Massachusetts offers plenty of reasons to make the move to an electric, hybrid, or plug-in hybrid vehicle. If the state rebates aren’t enough to entice you (along with the available federal tax credits), consider the reserved parking spots for electrics and plug-ins at Logan’s increasingly crowded Central Parking. Plus, there’s always the hours spent commuting every day to nudge you toward a more fuel-efficient set of wheels. The price at the pump may have eased recently, but the days of $1 gallons are gone forever, so read on for a quick guide to buying hybrid and electric cars in MA.
And while there will probably never be a clear victor in this debate, the general consensus is that leasing a car can make a lot of sense for some people, and buying a car makes sense for others. So which camp do you fall into? Let’s see if we can help you figure out whether you should be buying or leasing your new car!
A gorgeous new Volkswagen has never been easier to get your hands on. Colonial is proud to bring the Volkswagen Sign Then Drive lease event to Massachusetts drivers at our three VW locations across the state!
The deals are almost as good as the cars, so don’t get yourself to a Colonial VW dealer and see for yourself how easy it can be to drive away in a new Jetta, Passat, Tiguan or CC.
Whether you’re the proud parent of a Dean’s Lister or you’re hitting the books yourself, a car is key to staying connected to what’s happening back home and to getting to class on-time. So before the rush to get ready for the fall semester, shop Colonial to land some of the best car deals for students in MA.
Save the study time for exam season – we take the legwork out of finding the best student car deals in Massachusetts. We break down deals for you by brand and by school, so keep reading to cut right to the chase.