Top Used Cars for Sale in Washington, DC, Savings from $2,929

2014 Volkswagen Beetle
25,828 Miles | Temple Hills, MD
$17,990
est. $259/mo

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2011 Chevrolet Cruze
133,999 Miles | Brentwood, MD
$7,000
est. $101/mo

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2008 Kia Sportage
120,550 Miles | Brentwood, MD
$4,800
est. $69/mo

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2010 Chevrolet Equinox
148,000 Miles | Brentwood, MD
$7,000
est. $101/mo

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2002 Toyota Sienna
171,366 Miles | Brentwood, MD
$3,500
est. $50/mo

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2011 Ford Ranger
196,000 Miles | Brentwood, MD
$7,500
est. $108/mo

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2005 Lexus RX 330
116,510 Miles | Brentwood, MD
$9,000
est. $130/mo

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2005 Acura TL
184,000 Miles | Brentwood, MD
$5,000
est. $72/mo

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2008 Nissan Xterra
149,000 Miles | Brentwood, MD
$7,500
est. $108/mo

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2009 Dodge Ram Pickup 1500
150,976 Miles | Brentwood, MD
$8,000
est. $115/mo

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2003 Ford Ranger
162,458 Miles | Brentwood, MD
$6,000
est. $86/mo

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2007 Honda Odyssey
202,532 Miles | Brentwood, MD
$4,000
est. $58/mo

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2006 Acura TL
141,000 Miles | Brentwood, MD
$6,000
est. $86/mo

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2004 Hyundai Santa Fe
129,695 Miles | Brentwood, MD
$4,500
est. $65/mo

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2011 Hyundai Elantra
90,525 Miles | Brentwood, MD
$7,000
est. $101/mo

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2005 BMW 3 Series
171,361 Miles | Brentwood, MD
$4,500
est. $65/mo

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2005 Toyota RAV4
166,444 Miles | Brentwood, MD
$5,500
est. $79/mo

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2004 Volkswagen Passat
157,252 Miles | Brentwood, MD
$4,500
est. $65/mo

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2009 Toyota Corolla
153,015 Miles | Brentwood, MD
$6,000
est. $86/mo

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2008 Toyota RAV4
190,097 Miles | Brentwood, MD
$6,500
est. $94/mo

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Washington, DC Driving Tips & Experiences

Masao
Washington, DC
Washington, DC Driving Tips
Despite the traffic and aggressive drivers, bicyclists, and pedestrians, don't be afraid to go slow and take your time. Concentrate on your surroundings. If you can, avoid traffic circles because they can be confusing. That's easier said than done. Numbered streets run north and south, lettered stre ... (more)
Washington, DC Buying Tips
The suburbs is generally where people go to purchase cars. I only specifically know of many dealerships in the Virginia side. It goes without saying but do plenty of homework on the internet, checking prices and models, before venturing in to a dealership where they tend to oversell you.
Favorite Driving Memory
My favorite memory of driving in Washington DC is, generally speaking, back from my teens and very early twenties. After a long night of dancing at the clubs in DC it was always nice to step out of the club, away from the booming sounds of dance music, and into my car on a relaxing drive back home w ... (more)
Favorite Road
George Washington Memorial Parkway - Traffic gets really bad on the parkway but, when it's not congested, it's a very scenic drive that follows the Potomac River on the Virginia side. The road is tree lined with various scene spots that one could stop on to admire the views. The road frequently curves along with the landscape. It's par ... (more)
Lori
Washington, DC
Washington, DC Driving Tips
Plan extra driving time into your itinerary if you are going on a weekday. During the week, driving in D.C. Is a very slow-going affair. You are actually better off taking Metro on the weekdays, because your commute will only be nominally shorter should you take your car. Even walking is faster than ... (more)
Washington, DC Buying Tips
Many of the city's inhabitants go out to the suburbs to shop or hang out because there is simply more out there. You will probably want something fuel efficient and not too large. Having a compact car or even a standard size sedan comes in handy when you want to squeeze into a lane or into a tight p ... (more)
Favorite Driving Memory
My favorite memory from driving in D.C. Is driving along the George Washington Parkway with my friends to see "The Book of Mormon" at the Kennedy Center. This is a beautiful, wooded stretch of highway that leads you into D.C. From the suburbs. On the weekends, it is generally pretty easy driving as ... (more)
Favorite Road
Connecticut Avenue - This road will take you from the Maryland suburbs through some of the best places in D.C., Including Cleveland Park and the Uptown cinema, the National Zoo, Dupont Circle, and into the heart of the governmental district.
Tamatha
Washington, DC
Washington, DC Driving Tips
Never expect other people to know how to drive. Nobody uses their turn signals, everyone tailgates, and the best you can do to avoid an accident is assume that every single car will screw up somehow. That soccer mom's minivan to your right? She WILL merge right into you without signaling. That sport ... (more)
Washington, DC Buying Tips
Don't bother buying from anyone but a dealer. If you try to pick up a car second hand. If you're lucky, that car has only been involved in one accident.
Favorite Driving Memory
It's Sunday morning on 495. Surprisingly there are no other cars on the roadway except for me and a Honda in front. Of course, the Honda is going at a blazingly fast 40 miles per hour in the left lane. I am nowhere near this vehicle, but from about five car-lengths away, I can see the rear headlight ... (more)
Favorite Road
None of them. - The ICC toll road is the greatest road to drive because nobody uses it. Any roadway with the least density of metro area drivers is the greatest road of all time.

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