It should be no surprise to anyone who follows the 360 market that prices continue to rise alongside the rest of the Ferrari models. Average asking prices have increased another 1.25% over the last month which leaves the price index at 129.51.
For all intents and purposes, asking prices now start at £50k and that doesn’t really get you anything nice (I know of quite a few bad cars at this price point). My tipping point of £55k is going to have to be re-evaluated very soon:
At the other end of the market we have the £140k spider at JCT. I have been informed that the car has been sold but, since it remains advertised, it stays in the data. Good luck to whoever bought it – you’ve got more balls (and money) than me! Not to be outdone by their northern counterpart, HR Owen in London have acquired a low mileage spider that is being retailed at a bargain £88k. This really doesn’t make sense to me as you could easily buy a F430 in the same spec for the same money.
Given the low number of cars for sale last month it isn’t much of a surprise to see just ten cars sold this month with 16 cars taking their place. Given the warm weather (it is currently 36 Celsius here) I would have expected more spiders to have been sold but the split is even.
Here is the main table:
And the mileage vs price data:
Here’s the big table showing which cars are in and out of the data this month:
I’ll end with a link to another site. I was contacted by a Canadian based owner who has started to publish a similar set of numbers: https://stuincanada.wordpress.com/
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