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Autotrader Find: 2015 LaFerrari With 81 Miles for $3.7 Million

Like most top-end Ferrari models, the LaFerrari was available by invitation only — basically, you had to be one of the company’s best customers for them to deem you worthy of purchasing the car. Naturally, this led to a lot of angry rich people who were passed over for a LaFerrari even though they had the money to buy one. One such customer even sued Ferrari, claiming damage to his reputation.

But if you feel like you were unfairly passed over during the invitation process, now’s your chance to get even: There’s currently a virtually new LaFerrari listed for sale on Autotrader with just 81 miles on the odometer. It’s offered by Ferrari of Salt Lake City, and it’s finished in black with a black interior that boasts red accents on the seats and dashboard.

According to the Carfax report, this LaFerrari basically hasn’t moved since it was sold. It was originally purchased in April 2015, and it had 55 miles on it — common with Ferrari models, as they’re usually road-tested more than normal cars before they’re delivered. That means the car’s owner added just 26 additional miles in the last three years before deciding to sell.

Then again, that was probably a smart decision. The original MSRP of the LaFerrari was something like $1.6 million just three years ago — and the current asking price for this one is $3,695,000. Although it may not sell for the full asking price, that figure is in line with market demands given the miles and the car’s rarity — meaning the owner of this car doubled their initial investment in just three years. With that kind of potential gain on the table, I’d probably have a hard time driving it, too. Find a Ferrari LaFerrari for sale

Doug DeMuro is an automotive journalist who has written for many online and magazine publications. He once owned a Nissan Cube and a Ferrari 360 Modena. At the same time.

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  1. Yeah, I threw a red flag after reading the first paragraph. Glad i carry it at all times….

    Look, with the new DEIS revelations, and no denial from Ferrari, just get into a mutual fund. That’s too much money to spend in the shade. 
  2. Would not buy, even if I was a super rich guy.  Just sounds suspicious to me.  Who buys a car like that, and never drives it?

  3. This is interesting: If I remember correctly, Ferrari made buyers of the LaFerrari sign an agreement stating that if they choose to sell the car, they can only sell it back to Ferrari for the same amount of money that it was originally bought for.

    • Without fact-checking this, I can imagine that this agreement would be capped at a certain number of years.  I wouldn’t imagine anyone agreeing to an ultra-low production, virtually guaranteed to triple in value in short order vehicle wherein the factory was able to exercise a virtually-unlimited buy-back option for the MSRP

  4. Any time I see a Ferrari with ultra low mileage, I am suspicious.  The Ferrari factory and dealerships colluded to turn back odometers…but only with Ferarri’s express approval – and with firmware and software provided by the manufacturer.

  5. Is 81 the actual mileage or what the odometer was set back to? I know, repeating joke, but it’s now the first thing that jumps into my head when i see a low mileage Ferrari.

    • PS,

      You old friends have an article up about Ferrari basically admitting to the rollback machine.
      Are you guys coordinating? You both wrote about the BMW 8 Series yesterday, and these two semi-related Ferrari articles.

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