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

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Bridgewater, MA

Bernardi Honda in Natick serves Bridgewater, 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 Bridgewater, 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:

  • Largest Honda Dealership for Parts and Accessories in All of New England
  • Largest Certified Pre-Owned Honda Dealership in New England
  • 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
  • Largest Honda Dealership for Parts and Accessories in All of New England
  • Largest Certified Pre-Owned Honda Dealership in New England
  • 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 Bridgewater, MA

Bridgewater lies along the Taunton River in Plymouth County and was one of the first interior towns of Massachusetts. It was founded by Love Brewster, a passenger of the Plymouth in 1656. Today Bridgewater is a growing community of approximately 27,000 and serves as home to Bridgewater State University - a premier public university of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The charming and residential town is nested in a beautiful, natural setting with a state forest, town forest and several conservation areas. It's most prominent features are its historic character and unique landscaping. Located just 25 minutes south of Boston, Bridgewater offers diverse activities but maintains a friendly, small-town atmosphere.

Main Attractions
  • Bridgewater State University's Family Performing Arts Center: Aims to bring high-quality, family-centered arts programming to the BSU campus, thus making the university a cultural hub for the Southeastern Massachusetts community.
  • Christmas on the Commons: Annual holiday event that's held directly on the Bridgewater Town Common. Bring the family to meet Santa Claus and Mrs. Claus, get your photo taken, go on a Pony ride with Ponies for Parties, listen to holiday music, eat and much more.
Notable Landmarks
  • Old Scotland Links: Founded in 1997, Olde Scotland Links is an 18 hole championship public course. It was designed by renowned architect Brian Silvia for both strategy and playability. Short 25 minute drive from Boston.
  • Bridgewater Iron Works: Located on High Street along the banks of the Town River. By the mid-19th century, the Bridgewater Iron Manufacturing Company was one of the largest iron works in the United States, specializing in heavy castings and forgings. It is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Plymouth County, Massachusetts.