12 Cars You Can Get For Under $10,000 Right Now In Montreal

They may not be dream cars but they will get you from A to B in a hurry.
12 Cars You Can Get For Under $10,000 Right Now In Montreal

Have you ever been stuck waiting for a bus to get from point A to point B? Yeah, not very fun. It's even worse during the cold season, and now that winter is right around the corner here, you definitely want to avoid that scenario! I mean hey, no one likes chapped lips and a runny nose, especially if you're heading in to work.

So what's my solution? Investing in a car.

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I know what you're thinking... "Ana, cars are expensive, do I look like Beyonce/Jay Z?"

I see you're point. Yes, some cars can be a little out of our price range, but I did a some digging and I found VERY affordable options (yes, they are real) for young professionals like us! Our good friends over at Spinelli Group hooked us up with a list of cars that you can get your hands on for under $10,000 ASAP rocky. You can thank us later.

Honda Fit LX 2008$7,855

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KIA Soul 2010$9,998

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Mazda 6 GS 2010$6,968

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Toyota Yaris 2007$4,520

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Honda Civic EX-L 2008$9,098

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Honda Civic DX-G 2009$5,190

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Toyota Echo LE 2004$4,780

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Toyota Matrix 2006$3,991

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Mazda 3 GT 2008$5,995

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Toyota RAV4 2010$9,995

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KIA Rio LX 2013$9,978

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Toyota Camry Hybrid 2007$6,365

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I heard it's going to be a pretty cold winter so you might want to put those savings to good use. And if you already have a car, you can also exchange it at Spinelli's and they will pay you top dollar for it!

Visit Spinelli's website for the complete list of cars from their Honda, Mazda, Toyotas, Kia and Nissan stores! Happy Browsing!

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