One thing to clear up: 15K miles is not a lot for a 360. It is entirely up to you, of course, but you have to realise that modern Ferrari's are built to drive. A lot! In Europe, it is difficult to find examples that have less than 15K miles on them, and you pay a large premium on them whereas cars that have driven more will often run better.
In the US you can find lower mileage ones much easier, but even there you will pay a hefty premium.
What you need to decide is this: where on the depreciation curve do I want to buy? Just make sure you don't fall for these myths:
Myth 1: I will buy a low-mileage, recent, example to protect my resale value as I do not intend to drive the car much.
On a modern Ferrari, the premium you pay for the low-mileage and recent year of manufacture will ALWAYS be less than the premium you get on resale. This is because the car is depreciating faster on age and model than it is appreciating on mileage and condition. Myth 2: I need to buy a low-mileage Ferrari to avoid large bills. Ferrari's with high mileage will fall apart
In fact, the opposite is true (up to a point). High-mileage examples, provided that maintenance is not behind schedule, are usually in better mechanical condition than parked-up vehicles. When standing still, a car is deteriorating. A Ferrari needs regular driving up to operating temperature to keep running well. This is true just as much for old ones as it is for new ones, although the new ones can take a beating much better (being driven in rain, snow, and such).
Taking that knowledge into account, I bought a 2000 550 with 14k miles last year. It was enough so that the car was regularly driven (average 2k miles per annum), but not so much that the car didn't look like new. I paid a little premium on it because it was (and is) in spectacular mechanical condition. There was a cheaper 1997 one with only 3,000 miles for sale in Germany, but I preferred what-is-now-mine because it was just very well sorted.
If you are happy to pay extra for the newer, low-mileage version then that is what you must do, and I completely understand that. Just do it for the right reasons: because you want as close to a new one as you can afford. Don't believe the myths that people use as excuses.
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