Ferrari 360: A dealers perspective | Aldous Voice

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Ferrari 360: A dealers

Following on from my Market post, Tim Walker kindly me some detailed information on the 360 his perspective as an independent Ferrari  Over to Tim#8230;.

The 360 is one of the most reliable and cost effective to own. The tipo is ageing and has a long, reasonably flat curve initially led by mileage.

As a when we have an interest in a car we the seller, discuss the car including the history and general ownership for the period he /she has owned the car We then HPI check the car and, we are happy, go and view it – please that everyone will you that they looked at 6 before buying this one and you will not a better one in this price

At the physical inspection stage we buy 1 car in 3 effectively means that 2 in 3 have either had accident damage or are not commercially viable to retail. pointers like;

If you are happy to put up a fault at purchase when you to sell it the next buyer will not be willing to accept the fault.

A car that has dipped in will never come to the level of a car that has been all its life.

Buy with your not your heart – it very to say ‘I want it – I can afford it’ without knowing what your getting in.

Preparation  for sale

The repeat areas that we to attend to are:

Oil leak / cam

Power Steering pipe oil

Ball joints – front are fastest wearing

Seager joint) boots split

rattle – bracket at the base of the

Poor front end paint

Tyre wear

Clutch (wear level)

Spare / alarm fobs

Brake thickness / pads

Brake blocked

Door cables

mechanism (tensioner)

The usual cost for a 360 is £3000 if the clutch is OK and if a new clutch is required. This preparation be detailed and carried out before – not just the ‘I’ll stick a and fresh MOT on it as part of the approach – this is the difference preparation and just selling a

Warranties and the 360

Ferrari 360

We looked into the offered by Warranty wise, RAC and top companies and decided that any that you would get from a 360 either not be covered or the cost of the mean that you would be off just paying for the repair. A does not negate the dealers responsibility to the of Goods Act.  Any should be viewed as a dealer perk.

The Sale of goods act and used

Within reason of normal and tear the basic rule that if there is a fault the first 6 months of owning a car from a dealer – it is the dealers to prove the fault was not there at the of sale. There are certain like:

If a car model has a generic that was there from new

If the has explained to you that the fault was at the point of sale

The age of the car is critical in the of what can be expected.  For a part can fail or wear out but was checked by the dealer and is there of this check?

If you are buying a Ferrari, buy the best car you can with the lowest mileage.  If you can just afford the car then you cannot afford to run it. If a dealer has the job properly then a dealer car is the same car as a private sale in showroom. In most cases prices are usually around – £2000 more than adverts but you should get a better legal protection (SOGA) and a hand in times of trouble.

out your dealer carefully. If you buy then get it inspected by a Ferrari – but also check what they are to cover, very few inspectors both mechanical and cosmetic

Tim Walker

Walkersport Ferrari

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