Which one to get: F430 vs 599GTB
Hi guys, I was considering (with extremely low odds) of getting one of the 2 vehicles and clearly the 599 is way better but I'm afraid of its service, so I was just wondering what can $8,000 a year cover for reckless driving of an F430 vs 599GTB at a range of 20,000km/ 12,000 miles annually aka plz compare the 2 vehicles service costs?
I'm planning to have fun and I'm already a professional 100mph driver in a 60mph zone and overtaking cars with excessive lane changing on a daily basis is kind of like the way I've been driving since I got my permit 5 years ago and you'd be surprised at how good I've gotten at it and how close I nearly got to scary accidents but that was then, I'm a lot more careful know...... kind of LOL. Also, I hate all those people who are BOTH THOSE TWO THINGS: 1- arrogant & 2- gay drivers who drive their F430s like it's an s-class. I mean wtf it's a sports car!!! However, if you're a worried enthusiast then ok but arrogant and s-class like!!!! My first car was and still is an AMG model merc that costs that much a year on average ($8,000) service costs off warranty excluding insurance etc which I don't know whether it's bad luck or off warranty problem... so anyways however, I'm very sensitive on the interior and if you see my current car, you'd be amazed as it looks like new. However, it cost me a lot to service unfortunately, because ever sinse the non expandable 3 year warranty of the vehicle expired here in the middle east, I've been literally screwed from the service, so what do you think and does ferrari warranty, which can be expanded for up to 9 years here, cover gas pedal abuse aka revving abuse and control arm or whatever damage occurs from overtaking.
P.S. NOT drifting & NO burnouts, but just abusing the gas pedal to produce their beautiful noises and my extreme pessimism of breaking is only a worse case scenario and "abuse" is a relative term for I consider my self a softy but just in case, I'm saying "abuse" and to me the speed limit is imposed for average cars so why comply? as a good rule of thumb is: [speed in a sports car = max speed * 1.4] and hopefully in a ferrari I'd multiply that by 1.6 as a good rule of thumb.
BTW there is only a 5% chance of me getting a 599 and an F430 is outdated so I'm really "just dreaming" and a newer G63 is more realistic
Last edited by Abdulaziz; 02-21-2014 at 11:21 AM.