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Volvo Cars Wellesley

962 Worcester Street Directions Wellesley, MA 02482

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VOLVO DEALER SERVING WELLESLEY, MA

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Wellesley, MA

Volvo Cars of Wellesley serves Wellesley, MA, and the greater New England area by providing a great selection of new and pre-owned Volvo models, including service, repairs, parts and finance options. If you are searching for a dealership that treats each customer like family, then look no further than Volvo Cars of Wellesley!



About Volvo Cars of Wellesley near Wellesley, MA

When you shop at our Volvo dealership, you can always expect us to provide you with a hassle-free car shopping experience, including no-haggle pricing. Our team is highly knowledgeable on every Volvo model, and we treat each customer like family. Stop by today for a test-drive and join the family. It's Bernardi for Now...Bernardi for Life!

At our dealership, we are dedicated to providing our customers with a first-rate dealership experience that's second to none. When you shop at Volvo Cars of Wellesley, you'll discover such conveniences as:

  • Highly Knowledgeable on Every Volvo Model
  • Hassle-Free Car Shopping
  • No-Haggle Pricing
  • Free Car Wash When You Test-Drive a New Volvo
  • Comfortable Lounge Area with Flatscreen TV
  • Online Appointment Scheduling
  • Complimentary Shuttle Service
  • Get Your Car Repaired Right the First Time
  • Complimentary Car Wash with Each Service Visit
  • Free Volvo Software Updates
  • Expertly Trained Technicians
  • Highly Knowledgeable on Every Volvo Model
  • Hassle-Free Car Shopping
  • No-Haggle Pricing
  • Free Car Wash When You Test-Drive a New Volvo
  • Comfortable Lounge Area with Flatscreen TV
  • Online Appointment Scheduling
  • Complimentary Shuttle Service
  • Get Your Car Repaired Right the First Time
  • Complimentary Car Wash with Each Service Visit
  • Free Volvo Software Updates
  • Expertly Trained Technicians
About Wellesley, MA

From cultural activities and historical sites to recreational opportunities and weekend festivities, Wellesley has it all. It was more than 350 years ago when the area was first settled. Since then, the city has been built on a foundation to provide each and every citizen with immeasurable value: land, the beauty of nature, and the rare treasure of a community truly pledged to cooperation and unity. And after hundreds of years, today's residents still feel a strong sense of pride and satisfaction toward their home. The celebration of such pride began with the 1981 Centennial Celebration-a year-long discovery of Wellesley which brought a new sense of awareness of its history, a new enjoyment of its present, and a renewed commitment to its future. When you live in or visit Wellesley, MA, you'll benefit from so many community resources and natural beauties. Come discover even more this vibrant and historically rich city has to offer.

Main Attractions
  • Wellesley College: Wellesley College was built in 1870 and has beautiful landscaping, architecture, greenhouses and theaters that you can visit. The buildings are mostly of the contemporary and gothic style and the campus is home to Lake Waban.
  • Wellesley's Wonderful Weekend: Scheduled for a weekend in May each year, the festivities include a pancake breakfast, a military decampment re-enactment, musical performances and a parade featuring the local schools, antique cars, local politicians, army tanks and more.
  • Boston Marathon: Each Patriot's Day in April runners traverse the course from Hopkinton to Boston, hitting Wellesley smack dab in the middle. More than three miles of the course wind through Wellesley, including Wellesley Square, Wellesley Hills and the infamous scream tunnel fueled by Wellesley College students.
Notable Landmarks
  • Water Hunnewell Arboretum: Features more than 500 species of woody plants covering a 22-acre area. The property is a former estate, dating back to 1843. The original estate owner, whom the arboretum is named after, planted species from around the world and had more than 2,000 trees imported from England to include in his gardens.
  • Walking/Hiking Trails: Woven into the town's neighborhoods and streets are 25-plus miles of wooded trails, including Centennial Reservation, which offers access to Maugus Hill, the highest point in town. The Wellesley Trails Committee hosts guided walks on the trails during the spring and fall.
  • The Dump: More formally known as the Recycling and Disposal Facility, the dump is used for making the most of residents' refuse. Many a home in Wellesley is furnished with items plucked from the give-and-take section manned by volunteers and popular among residents, including antiques dealers.
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