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01-05-2020 04:38 PM
DXM31
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Originally Posted by AAPL_BULL View Post
Iím more familiar with the Porsche 911 market and for those cars the convertible has a higher MSRP but will depreciate faster than the coupes and it will also always be a cheaper vehicle compared to a similarly equipped coupe

What is it like for the Lamborghini market?
I agree about Porsche's and it is a little confusing, but really the only Porsche's that hold there value is 911(and there derivatives) coupe's everything else, not so much.
Back to Huracan Spyder's the easy way to see is look on Autotrader and on there Spyder's sell for more than coupes but then they cost more so. I will say they are better at holding there value compared to 911 convertible's.
01-05-2020 01:18 PM
AAPL_BULL
Depreciation on coupe versus spyder

Iím more familiar with the Porsche 911 market and for those cars the convertible has a higher MSRP but will depreciate faster than the coupes and it will also always be a cheaper vehicle compared to a similarly equipped coupe

What is it like for the Lamborghini market?

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