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Which Supercar Should Be My next Purchase?

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Informed my purchasing manager I fancy either a Lamborghini or Ferrari.

Which would be the best option considering any future maintenance costs?

Best regards

jakemoss
over a year ago
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Johnny

Italian rust buckets

Avoid.

Save up for a Rolls-Royce if you want a proper car. The Germans make decent luxury cars.

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Jamala

Surely you change your car annually so maintenance issues wouldn't come into it. Super cars are over rated, I had to get rid of my Bugatti Chiron because I couldn't get my weekly shop at Lidl in the boot.

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davidstockport

I wouldn't have either a Lamborghini or a Ferrari Jake - they've been compared with hedgehogs and porcupines... the main difference is that with hedgehogs and porcupines the pricks are on the outside.😀

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Lynibis

LD should have a humour badge, you would be way ahead David, love it, love it. Trouble is some people are so thick skinned, either that or just thick.

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davidstockport

Lynibis Thanks. This was obviously a "non-serious" thread - I do try not to be too disruptive.😀

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Lydskyd

Most footballers own one so I think you are right.

I will make an exception for MR BEAN (Rowan Atkinson) even though he wrapped his around a tree.

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zerocenturyzero

BMW i8 Coupe

Sports car

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Seating capacity: 4

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Max speed: 155.3 mph

Range: 54.72 km battery-only

Engine: 1.5 L 3-cylinder

Horsepower: 275 kW

Dimensions: 4,689 mm L x 1,942 mm W x 1,291 mm H

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zerocenturyzero

Tesla Model S

Luxury vehicle

RRP: From £73,500

Range: 489.2 to 632.5 km battery-only

Max speed: 139.8 to 155.3 mph

Battery charge time: 7h at 220V, 1.75h at 440V

Dimensions: 4,970 mm L x 1,964 mm W x 1,445 mm H

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Lynibis

Zero, for goodness sake stop feeding the storyteller!

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zerocenturyzero

Lynibis Someone has to

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ACR

If your planning to treat yourself what about the Pagani Zonda HP Barchetta. It's the most expensive new car at £13.5million

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jakemoss

Sorry that's too expensive for me, I can't afford that honestly.

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Lydskyd

Fiat Panda - its a super little car.

If you are a baldy wee man with a small weenis then a Porsche obviously!

😜

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Johnny

Super? Maybe

But also very unsafe in a crash.

FIAT PANDA SCORES ZERO STARS IN EURO NCAP CRASH TEST

The first zero-star car since the Fiat Punto in 2017

Published 07 December 2018

By James Allen

THE FIAT Panda has been awarded one of the worst scores in Euro NCAP crash test history, with a zero-star safety rating.

As well as being the first car since the Fiat Punto in 2017 not to be awarded any stars in a crash test, the Fiat Panda also failed to score higher than 47% in any of the individual categories.

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Lydskyd

Johnny I know but it does 100 mpg and so easy to fix, easy to park on a sixpence and thats what us girls like - we dont think about Ncap and that tosh as it matters not in the great scheme of things - if you hit a tree in a ferrari or even a volvo at 70mph either way you are going to die.

Most cars have bumps in car parks and rear end shunts not death crashes!

NCAP is a made up manufacturer gimmick to sell more Volvos.

My boyfriend fixed a rental Panda abroad when it broke down in the middle of a desert with his Swiss Army Knife lol

He drives an AC Cobra, Lotus Excel Eclat, Rover 820si, Fiesta, Mercedes Avantgarde, Dutton Phaeton S3, Streetka Lux but his fave car in his collection is his open top Rover v8 Fiat Panda.

Does 0-60 in 3.8 seconds faster than a Ferrari F40 lol

😜

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