| 812 Superfast (21%)
| Portofino (18%)
| 488 (18%)
| 488 Gtb (11%)
| Gtc4 Lusso (11%)
| California (7%)
| 458 (7%)
Popular body styles: | Convertible (46%) | Coupe (39%) | Hatchback (14%)
Transmissions: | Semiauto (100%)
Fuel types: | Petrol (100%)
Engines: | 3900cc (32%) | 4000cc (21%) | 4500cc (7%) | 6300cc (14%) | 6500cc (21%)
Popular colors: | Silver | Red | Grey | Brown | Blue
For all their intoxicating looks, spine-tingling soundtracks and mind-boggling performance, Ferraris can be temperamental and expensive to fix. Depreciation can also be a major issue on certain cars so it's important to buy at the right time. Get the basics right and there's little to touch a used second hand Ferrari for sheer drama and sense of occasion. The two-seater sports cars are most people's idea of what a Ferrari is all about. The 355 from the mid 90s is a desirable option, as is its 360 replacement. The stripped-out 360 Challenge Stradale edition is held in particularly high esteem by used car buyers with the nerve to take their Ferrari on track. The F430 is a more recent option but has some depreciating to do yet. The larger Ferrari GT cars tend to loose their value rather more vigorously so look attractive but can be expensive to run, so tread cautiously. The beautiful 456 is an elegant way to buy a used Ferrari while the 550 and 575 Maranello models also make great used cars. Second hand car buyers may also want to search out a 612 Scaglietti, one of the most reliable Ferrari models out there.
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