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Early customers selling cars on at a premium
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11 February 2010

Early Ferrari 458 Italia customers are selling on their cars for a £25,000 premium, according to reports.

The list price of the Ferrari 458 Italia begins at £169,545, but private resale prices are closing on £200,000, as would-be owners look to jump the three-year waiting list for new cars.

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That price is set to rise further, too, as many of the first cars out of the factory will be fitted with options. Examples include racing seats at £4276, having Ferrari shields on the wings at £945 or a luggage set for the rear bench at £2987.

UK deliveries of the 458 will begin in the summer.

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blasos1983 2 May 2010

Re: Ferrari 458 Italia prices rise £25k

38carssofar wrote:

Paying a premium for a production car is always foolish - look back at any production car that fetched a premium when new; e.g. Aston's V8 Vantage .... what happens next ???






Depends on what your motives are. If you want to have a nice car it's not foolish, if you are buying it to make a profit (which you won't be since you're paying a premium) then it is foolish. So, basically, your argument is a non-starter.

rosstopher 11 February 2010

Re: Ferrari 458 Italia prices rise £25k

If my numbers come up on the euro on friday i'll be happy to pay a premium.

taylork 11 February 2010

Re: Ferrari 458 Italia prices rise £25k

Better than investing into property !