The build I gave my SA was Blu Aegir, however that was 9 months ago and I am now leaning a little towards Vioila Parsifae. I am not locked into anything yet, and this is always the toughest part.What color will you go for on the STO Russ?
I would love to buy from NB again, but last time it really created an issue with my local and only dealer.I've noticed NB Lambo has a few used STO's and Randy McCall has posted a couple incoming STO's which owners are looking to either dump or they've walked away.
I don't know about the US market but there's not much buzz for the STO up here in Canada and no one is paying ridiculously overs. Those days are long gone.
That is part of the reason why I am hesitant to go with VP, also it might get old fast. I want a color that only gets better with time, something I won't get tired of after the initial impact wears off. I have had 3 blue lambos and loved them all till the day I sold the car.Russk i would stick with the blue color ...VP i feel is more a fad color.
Just my thoughts of course.
No lettering except the STO decal on the side of the door. I am still trying to decide on accent colors, with blue the only thing I like is yellow or just black.Are you getting all the lettering and decals? Personally I feel it's too much but then again the cars without them seem too plain.
That’s how I feel as well. I have to have the full exterior carbon package. I hope the supply issues get sorted soon.Damn, yeah for me it’s either full carbon to none at all. I would have been ok with no carbon as well. The entire thing is carbon anyways, exposed or not
That kind of service is rare, I am glad to see you were able to treated like a real customer.I have to review my spec, but I’m quite sure I paid ca. $4k for three years of maintenance. My car just had its first annual (2,000 miles) which was a complete check over, fluids top off and an oil change. Lamborghini Sarasota picked up the car, serviced it, cleaned it, and dropped it back off. That’s a big deal considering I’m 3-1/2 hours away from them.
In today’s world, where service seems to have become a thing of the past, I am impressed with the level of service I am receiving. I don’t ask for the earth, moon and stars, but the little things keep me satisfied and assure my loyalty as a customer.
As a FYI, Ferrari’s 7 year maintenance plan does not ensure an oil change every service interval. You need to have accrued a certain mileage (I think it’s above 2,500).
And finally, the 458’s been on track 34 times this year, and will have its 7th oil change of 2022 later this month! I’ve spent a small fortune on brakes, tires, fluids, etc.