In two years and around 25.000 km done, with a 2006 Scaglietti in my hand (bought it in 2012) I got a minor problem of gear syncro, well repaired in warranty.
We're speaking of supercar, everything works in a monstrous way and obviously easier to break than modern normal cars: if you want total reliability, a japanese car is the choise (not Nissan GTR, obviously).
If we're speaking of supercars, I loved my Ferrari, much more reliable than my old Noble M12 GTO 3R.
With the 458 Ferrari gives you a 7 years total free checks. The hell Lambo does it! They could speak about everything, but that's a big true: Ferrari 7 years, Lambo not. The only other company that do that I think it's Kia.
Things may change if you're speaking of older Ferrari, like a 2000, 1990 or before ... but that's easy to think.
2004 Noble M12 GTO 3R - My luggage: a wife and a child.
2006 Ferrari 612 Scaglietti - My luggage: another child!
Tomorrow is today!
Last edited by decanof; 09-30-2014 at 07:29 AM.