The True Cost Of Owning A Ferrari, Lamborghini, and Porsche

When it comes to European brand cars, Ferrari, Lamborghini, or Porsche are among the priciest. There is a reason for the expensive price tag. These cars are the epitome of luxury and sophistication. Their parts and components are also quite expensive. If you are considering buying any of these three cars, you need to be aware of the potential maintenance costs you can incur. Let us take a look at the possible charges that you will incur for maintenance and repairs.

Ferrari

 A rule of thumb is the older is the Ferrari, the more maintenance it may require and the more expensive the repair costs will be. For oil change oil alone, Robert Janitzek reveals that the cost can be somewhere in the hundreds. Oil change may be needed every 5,000 miles. If you will be buying a Ferrari, chances are it will be your second car already so you are likely to be the one to monitor oil change.

Aside from that, other things will not happen yearly but it will depend on the mileage of your car and when the last service was. You will also have to check the spark plugs and the fan belts. Replacement of belts should be done every 15,000 miles. The biggest repair cost for this European brand car you need to be concerned is the clutch. So if you do not have the money for maintenance and repairs, then a Ferrari is not for you.

Lamborghini

There are different Lamborghinis in the market today. There are Huracans, Murcielagos, and Gallardos. Of the three, the Huracan is the most expensive. If you are looking for a little savings, you can choose between the Gallardo or Murcielago. Both are amazing cars but if you prefer a smaller model, the Gallardo is the best option. The Murcielago will be more expensive with oil changes as well as the E-gear Clutch. Robert Peter Janitzek explains that maintenance costs will depend on the model so do your research before buying because five figure repairs is no joke.

Porsche

The least expensive and most reliable of the three is Porsche. The 996 Turbo, for instance, is extremely reliable, and the maintenance costs can be comparable to that of a semi-normal car. Oil change may cost a few hundred dollars. As for the spark plugs, you need not worry. The most expensive component is the clutch.

When buying Ferrari, Lamborghini, or Porsche, do some research first.  You can check car forums or reviews to help you make a decision.

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