How much is a new Ferrari California?

How much is a new Ferrari California?

With a Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of $198,973 and a delivery charge of $3,750, the 2017 Ferrari California T costs $202,723.

How much is a 2011 Ferrari California?

Ferrari California: The Details The Ferrari California sees no changes for 2011. Starting at $192,000, the California comes with a 4.3-liter V8 and either a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic or six-speed manual transmission.

How much is a 2010 Ferrari California?

About the 2010 Ferrari California

Convertible Original MSRP/Price Transmission
California 2dr Conv $192000 7-Speed Shiftable Automatic

Is the Ferrari California a good car?

What’s the used Ferrari California sports like? Despite being heavier than most Ferraris – thanks to its convertible roof – the California is great to drive. The steering is accurate and the body control excellent, while the ride is comfortable enough to make this a great cruiser, too.

Is a Ferrari California a supercar?

Ferrari California T. Both are supercars that will turn heads throughout Chicagoland, but their specs differ.

How much is a 2011 Ferrari?

About the 2011 Ferrari 458 Italia

Coupe Original MSRP/Price City MPG / Hwy MPG
458 Italia 2dr Cpe $225325 12 / 18

How much is a 2009 Ferrari?

About the 2009 Ferrari F430

Coupe Original MSRP/Price Engine
430 2dr Cpe $186925 8 Cylinder
430 2dr Cpe Scuderia $281618 8 Cylinder

How much does a 2008 Ferrari cost?

About the 2008 Ferrari F430

Convertible Original MSRP/Price Horsepower
430 2dr Convertible Spider $217310 490

Why are Ferrari Californias so cheap?

Because Ferraris are priced based on demand, not based on the cost of manufacture. The California T is explicitly intended to be the “starter Ferrari” for the first-time buyer, or maybe the daily-driver Ferrari for a repeat customer who already has a higher-performance model in the garage.

What’s wrong with the Ferrari California?

There has been one recall for the California, regarding its crankshaft. It wasn’t manufactured properly and could suffer thermal and dynamic stress as a result. Make sure this work has been completed. Considering the California is used everyday by the majority of its owners, reliability has been good.

How much does a Ferrari cost in 2013?

With a starting price around $200,000, the Ferrari California is actually the least expensive among the Prancing Horse’s 2013 models – and one with a dual nature. A retractable hardtop roof that transforms the California from coupe to convertible and an automatic transmission also make it one of the easiest Ferraris to live with on a daily basis.

How much does a Ferrari California 30 convertible cost?

The 2013 Ferrari California 30 convertible carries a Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) starting at just over $203,000, including destination fees and gas-guzzler tax.

What kind of engine does a 2013 Ferrari California have?

Engine & Transmission The mid-front-mounted 4.3-liter V8 engine in the 2013 California has now been tuned to send 490 horsepower to the rear wheels. At the same time, this Ferrari convertible is slightly more fuel-efficient, returning a combined 16 mpg vs. the previous 15-mpg rating.

Is the Ferrari California the least expensive Ferrari?

Although the California is the least expensive Ferrari, its price is steep even among its rarefied air. A very well-equipped Mercedes-Benz SL can be had for less, as can an Audi R8 Spyder and Maserati GranTurismo convertible.