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Im only 16 right now and I plan on becoming a dentist. My dream is to buy a Lambo so I was wondering if by 2025(presumably when I start looking to buy a Lambo) would there be any Lambo's that depreciate to $150,000 or under? Like maybe a Aventador or Huracan or any other Lambo that comes out in the next few years?

I don't really wanna wait much longer because I want to buy a Lambo while I am still young.
 

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Have you looked at Lamborghini prices? Ever? I would say out of all Lambos built there are more currently under $150K than over.
 

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Well I know that right now there are Gallardo's under 150k, but I meant in 2025 will there be Lambo's like the Huracan or Aventador under 150k?

I feel like the Gallardo would be too old by 2025...
 

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Gallardo will still look cool by then!
 

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Yes I do believe there will be Huracans under 150K. Considering a 10-year old Gallardo today goes for around 100K, I feel the Huracan will follow the Gallardos depreciation path. If you were to buy a ~2015 Huracan in 2025, your "average car" could go anywhere from 150-100K assuming it goes a similar path as the Gallardo. As for the Aventador I feel they will go for ~180k in ten years maybe even as low as 150K. Long story short, in ten years you will have no problem finding a Lamborghini for under 150K.
 

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government will probably ban lambos by 2025. Due to saving the whales.... soooooo it might cost 250k for a Gallardo on the black market then :evil:
 

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Yes I do believe there will be Huracans under 150K. Considering a 10-year old Gallardo today goes for around 100K, I feel the Huracan will follow the Gallardos depreciation path. If you were to buy a ~2015 Huracan in 2025, your "average car" could go anywhere from 150-100K assuming it goes a similar path as the Gallardo. As for the Aventador I feel they will go for ~180k in ten years maybe even as low as 150K. Long story short, in ten years you will have no problem finding a Lamborghini for under 150K.
Lamborghinis, Sorry to go off topic, but your list is very impressive.
2006 Lamborghini Gallardo
2013 Ferrari FF (Wife's DD)
2014 Rolls Royce Wraith (My DD)
2014 Lamborghini Aventador (50th Anniversario)
2015 Lamborghini Huracán
2015 McLaren 650S Spyder
2009 Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder
2005 Lotus Elise (Track car)
2008 Lamborghini Murciélago
1994 Lamborghini Diablo
2010 Mercedes SLS-AMG (SOLD)
2009 Audi R8 (SOLD)
2007 Porsche 911 (SOLD)
I'm not dreaming big enough!
 

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Lamborghinis, Sorry to go off topic, but your list is very impressive.
2006 Lamborghini Gallardo
2013 Ferrari FF (Wife's DD)
2014 Rolls Royce Wraith (My DD)
2014 Lamborghini Aventador (50th Anniversario)
2015 Lamborghini Huracán
2015 McLaren 650S Spyder
2009 Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder
2005 Lotus Elise (Track car)
2008 Lamborghini Murciélago
1994 Lamborghini Diablo
2010 Mercedes SLS-AMG (SOLD)
2009 Audi R8 (SOLD)
2007 Porsche 911 (SOLD)
I'm not dreaming big enough!
I agree, would be very nice of him if he doesn't mind sharing some photos.
 

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Haha I know I sound kinda stupid thinking 10 years ahead about a car, but I was just curious if you guys thought these cars would depreciate like the earlier Lambo's have such as the Gallardo.

Thanks for the info
 

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I know lots of dentists. Takes a few years to build a practice. Student loans and starting a practice debt takes a few years to pay off. So you might want to add a few more years for a dream car!!! Realistically.
 

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There is a great rule of thumb for buying collectible cars. Buy them at 25 years old at the absolute bottom of their value cycle. Look for rarity and cars that were Icons when they were new. I bought both my Hummers new and plan to keep them forever. They are great daily drivers and going up in value daily.My Jalpa has quadrupled since I bought it . I almost bought a Countach 3 years ago for well under 100K. What a deal that would have been, Lee
 
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