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Will this affect the value substantially? The gallardo has held very, very well over time. The huracan is also holding like a rock- will we see a drop as these used cars come to market? I’m considering a low mile 580-2 for 175k and will keep it 2 years or so.
 

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There are thousands more buyers today (than in the past) in China, India and emerging Asia, Eastern Europe and Latin America, as well as significantly cheaper finance deals across North America and Western Europe. New money and new debt are making the Huracan very popular worldwide.
 

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Will this affect the value substantially? The gallardo has held very, very well over time. The huracan is also holding like a rock- will we see a drop as these used cars come to market? I’m considering a low mile 580-2 for 175k and will keep it 2 years or so.
I would not say the Hurcan is holding like a rock...that's only seemingly so because the Lambo dealers are asking huge premiums for used, as if the car was gold. But they end up selling them for much less than asking in the end.
Go sell one and tell me that they are holding value "like a rock"...
 

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im in the market for a murci but i wouldnt mind a huracan. Only reason why I havent bought one of the many huracans availablke is because Im not about to spend 160-180 on a used huracan just to have it be worth 110-120 in 2 years or maybe even less....

i kinda can see huracans in the future being well under 100k especially for the ones with high mileage (and there are alot with high mileage, people actually drive these things)

My guess is if the fleet holds up for the next 5-7 years your gonna see alot more cheap huracans in the hands of younger tuner crowd. they are gonna be everywhere...


I never thought Id see the day were huracans (lambos) were the norm at your local nighttime tuner meets at your nearest parking lot being driven by 20 yr old kids
 

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I don't think 100k anytime soon...
 

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im in the market for a murci but i wouldnt mind a huracan. Only reason why I havent bought one of the many huracans availablke is because Im not about to spend 160-180 on a used huracan just to have it be worth 110-120 in 2 years or maybe even less....

i kinda can see huracans in the future being well under 100k especially for the ones with high mileage (and there are alot with high mileage, people actually drive these things)

My guess is if the fleet holds up for the next 5-7 years your gonna see alot more cheap huracans in the hands of younger tuner crowd. they are gonna be everywhere...


I never thought Id see the day were huracans (lambos) were the norm at your local nighttime tuner meets at your nearest parking lot being driven by 20 yr old kids
Gallardos are in the 60-80K range. Do you see them at tuner meets? Yes there are less of them, but that should give you an idea of the future for the H.
 

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I do see Gallardos at tuner meets. A lot actually and now I’m seeing more and more huracans everywhere and a lot of them are modded. The huracan will be a very affordable supercar in a few years
 

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You can search online the stats for cars of each make and model registered in the UK.
As at the end of 2018 there were 650 Huracans registered in the UK (46 of which were unlicenced or 'SORN'-ed). The stats for the Gallardo were 685 (178 of which are unlicenced or 'SORN'-ed).

Of the 650 registered Huracans (i) 43 are up for sale on Ebay and (ii) 306 of the 650 are Performantes.

Of the 685 registered Gallardos 16 are registered as Superlegerras and 6 of those are unlicenced or 'SORN'ed.

Make of that what you will!
 

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That’s quite interesting....obviously the Performante became the new AWD option

I don’t think the huracan will drop to 100k in the USA anytime soon unless we have a depression (beyond the recession).
 

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The next gen H would need to be a huge step above the current H to push the price down so far in my opinion. They did a lot right with the H.
 

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After an `04 G and an `07 G, I just picked up a `17 H last week with 3300 miles on it. What a difference! A totally different car. So smooth, so refined. It's unbelievable.
 

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After an `04 G and an `07 G, I just picked up a `17 H last week with 3300 miles on it. What a difference! A totally different car. So smooth, so refined. It's unbelievable.
Awesome and congrats. Clicked your profile pic. That's a Balloon white 2007 G???

 

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After an `04 G and an `07 G, I just picked up a `17 H last week with 3300 miles on it. What a difference! A totally different car. So smooth, so refined. It's unbelievable.
That's why I don't want one. :D
 

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The next gen H would need to be a huge step above the current H to push the price down so far in my opinion. They did a lot right with the H.
But the replacement H will most likely have a hybrid V10 or might even lose the V10 so I doubt the H will plunge seeing how it could be the last NA V10.
 

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But the replacement H will most likely have a hybrid V10 or might even lose the V10 so I doubt the H will plunge seeing how it could be the last NA V10.
From everything I read, Lamborghini is doing everything they can to keep the N/A engines in the Huracan but it's the EU (European Union) that is forcing them to comply. I hope they hold out as long as possible.

Ferrari 458, last N/A ferrari V8 is another great choice :)
 

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Will this affect the value substantially? The gallardo has held very, very well over time. The huracan is also holding like a rock- will we see a drop as these used cars come to market? I’m considering a low mile 580-2 for 175k and will keep it 2 years or so.
I've been following Huracan prices for about 2 years. I've been keeping tabs on Dallas Lambo website.

I've seen a handful of great, low-mileage Huracans sitting on the floor for over a year.

One in particular, an Orange, Huracan with less than 6,000 miles has dropped in price from $194,999 to $179,999 over this period.

Huracan prices are not falling like a rock. But I do think there is a bit of softness, and I think prices will continue to fall, mostly because we're at the end stages of a business cycle.
 

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Yeah, as has been seen on other threads, everything is down.

Speaking to someone, last week, who has lost ~$100k on a 488 Spider in ~6 months.
 

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Unfortunately good sounding cars are soon going to be a thing of the past…
 
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