, each road seem to have their own character. Also, even if it is such an urban area, other drivers are very polite. Maybe its the Pacific Northwest state of mind but, four-way-stops are weird in this area because instead of following rules, in smaller intersections its almost a routine to let other drivers go. It's a kind of driving dance only Pacific-Northwesterners would understand. The past few years also welcomed more bike lanes and smart cars like the one I have, and so much construction, these add more variables when driving, and reminds you how urban the city really is even if its peppered with greeneries.
Favorite road
Lake Washington Blvd. I just love driving around Lake Washington coming from the Arboretum around the Madison Park Area all the way down to Renton's Boeing Field. When I was in high school, this was the route I take coming from home (Seward Park area) to my school (Franklin High School). This area seems more peaceful and have less traffic there are hardly any traffic stops or four-way stops. Now, I go here because I worked around the Madison Park Area. But I like the peacefulness of the Lake next to you. I also like the view of the floating bridges, both I-90 and 520. I like looking across the lake to Mercer Island and the Eastside and dreaming of one-day owning a waterfront house there. Or looking at the hill-top houses of Leschi and Mt Baker. Now 10 years after high school, this drive also offers nostalgic moments of reminiscing skipping class to go to the Lake, finding a quiet dock and just dreaming about life. It's always clean, and the trees offer welcoming scenery during the day, and mysterious shade at night.
Lelia
Lelia
Seattle, WA
Seattle, WA Driving Tips
The roads here are more congested now that bike lakes have taken over everywhere. If you used to live here but haven't been in Seattle for a few years, please allow for both extra time to get anywhere, as well as extra space for the increase in bike traffic.
Seattle, WA Buying Tips
There are three areas that tend to have a great deal of dealerships close together. The Roosevelt district, Lake City (likely the largest of the three), and then farther south, in Renton. Personally, we have gone to Renton, as the dealers there all seem to be able to make time to meet and arrange for test driving sessions, as well as pre-selecting cars you might be interested in if you call ahead and give them some basic parameters. I'd also suggest that you have a method of financing set up ahead of time. Often the deals they offer are good, but your credit union may be able to beat it.
Favorite driving memory
A few years ago I was attempting to drive home from my job in West Seattle. In order to do this, I had two main choices at the time. I could either get on the West Seattle Bridge and take it until I got to the Highway 99 on ramp, or go a bit farther and get onto Interstate 5. Getting to the Roosevelt area would be quicker with I-5, but typical for Seattle then (and worse now), for every 15 minutes I'd leave after 3, the extra 2-3 minutes I'd add to my commute. On this particular day, I decided to try 99, as I was running late. This was before the downtown construction and underground tunnel digging began. So I began to get onto 99 and got about a half mile before everything there came to a standstill. It turns out that there was a police incident there, with a shooter apparently involved. So while on a good day, taking 99 would give me great views of Puget Sound, downtown Seattle, Space Needle, and Pike Place Market, here I was in absolute gridlock. I decided to take advantage of the fact that there are plenty of downtown exits, and took the next one, parking for an hour or so and watching the same mess that I was just in slowly dissipate.
Favorite road
Sand Point Way, from 45th ave NE to Lake City.. Normally the traffic is light, and the road passes by lots of trees and natural habitat. I have seen Bald Eagles, Blue Herons, ducks, geese, songbirds and woodpeckers with regularity while driving this road. It also passes by two parks and a beach, so if I get the itch, I can take a quick jaunt there as well. Given this road is close to where I live, that makes it better.
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