Zero discount.How much do you guys think is reasonable to ask for a discount on a used Huracan from the dealer?
I’m looking at 2016-2018 Huracans.
Anybody have any experiences to share?
Geez, I really hate the market right now.. Right when I plan to buy an exotic is coincidentally the worst time to buy one.No 'deals' out there right now. If you see a car you like, come to understand you are not going to steal it. If you have cash ready, by all means submit an offer and see if you get anywhere.
FWIW, I have been watching cars at auctions and then at dealerships. Often times their margin is only about 5%-7% Hard to believe, but that is what the prices are right now. They have more room on cars they take on trade, but marking up a 200+ 10k does not leave much meat on the bone and that is about what the market is. It is also why you are now seeing prices push even higher. Wholesale prices have been going up and up.
It's not just the diminished sound/drama but add to that the increased back pressure from the GPF and the engines are not going to do well in the long run.difficult times for discounts. the gpf topic is pretty big and many people including ferrari owners i know are switching to huracan.
This is a tough time to jump in but I would still try to get the best deal you can but, as others have intimated, if you see a car you like I would go for it or someone else will scoop it up. It's the same thing with the housing market. We were looking at homes, and given the market is hot the builders are putting in a stipulation in the contract for increased building costs equaling 8% of the total home price. Now what that means is, and the way the contract is written, if there is an 8% increase or more they will give you the option to buy at the higher calculated percentage (> 8%) and if you decline they will refund you your deposit and sell the house on to another buyer at the elevated price. So conceivably you could be asked to pay 10, 20 percent or higher over the contracted sale price, and that is not just the base price of the home but, as well as, all the upgrades you chose which could equal, depending upon the house you build, a couple of 100K more. Under those circumstances it's hard to plan the sale of your home and get ready for a move with that kind of uncertainty.Geez, I really hate the market right now.. Right when I plan to buy an exotic is coincidentally the worst time to buy one.
All comes down to what you can find and how long you are willing to wait. I'm way to impatient to order and did a lot of searching for new cars but didnt find anything to spec I wanted. So then it comes down to looking for gently used and for that I prefer local so I can easily check out. Perfect situation opened up for me when a high end dealership I have a great relationship got in a slightly used Evo Spyder that was very close to how I would or orderedDo you guys think it might be a better financial decision to buy NEW right now given the absurdity in the used market?
That's a given, but sadly I know too many people who live beyond their means in the name of "fulfilling a dream". Not everyone that owns a Lambo makes 2 million a year I'm sure.Firstly, let's be clear these cars are, not well, the best financial decision, and you should only buy these cars with money you can set on fire but, that aside, with few exceptions a good preowned over new will save you a bundle. Now there probably are exceptions but as a general rule.......preowned all day long.
New is a 6 month wait unless it’s already on the lot.Do you guys think it might be a better financial decision to buy NEW right now given the absurdity in the used market?