2021 Huracan EVO RWD Spyder Verde Themis
It isn’t going to change anytime soon. The only way to buy at this point in time, is new.
That’s what I think as well. The exotic car market is unique and might not be subject to the changes on the regular car market.Maybe for regular cars but not for Huracans, it's still climbing ridiculously. Even the ugly red car with the pudding interior is gone.
However there is one that just showed up yesterday for 220K because it was in an accident. With lack of details of the listing it's like putting a snake in your pants hoping it doesn't bite.
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All good points, and I completely agree that prices won't be back to normal for quite awhile. Most dealers simply do not have any inventory and buying a new car seems to be getting more and more difficult with so many limitations on allocations.I really don’t see prices coming down any time soon
With supply chains continue to be broken(not just disrupted), with people who own these cars presently capitalizing on profits, with people who purchased high and want to protect their positions, with little market supply, and with people buying these cars at the high market price, with ICE slowly coming to an end, the market for these cars will continue to hold high market value and those praying and sitting on the sidelines will continue to pray and hope and tell their friends that they are going to buy…….just not now. But they will continue to wait on the market. At the end some will finally purchase, but most will not
We often forget that bubbles at some point always pop.Bubbles do not end in a soft landing, so if this is indeed one, it’ll be brutal. The key level is when these new cars approach sticker on the resale market and if that breaks then look out below. However, maybe the market will be more resilient than you and I think….entirely possible. We will find out then if all this demand is real.
Yes, that could put a wrinkle in things, prices are typically based on supply & demand.I personally think the market will all depend on where the markets go in the coming months and how high the rates go.
The red flag for me is there's over 300 H's and Urus for sale at the moment. That's a lot of inventory so unless inventory rapidly decreases over the next month or two we could see the inventory increase as we head into fall and winter. Not a good sign for values.
I think by the time you get your STO, you will still be able to trade in your EVO at a premium. I was hoping to be able to sell mine before the bubble bursts. We all knew this would come to an end at some point.Okay that does it. After all the claims, or fomenting if you will, I am convinced we are headed for a crash. I guess I will have pay someone to take my EVO off my hands............