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Used car dealer near Glen Ridge, NJ

Used cars, trucks, and SUV dealership near Glen Ridge, NJ

Glen Ridge, New Jersey, is a picturesque small town renowned for its tranquil community ambiance and historic charm. Nestled in Essex County, it covers an area of 1.3 square miles and boasts a population of approximately 7,500. Glen Ridge is distinguished by its vintage gas lamps, lining the streets and illuminating its well-preserved Victorian-era homes, thereby creating a quaint and serene aesthetic unique to the town. It offers easy access to New York City via public transportation, making it a popular residential area for those seeking a suburban retreat. High-quality public schools, an engaged community, and diverse local amenities, including parks, a library, and a museum, further enhance the lifestyle in Glen Ridge.

Luxury Motor Cars is a used car dealer serving Glen Ridge, NJ and surrounding communities

  1. Head west on Argyle St toward Highland Ave (443 ft)
  2. Turn left onto Highland Ave (0.2 mi)
  3. Turn left onto Bloomfield Ave
    Pass by AAMCO Transmissions & Total Car Care (on the right in 0.7 mi)
    (1.1 mi)
  4. Turn right onto John F Kennedy Dr S (0.2 mi)
  5. Slight right onto the Garden State Parkway ramp
    Toll road
    (0.3 mi)
  6. Merge onto Garden State Pkwy S
    Toll road
    (5.9 mi)
  7. Take exit 142A for Interstate 78 E toward New Jersey Turnpike/Newark International Airport (0.8 mi)
  8. Merge onto I-78 E (0.8 mi)
  9. Take exit 54 toward Hillside N (0.2 mi)
  10. Take the ramp to Winans Ave (118 ft)
  11. Turn left onto Winans Ave (0.6 mi)
  12. Turn right onto Maple Ave (0.3 mi)
  13. Turn left onto Hillside Ave (233 ft)
  14. Turn right onto Harding Terrace (459 ft)
  15. Turn right onto US-22 W
    Destination will be on the right
    (0.2 mi)

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