A bit off topic but just saw your signature. How do you like the GTR compared to your Lambo? Seems like some good deals to be had right now on GTRs, in the same price range as 570's.They basically did the same thing to a chap in England and he made a video as well. I think they are having some major issues right now. My opinion is, making too many models too fast. Essentially, they are the major contributor to their growing pains. Nearest dealer to me is 420 miles away and I live 100 miles out of Vegas. No way I would get one and deal with getting this car to the dealer and picking it up God knows how many times. Only way I would consider getting one would be a killer deal and live within very close proximity to a dealer. So if you have one and live in LA for example you are probably okay. Cross country or extended road trip? Big gamble in my opinion. Perhaps if I had an enclosed carrier following me - lol.
I read through your previous thread (all five pages) and it was a good read. After you took delivery of the white 570S, what happened?I've had two 570 platform cars. The first was purchased back because of the issues. The second one was even worse than the first.
They're absolutely the worst car QC in the market. Hands down, garbage.
McLaren will never see another red cent of my money.
Here's my old thread on the first nightmare:
*looks at 2016 Corvette Z06 in garageAnother thing to consider when buying a McLaren is the huge hit you’re going to take when it comes to depreciation. I know cars depreciate, but I know from personal experience that few cars depreciate like a McLaren.
McLaren sold 4806 units in 2018 and Lamborghini sold 5750 units. That's a long ways from 2nd. Both companies had over a 40% sales increase year over year, which really isn't that big of a deal with so few units sold.First, the good news...
1. McLaren has been growing at 50-100% per year for most of the past decade and has recently overtaken Lamborghini as the world's 2nd largest supercar maker.