If you’re looking to fill out your collection of Ferrari supercars, you’re undoubtedly aware that Enzos don’t come up for sale very often — after all, Ferrari says they only built 400 of them, and only a fraction of that number came to the United States. So I was pretty surprised when I logged onto Autotrader this morning and found this one for sale, in desirable Rosso Corsa over a black interior with red seats.
Offered by Boardwalk Ferrari in the Dallas suburbs, this Enzo is everything you’d want from an Enzo: It’s covered only 2,750 miles from new, it looks absolutely perfect — with a perfect interior — and it’s the absolute right color combination for a 5-car Ferrari supercar collection, since the F40 was only ever offered in red, meaning you’d want the others in red to match.
There’s only one problem, though: It’s $3.2 million.
If that sounds crazy, well, it’s not. Yes, the Enzo cost just $650,000 when it came out as a new car back in 2003 — a figure that truly sounds like a bargain today. But while it immediately shot up to 1-point-something million and stayed there for a while, values have increased dramatically over the last few years. In today’s market, $3.2 million is on the high side, but absolutely not out of the realm. Simply put, it isn’t cheap to buy these cars.
And it isn’t cheap to own them, either: The Enzo used a 651-horsepower V12, which was apparently rated at 7 miles per gallon in the city and 12 mpg on the highway. Servicing costs are surely also massive, but that’s assuming you drive it — which the current owner hasn’t done much. For the last 13 years, the car has been registered in Connecticut and logged just 1,600 miles in that time. Hard to argue with that strategy, though, considering the massive rise in value for well-kept, high-quality examples. Find a Ferrari Enzo for sale