Hey, gang! This is our first post, but we`re starting in full power! One question in the minds of many men and possibly some women is “How much would a Lamborghini cost?“.
Well, it can’t be cheap, that`s for sure. But if you do have a couple of hundred thousand USD to spare, you could see your dream come true.
To find the answer to this pretty interesting questions, we’ve started looking for information regarding new, unused, in the box Lamborghini cars and their prices. So if you are looking for a brand you Lamborghini you can expect to pay anywhere from $150,000 and up to $1,000,0o0.
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Here’s what we’ve found:
- 2014 Lamborghini Gallardo – $181,900 – $259,100
- 2015 Lamborghini Huracan – $237,250 – $237,250
- 2014 Lamborghini Aventador – $397,500 – $548,800
Don’t expect to pay way less just because you pick an older model. Don’t forget it’s Lamborghini.
Here are some prices for the older models:
- 2009 Lamborghini Gallardo – $198,000 – $221,000
- 2007 Lamborghini Gallardo – $178,550 – $200,600
- 2001 Lamborghini Diablo – $274,900 – $274,900
Most of you might notice that a new Lamborghini is somewhat outside your safe zone in terms of price. So our first thought was why not search for a second hand Lamborghini? We wouldn’t recommend it. As it turns out, used Lamborghini cars are sold within the same price range as new ones, for some reason.
Let’s just give you some examples:
Someone is selling his 2011 Lamborghini Gallardo LP 550-2 Vallentino Balboni 2dr for Price: £103,995, which means around $174,108.92. That means that you could get a new car, a four years older model, for roughly the same price. Here’s his phone number, for enthusiasts:024 7746 0084.
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Another seller asks for £229,990, around $385,050, for his 2012 Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 2dr, which brings it very close to the price paid for a new one.
Are they ever going to sell their cars? Who knows? What we do know is that many buyers rush into buying their favorite car and spend a lot more on it than they really should.
We do understand that most of you readers out there will use this article for information purposes only, but for the few of you that do think about the possibility of getting a Lamborghini, give yourself a time to think about it, don’t rush into a decision that you will regret. We say this considering the fact that many second-hand Lamborghinis’ offered for sale have below 1.100 miles.