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I don't see the H dropping to $100k any time soon.
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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.
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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? Iím 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 pastÖ
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