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Maserati Price Question....

Discussion in 'Maserati' started by scott63, May 22, 2004.

  1. scott63

    scott63 Formula Junior

    Nov 1, 2003
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    I am looking at demo Maserati Spyder. The car is a 2003 with 500 miles on it. Options include Cambiocorsa trans, skyhook suspension, xenons, cd changer, heated seats, piping, stitching.... The MSRP is 101K. What would be a good price to buy the car at?? The depreciation is crazy for these!!!

    Thanks,

    Scott
     
  2. JBsZ06

    JBsZ06 Formula Junior

    Dec 6, 2003
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    Scott,

    My recommendation is to look at autoweek magazine.

    I can't say about your specific example but the ones in autoweek are amazingly priced...

    Of course the conditions of the cars need to be taken into account..which I can't speak of.

    Six thousand miles and the one I am seeing here has a msrp of 100,850 now available for 67,900 or b/o out in ohio..

    330-434-8989
     
  3. JBsZ06

    JBsZ06 Formula Junior

    Dec 6, 2003
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  4. scott61

    scott61 Formula 3

    Feb 11, 2004
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  5. 911Fan

    911Fan Formula 3

    Apr 15, 2004
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    Southern California
    "Six thousand miles and the one I am seeing here has a msrp of 100,850 now available for 67,900 or b/o out in ohio.."

    $40K depreciation in a year -- I don't think this guy will be buying another new Maserati any time soon!

    Of course, it's the old supply and demand story so why is the demand so low?
     
  6. dm_n_stuff

    dm_n_stuff Global Moderator
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    Dec 10, 2003
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    I've been watching these carefully, thinking about a purchase. I think low $70's is probably about right for this car. Pretty amazing depreciation in one year 30+%, on a car with no miles, but that's the market on these.

    New ones, no miles, 2004 can be had in the 80's, so, I might look new for the difference. Of course with the 4 year warranty, either car is a pretty nice deal.

    When Ferrari 1st told their dealers to prepare for the car, they promised pricing in the $60's. Ended up in the 90's, but the market seems to be setting the price to an extent.
     
  7. Texas Forever

    Texas Forever Four Time F1 World Champ
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    Apr 28, 2003
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    Jim Lyons has one on Ebay with no reserve at $64.5

    2003
    6538 miles
    Manual
    Gray/Black
    Skyhook
    GPS
     

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