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Discussion in '458 Italia/488' started by cool flash, Aug 8, 2017.
the market has crashed. i just sold my 2010 4k mile 458 for 190k.
I bought my 2011 with 13k miles off a dealer for 165k
I listed my 458 and it sold within 3 weeks. Had many people look at it but as you know it only takes 1 buyer. There were several very similar to mine on the market and still is though
Agree. Although they shouldn't, at least not this much.
Ferraris are getting increasingly versatile and terribly reliable. We tell people to go drive their Ferraris, no one likes a garage queen, and we too clock a lot of smiles behind the wheel of our Ferraris.
And then what do we see? Cars depreciating when compared to one another, for instance, 1 USD per mile or more. Ridiculous.
50k miles on a 308? Yes, that's probably a lot. 50k miles on a 458, 488, F12? Peanuts!
Ferraris today in terms of reliability and versatility are no different than your Mercedes or Audi. So why are miles still the most important factor regarding price?
458 prices will soften before they come up again, but as it has been discussed here on a different topic, it's the slowest depreciating car.
My F355 F1 had to go to the shop about every 2k miles.
360 Spider had to have something fixed at the annual service.
458 spider just needs annual service. 2012 with 28k miles.
yea miles may matter but they don't to me. I drive mine damn near daily.
ur the smart/lucky one! my life doesnt allow me to dd a 458
anyone have access to latest transaction / wholesale pricing? value seems to hold really well
In Europe they stay around K€ 175 very steady ...