In these tough times people who would have otherwise bought an Aventador might instead snatch up a cheaper Huracan on a budget.
I don’t know what I’d do but I’m interested in seeing what you end up doing and if it is worth it in the end.I'm so on the fence about what to do, as the market is what it is now and no one can predict the future. I have a GT3 Touring coming in August and the Tecnica arrival is TBD. Do I pretrade the 992 TTS now, wait until August when the Touring arrives, or hold it until I know the ETA on the Tecnica? I can get a tax credit that is good for a year.
The Lamborghini dealer is offering me more than Porsche, but not knowing the arrival time of the Tecnica could put the tax credit at jeopardy if I trade it too early to them.
Either one…Worth it financially, or worth giving up the Turbo for the Tecnica?
no murciThe market is decidedly different.
We now have 9% inflation, a world wide pandemic, WW3 starting, world starvation, 6% interest rates going to 10% asap, feds liquidating $5 trillion in assets, $30 trillion national debt, China going to invade Taiwan, 2 million more illegals, rule of law being ignored, Kardashian show might not get renewed, WE NEED A BIGGER BOAT
I think the liberal created doomsday clock is broken. Nice huh?
good for building inventory for a rental business perhapsWhat about a lightly damaged one from a Salvage auction? Can get barely damaged run and drive units for pretty good prices. That’s always a consideration. I’ve bought TONS of them over the years. Lirerally tons, because cars weigh a lot.
I heard of someone pass away recently who owned a Koenigsegg, was your friend slipperywhenwayne on IG?I’ve always accepted what the market is, you gotta understand and purchase cars base on how much you enjoy them. Save for classic cars or very rare one-offs cars, they should be enjoyed and not considered investments.
No matter what price you get, if you enjoy it, then it’s worth it. My friend passed away last week - 40 and extremely successful, Koenigsegg owner - I don’t think he ever bothered to care about his purchases of cars. He drove them well and enjoyed every bit of it all. Life is short, buy what you love if you can afford it -stop worrying about depreciation when it comes to cars.
If you don’t care then you just buy used at a discount.Assuming you care about either of those things, of course.