Hey guys, About to close 1-2 deals on a Ferrari F12. Both cars nearly identical spec and model year. From initial inspection, both cars are similar in condition. Only difference is one car has 25K miles, while the other has 6K miles. The price difference between the two is $25K. Now, personally, I'm okay with a high mileage car. I plan to drive this F12 about 4-5K miles a year so it works out for me. However, the unfortunate fact of the market is that buyers are very sensitive to mileage for Ferrari. So the question is: do you guys think that a slashing 20K miles off of the car is worth getting paying an extra $25K? My logic is that 20K miles will depreciate a car more than $25K, so paying only $25K less for the high mileage car is relatively not a good deal, but feel free to challenge me on that! If it makes a difference, the high mileage car is a single owner, while low mileage is a 3 owner car. The high mileage car can also Certify the car with 2 years of warranty for $8K.