Top 5 Cheapest Ferraris
How much to get into a Prancing Horse?
Ferrari 348 - £40,000 to £80,000
The Ferrari 348 is probably the cheapest way into Ferrari ownership. It was the last V8 model produced before Enzo Ferrari passed away. It had around 300 bhp, and accelerated from 0-60 in 5.6 seconds before topping out at 171mph.
It was designed to inherit cues from the Testarossa, with the side strakes and lights. Considering it's price, it is a bargain, and with the prancing horse badge and Testarossa looks, your neighbour will think you have made it. If you have the money, it's this or a V8 Vantage.
Ferrari 360 - £50,000 to £65,000
We take a bit of a step forward in modernity from the 348. It has 400bhp, 0-60 in 4.5 sec and a top speed of 190mph. This was the car from which the 430, 458 and 488 have evolved down a direct bloodline. The spider will cost another £20,000 and the rarer Challenge Stradale commands around £200,000. But the standard car is a perfectly reasonable buy.
Ferrari 599 - £90,000 to £100,000
This is the first of the proper GT Ferraris on the list. V12 upfront, comfortable pod of luxury in the back, big prancing horse shields on sides. With plenty of examples under £100,000, we are starting to get into the big boy Ferraris.
612 horsepower, 0-60 in a blistering 3.3 seconds and a top speed of 208mph, means this car sits at the top of even today's performance spectrum.
Ferrari California T - £85,000 to £95,000
The first convertible in the list is also the most recent model. It brought a new buyer into the mix for Ferrari, and this car was largely unliked by the motoring community. It was heavy, and weirdly styled, and frankly a bit ugly from the rear. 553bhp, 0-60 in 3.3 sec & 196mph top end. But this car will appeal to those who want a recent and sub-100k Fezza.
Ferrari 458 Italia - £90,000 to £120,000
This car is absolutely stunning, one of the best looking cars in our modern age. It has a V8 with 562bhp, 0-60 in 3 seconds and a top speed of 202mph making it easily the fastest car on this list. Mileage may be around the 50k mark at this price point though so it is a risky buy. However I think this is a car that will appreciate in value over the next few years.
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