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MSRP for the 360 replacement????

Discussion in '360/430' started by lapeter, Jan 31, 2004.

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  1. lapeter

    lapeter Formula Junior

    Jun 13, 2002
    SunValley ID&Kapalua
    Full Name:
    Al LaPeter
    With all the rumors about the new 360 and the recent price increases from Ferrari, does anybody want to venture a guess as to MSRP for a 360 spider replacement? I have to believe we will be north of $200,000 without the F1 tranny. I wonder if the potenial market (buyers) will decrease if we are talking $200,000 to $220,000+ for a V8 spider.
  2. nberry

    nberry Formula Junior

    Nov 1, 2003
    Ferrari asserts it is losing money on every 360 it sends to the US. The recent price increase according to one Ferrari official does not cover what they are losing. Thus it is safe to assume they will make up for it on the replacement model.

    As of Feb. 16th 2004 the base price for the F1 Spider is $192,000. The F1 is approximately a $10,000 option. The basic 6 speed Spider is $182,000. I suspect the basic 360 replacement will come in around $190,000. Much will depend on the stength of the Euro compared to the dollar.

    Many of the high end car companies are chasing very cautious buyers and there is a break point where buyers will walk away because of the price. Notice that the recent Ferrari increase did not include price increases for the 575M or the Stradale. Ferrari is acutely aware of the price point issue.
  3. sparetireless

    sparetireless Formula 3

    Nov 2, 2003
    My est. $219k plus options,

    the euro has risen too much not to respond.

    Unfortuanately this is too rich for my blood.
  4. lapeter

    lapeter Formula Junior

    Jun 13, 2002
    SunValley ID&Kapalua
    Full Name:
    Al LaPeter
    Anybody out there on the 360/?? list concerned about what must be $210,000 +/- for replacement car?
  5. Clax

    Clax Formula 3

    Oct 3, 2002
    I won't be concerned about a $220K price tag, provided they accomplish the following:

    Substantially improved torque
    Keep weight in 3200lb (or less)
    More aggressive styling
    Tops competitors on track AND in a straight line

    If they don't accomplish that, there won't be one in my garage (at any price)

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