14 May 2004

Despite only seven new Pagani Zondas finding homes in the UK, the used market for them is looking buoyant. Used supercar dealer Tom Hartley has already had the distinction of selling the first second-hand example of the supercar for a cool £285,000.

But London-based specialist Joe Macari is likely to be the second seller as it currently has a silver 2002 model up for £225,000. Spare a thought for the first owner, though – he or she lost over £100k in just two years.

Our Verdict

Chrysler 300C

Can this reworked exec saloon take the fight to Europe’s finest?

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