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Old 06-09-2019, 05:51 PM
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I've been back and forth between a Gallardo LP570 or a Huracan LP580 - there's a verde mantis LP580 at Lambo Gold Coast in Chicago that I'm interested in.

I've read some pretty bad things about this dealer, but have also heard they've been improving recently.

The car needs annual service and rear tires (I'm surprised they don't bring their inventory up to speed). Salesman has been good so far - waiting for him to get back to me regarding having a PPI done. The car is under warranty until Feb 2020 thankfully.

Anything to watch out for with these guys?
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I would say a PPI is mandatory. What would concern me would be the fact the the owner burned through those rear tires already. I would assume it’s due to frequent burn out which doesn’t happen without provocation. These cars can take a pretty good beating but you need to know everything else is good. JMO
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I would say a PPI is mandatory. What would concern me would be the fact the the owner burned through those rear tires already. I would assume itís due to frequent burn out which doesnít happen without provocation. These cars can take a pretty good beating but you need to know everything else is good. JMO
The car has 12k miles, so I'm not too concerned with the condition of the tires.

Will not buy the car without them allowing a PPI!
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Had a bad experience with a salesman, who was promptly taken care of. Thanks to Jr Mint.

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