See the New 2016 Nissan Maxima at Colonial Nissan

2016 Nissan Maxima Event in Boston MAColonial Nissan of Medford is the first Boston dealership to showcase the all-new 2016 Nissan Maxima – and you’re invited!

Join us in Medford on Tuesday, May 12 from 6:30 to 8:30 PM to be one of the first Massachusetts drivers to get a sneak-peek at the new Maxima. Plus, you’ll have the opportunity to learn about its new cutting-edge features and design, ask our Nissan experts all about our new vehicles, and test drive one of our 2015 vehicles.

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Colonial Wins Dealer of the Year Awards for Third Straight Year

MA Car Dealers of the YearFor the third year running, Colonial Volkswagen of Westborough and Colonial Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram of Hudson are Dealers of the Year.

Thanks to our fantastic customers, our dealerships beat out competition from across Massachusetts to secure their third consecutive DealerRater awards. We work hard to ensure our customers drive home happy every time, and our reviews on DealerRater over the past three years stand as a testament to our commitment to superior customer service.

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Movember at Cityside Subaru

citysidesubaru_e_a003061871_567_319_highestQualityColonial’s Cityside Subaru in Belmont is joining the fight against cancer! The dealership’s sales department is participating in Movember, and will donate a portion of the proceeds from every new and used car sold this month to the Movember Foundation to promote early cancer detection, diagnosis, and effective treatment.

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13 Wicked Good Boston Movies

Thanks to Movie Fone, we’re able to present you with a breakdown of the top 13 Boston movies of all time.

Cover of "The Friends of Eddie Coyle"

Cover of The Friends of Eddie Coyle

As Gabrielle Dunn wrote:

There’s a big difference between a movie simply set in Boston and a truly genuine “Boston movie.

Beantown natives and film buffs can easily spot a movie with enough Boston flair to color every aspect of the film. Some examples include the crime thriller ‘The Departed’ or the crime thriller ‘The Boondock Saints’ or the crime thriller ‘Mystery Street’ or … you get the idea.

That means that movies set in Boston, like this year’s ‘The Social Network’ or the Harvard comedy ‘Legally Blonde,’ don’t count here. (Sadly, the author’s personal favorite — the unintentionally campy ‘Southie: Toughest Neighborhood in America’ — had to be cut, too.)

With that said, on to the list!

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