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960 Worcester Rd
Directions Natick, MA 01760

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Honda Dealer Serving Boston MA | New & Used Cars | Bernardi Honda in Natick

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Boston, MA

Bernardi Honda in Natick serves Boston, MA, and the greater New England area by providing a great selection of new and pre-owned Honda models, including service, repairs, parts and finance options. If you're looking for one of the leading Honda dealership serving the New England area, then look no further than Bernardi Honda in Natick!



About Bernardi Honda in Natick near Boston, MA

Come enjoy a dealership experience unlike any other, with service and selection second to none, at Bernardi Honda in Natick! Bernardi has been selling and servicing Honda automobiles for over 40 years, and we are proud to be the recipient of the prestigious Honda President's Award several times. Come discover why we are two of the leading Honda dealerships serving New England.

At our dealership, we take a lot of pride in providing an environment where our customers can shop confidently and comfortable, and we have a long-standing reputation for offering fantastic service along with the finest product. When you shop at Bernardi Honda in Natick, you’ll discover such conveniences as:

  • Central Location on Route 9 Near the Mass Pike and Route 27
  • Quick and Easy Car-Buying Experience
  • Shop Over 600 Vehicles
  • Free Starbucks
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Business Center
  • Child's Play Area
  • Home to Highest Number of Master Certified Honda Techs in New England
  • Complimentary Pickup and Drop-Off Courtesy Shuttles
  • Two Comfortable Waiting Areas with Television
  • Central Location on Route 9 Near the Mass Pike and Route 27
  • Quick and Easy Car-Buying Experience
  • Shop Over 600 Vehicles
  • Free Starbucks
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Business Center
  • Child's Play Area
  • Home to Highest Number of Master Certified Honda Techs in New England
  • Complimentary Pickup and Drop-Off Courtesy Shuttles
  • Two Comfortable Waiting Areas with Television
About Boston, MA

Boston is one of the oldest cities in the United States and is rich with history. Its history began in the 1630s when the first settlement was established by Puritans who had fled religious and political persecution in Europe. Boston was later named by Massachusetts' first deputy-governor, Thomas Dudley. Dudley named the city after his hometown of Boston, Lincolnshire, England. And soon residents were known as “Bostonians.” Today, Boston stands as the largest city in the state, home to 4.7 million residents. And there's enough arts, culture and education to go around for everyone. Come discover the amazing people, places and things this beautiful and historic city has to offer!

Main Attractions
  • Museum of Fine Arts Boston: One of the leading art museums in the country, the Boston Museum of Fine Arts excels in its collections of Impressionist paintings, ancient Egyptian treasures, Asian and Persian fine arts, and works from ancient Greece and the Middle East.
  • New England Aquarium: Overlooking the waterfront, the New England Aquarium features more than 20,000 fish and aquatic animals representing over 550 species.
  • John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum: Dedicated to the memory of the thirty-fifth U.S. President, the museum is the official national memorial to JFK, designed by noted architect I.M. Pei and opened in 1979.
Notable Landmarks
  • Fenway Park: Known as "America's Most Beloved Ballpark", Fenway Park is one of the most fabled sports complexes in the country, and even if you're not a sports fan, a tour of it is both fun and interesting.
  • Faneuil Hall: Known as the "cradle of liberty," Faneuil Hall was built in 1740-42 by Huguenot merchant Peter Faneuil as a market hall and presented to the city on condition that it should always be open to the public.
  • Beacon Hill: One of Boston's most beautiful neighborhoods and right in the center of the city, the south side of Beacon Hill has traditionally been the home of Boston's "old money" families, known locally as "Brahmins."