A Dodged-Lamborghini Shows Why Its Best To Check A Car Before You Agree On The Price
, 2023-03-25 15:15:00,
For the average person buying a used car can be challenging. You will want to know the market value of the car, factor in things about the car’s condition that negatively affects its value and decide on a fair price with or without haggling.
It can leave you overpaying or treating the seller unfairly by offering an aggressively-low price or picking apart the car on every minute fault or scratch.
SuperspeedersRob on YouTube thinks he can help by offering some advice through the context of a used supercar that he recently went to buy and the calculations he made that caused him to walk away – here’s what he alludes to in the video regarding an appealing Lamborghini.
Rob Ferretti Is SuperspeedersRob: How To Buy A Supercar
Rob starts off by explaining a situation that he found himself in recently: a $1,000 trip to go and see a car before going any further with the buying process. It’s a reasonably-priced Lamborghini Gallardo, the predecessor to the wildly-successful Huracán.
Hagerty suggests a ‘good’ 2004 Gallardo is worth $83,000, and a 2014 Gallardo LP550 around $102,000. Classic.com suggests around $99,000 for the base model of all years.
We learn that 10-year-old cars like Lambos lose a lot of value after 40,000 – they become ‘high-milers’ – so the car is just under, but will be a high-miler…
To read the original article from www.hotcars.com, click here
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