A few months ago I wrote an article detailing just how expensive it is to own a supercar and to my amazement many people emailed me asking for more costs and some more info – since I don’t exactly own a supercar, its relatively hard for me to come out with figures (Ferrari/Lambo mechanics are not exactly the friendliest bunch of people).
I guess the fact that there is a review of the Pagani Zonda on our website might have given readers the idea that my garage is filled with expensive cars – not the case, that review was kindly provided by SuperCarInvestments.com.au.
So it remains a fact that for most of us, the dream of supercar ownership is simply that, a dream. But for the lucky few who can afford a supercar, you can be assured that the initial outlay is only the beginning of a very expensive love story. Sports Car Market magazine has a very interesting article detailing the life of a 1998 model Ferrari 550 Maranello, from its original purchase all the way through to its 3rd and current owner.
Extracts from the article break down the cost of just a few things:
For those who are not actually scared of these figures and are looking at buying a SuperCar (more specifically a Pagani Zonda), have a look at Super Car Investments, but for the rest of you who feel ill at the thought of spending 3,500 for 2 new tyres and a minor service make sure you read the rest of the article at Sports Car Market Magazine.