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Discussion in 'United Kingdom' started by 360CS, Mar 28, 2004.
2002 360 Spider will soon need a new Home
Anyone on hear interested??
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If you're selling at half market value you might have a buyer
John...Shall I just giveyou the thing????????? Get it out the garage !!
haha, you could still get 110-120k for it no problem. But I guess knowing it's staying in the ferrarichat ''family'' and going to a good home could be worth more than that?
Nice Stradale for sale at Maranello's for £137k. Took a look yesterday.
****, that seems it may have lost a good deal of money already
The car is posted on their website as well with the full spec. It is a 3000 mile car and looks very clean other than a couple of very minor chips in front.
Whats the spec ..James???
Best to look at www.maranellosales.com and filter for 360 CS
Exterior Colour: Rosso Corsa
Leather Colour: Rosso
Carpet Colour: N/A
First Registered: 21/10/2003
Number of Owners: One
Additional Specification: Red calipers, black stitching, Navtrack with ADR
Seats are toilet, 3000 miles , I wander what they would give for it??? 125k max...
How do you make that out? Seems pretty close to list (including options) by my estimation- it's not very high spec.
I wonder how much it'd cost to change those seats in the CS ?
well, one thing for sure, dealing with marranellos your going to lose shed loads anyway. They offered me 50K in a px when the SAME car SAME condition (superb) same year in thier showroom was £21,000 more!!
So be aware if you buy a car from there you will pay!
The spec kevin was a risky choice on that car Red leather is not everyones cup of tea..
Not mine anyhow...I make the car list price ...and its not open to negotiation either!!!
Talked to Marenello today, the car is up at list price so it's not lost a pile as I thought it might have done.
What has lost a pile is my BMW M3 CSL - £58k in October 2003, 2500 miles and tday it's worth around £45k. Boy do I like chucking money out of the window!!!
I think you may see some changes there!!!!!!
The CSL seems to be particularly badly hit in the s/h market. £20k over the standard car seems to be too much for the market to bear. My 03/03 (£6k miles) M3 convertible appears only to have lost about £5 in a year, even at trade prices.
Beat this for chucking money away...
My BMW 740i sport new in Feb '00 72k
Bought by me in Feb '02 33k
Value Feb '04 16k
Now thats a whole bucket of Money!!! Whoooooooow!!
911 Turbo, 11 months old, 5,500 miles new £90 K, offered £76K by official dealer from whom I originally purchased the car. They also refused to SOR the car as they had done previously. Nice.
But the ultimate has to be the RS6. Luckily I got out of mine when I heard the production run wasn't limited and only dropped £2k from new after 8 months. Now they will even beat the CSL for crushing residuals, though at least you could drive it below 8 degrees and in the wet!
I can beat those easily... Porsche 996 GT2, value £112K .. 9 months later, dealers were offering me no more than £80K for it.
How can these people justify the New price..Its criminal..but we continue to buy
I paid £37k for a BMW Sport Coupe with all the extras. Was offered £22k 18 months later against a used M3. Nuts to that.
I guess a lot of it comes down to the VAT paid on a new car, which quickly disappears unless you're very lucky, so goodbye 17.5% of new price almost immediately.
The moral of this story is;
1. With a few notable exceptions, don't buy a new car if you don't want depreciation.
2. Don't sell to a dealer, as they will need to warranty, prep and profit.
3. Don't buy a top a top spec 'power muscled' version of a run of the mill brand ( BMW/Audi), with no production limit, and don't over spec.
As regards the 'don't sell to a dealer', that's fine, but you will have every 'max power' nut in your area trying to test drive the car, aswell as the massive hassle of actually obtaining serious money in a secure form.
Personally, I would not consider spending over £ 80K on a super car with a private individual. Once out of the dealer loop, it can be difficult to re-sell back in. You'll lose now or later... hobsons choice.