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F430 list price

Discussion in '360/430' started by rossi, Sep 29, 2004.

  1. rossi

    rossi Formula Junior

    Feb 6, 2004
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    just read in a German car magazine: F430 F1 base price 152.500 Euro.

    (360 F1 was something about 136.200)
     
  2. 911Fan

    911Fan Formula 3

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    I guessed $185K for an F1 coupe a few months ago on this board. Looks like I wasn't far off!

    However, I think the Dollar will sink even more relative to the Euro so the US price will be even higher by the time deliveries start. Maybe 200K for a reasonably optioned F1 coupe...
     
  3. hardsports

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    Not to mention the gas guzzler tax and the luxury tax that will be added. I'm expecting to have to spend about $210 when it's all said and done.
     
  4. hardtop

    hardtop F1 World Champ

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    Luxury tax is history.
     
  5. SSNISTR

    SSNISTR F1 Veteran

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    Says who? As far as I know it's still here, and not going anywhere.
     
  6. Schatten

    Schatten F1 World Champ
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    as of Jan 1st, 2003, it is no more.
     
  7. SSNISTR

    SSNISTR F1 Veteran

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    Then why did the sticker on the Enzo I saw a few weeks back have it listed?
    It was a few grand....
     
  8. andybm3

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    That was a gas guzzler tax not luxury tax, all Ferrari's have it.
     
  9. Testacojones

    Testacojones F1 Veteran

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    A Ferrari salesman just told me yesterday to expect anything from $190,000 to $195,000 for a base price car.
     
  10. bboxer

    bboxer Formula Junior

    Aug 6, 2001
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    Add to all this the fact that more than one dealer has sworn not to accept order for new 430 from people who have not purchased a new one from them before, and you'll understand why prices for 355/360 are NOT going to tank like many are predicting.
     
  11. bumboola

    bumboola Formula Junior

    Mar 7, 2003
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    Not so "entry level" any more...

    360 prices will jump up when 430 deliveries begin, just like 355 prices did when the 360 was released.
     
  12. PCH

    PCH F1 Rookie

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    If your willing to wait a three years. Until then, I believe most will pay 25-40K over MSRP.
     
  13. 911Fan

    911Fan Formula 3

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    Right. More like "exit level"!

    At these prices, you might as well buy a Murcie and have something really exotic and exclusive...
     
  14. Schatten

    Schatten F1 World Champ
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    Not quite. It is right up there with the Gallardo. The Merci is approximately another 100K/30% increase in price.
     
  15. rossi

    rossi Formula Junior

    Feb 6, 2004
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    Add some stuff and the price will be way above the Gallardo. Definetely Murci territory. Or 575, if you like... :(
     
  16. Mehrabani1

    Mehrabani1 Rookie

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    If thats true, I will cancel my order...
     
  17. TimF40

    TimF40 Formula 3

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    The $190k+ is Stradale MSRP territory. Given the advances in the 430 (compare the 430 with the Stradale), this isn't unreasonable. I don't like it, but it's ballpark.
     
  18. 911Fan

    911Fan Formula 3

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    Autoweek reported 300 430s per year. I'm assuming that means the number for the NA market. If that's really true, the street price will be outrageous (250-300K?) and 360 owners will be smiling.
     
  19. 5to1

    5to1 Formula Junior

    Mar 15, 2004
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    In the uk the "latest model" syndrome affects residuals greatly.

    The 360 prices will definately fall with the arrival of the 430.

    Theres also competition from the DB9, Gallardo, 997 turbo, AMV8, Bentley etc.

    The price spread here on the 360 is huge. You have main dealers asking close to list for 1 year old cars. But they are not paying anywhere close to that to sellers. And private sellers, well lets not go there. If your in the market for a 360 this is a good time.
     

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