Approved used scheme makes the cheaper Ferraris less risky
15 January 2008

Ferrari UK has launched an approved used scheme for cars bought through official dealerships that are up to nine years old and have covered less than 56,000 miles.The scheme includes a 190-point technical inspection, independent verification to certify the car's identity, mileage and history, free MOTs for life, and the all-important 12-month warranty. You also get 12-months cover from Ferrari's own roadside assistance scheme. Just in case…Less than 900 used Ferraris have been sold through manufacturer dealerships in the UK over the past ten years, and the new scheme should encourage buyers to indulge in a used Ferrari knowing the support is there if needed.Here are some of the approved used cars that caught our eye on the Approved Ferrari website:Ferrari 550 Maranello, 2000/X, 11,500 miles, £59,996Ferrari 360 Challenge Stradale, 2004/04, 18,600 miles, £99,950Ferrari 575 Superamerica F1, 2006/06, 1400 miles, £135,000Ferrari 612 Scaglietti, 2005/05, 6570 miles, £109,950

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