Originally Posted by Artisan Fan
It;s best to buy a Ferrari slightly used as many don't keep them once they have gotten it out of their systems...and the depreciation hit is tremendous.
Perhaps in Atlanta. In California, used, current Ferraris sell for over MSRP. New ones have to be sold at MSRP, but used ones can be inflated. There's also a whole system of making people buy Maseratis first to show that they're serious about owning a Ferrari. It's quite a racket.
A friend of mine in Dallas has his dealer periodically calling him to flip his lightly used F-car, no charge, for a newer F-car so he can sell the used one to someone for $$$.