Pre-Owned Ferrari Cars

Post by Mark

The local Ferrari dealership is currently running a campaign this week on their Ferrari approved range of pre-owned cars. I passed by their showroom yesterday and they’ve basically removed all their new vehicles and replaced them with pre-owned Ferrari 488’s, Californias, FF’s and even the incredible GTC4Lusso I just recently test drove.

One of the biggest advantages of buying a Ferrari approved car other than getting an extra two years warranty is that the cars have to go through a 190+ point check by the dealership. Any issues that pop up during this check have to be repaired before being given the certification by Ferrari to be allowed to be sold to their customers. So you’re getting a car that’s basically new.

If you don’t have time to pass by the dealership, they have all their pre-owned cars uploaded online and you can check them out [Here]


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  1. Sulaiman-COGNAC says:

    The gentleman incharge of Ferrari here is extremely nice and polite. A pre owned car the costs just a little less than the original isn’t worth it, the Know that which is why they give you lots of extra benifits.

    • Mark says:

      I wouldn’t say just a little less. When a brand new GTC4Lusso costs 100,000+ and they’re selling a nearly new one for KD75,000, thats a big chunk of change.

      • Sulaiman-COGNAC says:

        Check the options on both the show piece and the car they are selling. They sell it a lot pricier than they buy it for. You need to take into consideration the devaluation because they usually aren’t 2018 models etc.

  2. AJ says:

    Anybody who has to look at the price tag of a Ferrari, really should’nt be owning one.

    • Simple_Man says:

      Anyone who can afford a ferrari should not care how cheap they sell it for. After all they did not care what it cost……

    • Sulaiman-COGNAC says:

      Most of the Uber wealthy in Kuwait don’t but a Ferrari 1. Because it’s worthless 2. Because it’s flashy which puts them at risk. Most just have the cheapest S class, I remember meeting Al Refai before he passed and he had an E class.

      • Mark says:

        Jeez that’s the most naive comment by you ever. How is a Ferrari worthless? And what do you mean it puts them at risk? You think if an Uber rich guy got a S class or E class is because he is trying to stay quiet about his wealth? If a person doesn’t care about cars then it doesn’t matter if they’ve got all the money in the world or not, they’d still end up with a Camry.

        • Sulaiman-COGNAC says:

          A Ferrari is completely worthless (except the special editions), anything that depreciates in value is worthless especially when the starting price is that high. I meant puts them at risk of having their car stolen, damaged (on purpose and getting mugged, I just didn’t think I’d have to spell it out for you. What you find stupid is what I got from the horse’s mouth. Everything I said is exactly what I heard from people like yousefi and kharafi. I swear when we were completing a deal with refai his son asked for money to buy a Ferrari his dad literally said “I’ll give you the money for the Ferrari, take a bank loan of the same amount and buy a plot of land. In 1 year than land will get you 4 Ferraris”, I swear it happened right infront of me. Maybe it’s because I dealt with the older generation but I do know that their grandchildren don’t mind buying a Ferrari or two just to show off. Btw the reason why they have an S class is because of it’s resale value.

          • Mark says:

            99% or things depreciate in value from cars to clothes to your couch. Doesn’t mean you shouldn’t buy anything. I think you misunderstood the conversation with his son. “I’ll give you the money but go buy land instead of a car” is such a dad thing to say.

            Resale value of an S class isn’t that great. If all they cared about was resale value they would be in a Camry not S class.

      • sam says:

        life is what happens to you, while you’re busy thinking what other people thinks about your bank account. Go buy pista!

  3. vampire says:

    Do they smell like new?
    Can i smell ur car?

    Love leather/new car smell


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