, 2022-12-31 21:30:00,
Supercar ownership is no longer restricted to the privileged few. Thanks to unstable markets and depreciation, some examples have plummeted in value, leaving them languishing in the cheap seats, presenting themselves as something of a bargain buy. This means, for some, dreams of car ownership could be a mouse click, or a finance application away.
It’s now possible to plonk a handsome Ferrari 360 Modena on the driveway for the cost of a 2023 BMW 3 Series, and not a cooking 3 Series model either, but one of the mid-level cars, serving to get a driver from A-to-B. So, a supercar lifestyle becomes even more appealing, especially for those hankering for something from the British sporting range, as they could opt for the beautiful Lotus Evora GT. But, as the old adage goes, buyer beware!
Buying a cut-price supercar may seem like a tempting idea, elevating a gearhead to new heights, yet, imminent financial doom may be over the horizon line, as these 10 Used Supercars aren’t too expensive to buy, but they will bankrupt you.
10/10 The McLaren 12C
Low-mileage examples of the McLaren 12C are sprouting up for sale. For less than $70,000, a gearhead is given access to ferocious speed and handling prowess. The 12C makes 592 hp from its impressive 3.8-liter twin-turbo V8. It also will hit 60mph in 3.1 seconds.
Current 12C owners suggest never…
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