Ferrari 458 depreciation




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    I've always loved the and have settled on it. I suspect they will not have reached the bottom of their depreciation curve in that time.

    Ferrari 458 depreciation

    Ferrari 458 depreciation

    Dec 11, 60 Australia. You'll also probably forget what is depreciation. Around me, prices are going nowhere, they remain firm and steady on some sort of plateau. Sep 11, 1, Unspecified Full Name:

    Ferrari 458 depreciation

    Ferrari 458 depreciation

    Ferrari 458 depreciation

    Ferrari 458 depreciation

    Ferrari 458 depreciation

    Depreciation: McLaren vs Ferrari - McLaren Life

    I own a Ferrari and a McLaren. From the Ferrari community I always hear a very central statement: McLaren, outstanding cars, but the depreciation is terrible. I have just studied the Swiss market in this regard, the following snapshot I made: The Ferrari supply is significantly higher, but obviously also the demand.

    However, I think the depreciation is more or less balanced to the 12C and S. The is surprising me, already so many cars in the used market? Do I see a disaster on the horizon for the owners? Although the prices are still high, the relatively high LT supply is surprising me.

    Ferrari 458 depreciation

    Got some speculators cold feet? Originally Posted by Iron5 View Post. If you decide before you make the purchase that you really want to drive the car a lot, then you know even the Ferrari will significantly depreciate because of the mileage.

    Then it's more of a level playing field, and I would argue the McLaren owner experience is much nicer because you don't have to deal with the peculiarities of obtaining and servicing Ferrari.

    Ferrari 458 depreciation

    That's for purchasing a new car. For the used car buyer, the relative advantage to McLaren is even stronger, because the car's already depreciated like crazy, and racking up miles yourself won't really drive the price down that much more. Then again, some people really like telling other people that they own a Ferrari. I think some value that even more than actually driving the car, just judging by how little they drive them. Kamran , ZombiePhysicist , J1n and 1 others like this.

    Craigy and Iron5 like this. New Britain is offline. Don't forget to compare mileage. If the average has much lower miles, then it's not a very accurate comparison. There was a very specific issue with the LT, after McLaren Automotive kind-of forgot to mention that the limited edition of " only" cars was actually going to be more than If they had stuck to , prices today would be considerably higher.

    I am becoming a bit disillusioned with McLaren. Are they a take your money and run company? No doubt I will find out in due course. There are a couple of lengthy, detailed threads about the incident and related incidents here on this site. You might want to read them and draw your own conclusions. Any links, save me trawling through? Originally Posted by noone2 View Post. Swiss market has always worked a little different and you have to look at multiple markets to get an idea.

    Ferrari 458 depreciation

    For instance, in the UK, Pistonheads is a good website to use to compare the market. I don't think the view that Ferrari keeps its value better is difficult to support as a general rule. That can always change, of course. A simple matter of demand and supply. Iron5, quote function not working for your post on price comparison You see no differences? To my eye, the difference is that, for the same approximate price, the Ferrari one would be buying has a lot more mileage than the comparable McLaren.

    Considering the penalty that normally comes with greater mileage on "supercars", plus Ferrari's reputation for building perhaps not the most robust cars on the planet, I think that makes a clear difference in aftermarket prices when adjusted to like-for-like.

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