All newer Ferraris depreciate, the exceptions being the F50s, Enzos and other very limited production runs (500 or less). I believe even some F40s have depreciated. Older Ferraris it is hard to say if they have appreciated or not.
Yes I figured the new units would depreciate like any other vehicle (probably not as severe) but I'm curious because over the years I've seen the used Ferrari market rollercoaster quite abit (also when I convinced my wife that we are buying a Ferrari, I might have used the word "investment") :lol:
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