2019 Ferrari Portofino
- Starting MSRP: $215,000
- Build: Coupe
- City/highway MPG: 16/22
Ferrari has been crafting luxury sports cars since 1940. If you’re looking to add one to your collection, you can choose between financing from a luxury car loan provider or directly through an authorized dealership.
Because of Ferrari’s high price tags, you’ll need a luxury car loan to purchase one. While this limits the lenders you can turn to, you’ll find that interest rates tend to be lower than with traditional car loans because of your vehicle’s value.
In addition, you can also browse personal loans secured by a savings account or investment portfolio. These also typically come with competitive rates, though your lender may have special requirements if you plan on using your funds to buy a Ferrari.
Beyond these two options, you also have the choice to buy or lease your car directly through Ferrari Financial Services:
As with any type of loan, the rates and terms you qualify for will depend on your credit history and personal financial situation.
Ferrari Financial Services doesn’t have an online application. To get started, you’ll need to contact an authorized Ferrari dealership to inquire about your financing options.
To locate a Ferrari dealership near you, head to the Ferrari site and enter your location to find a dealer in your area.
Use our comparison table for a side-by-side view of available lenders to help you get behind the wheel of a new Ferrari. Select up to four loan providers at once.
Ferrari doesn’t offer any special discounts, but it does have a Ferrari Collectors Program. This allows you to take out a loan or line of credit secured by the equity you own in a single Ferrari or a collection of Ferraris. Visit Ferrari’s website for more information on how to borrow.
For Ferrari’s base models, you can expect to pay anywhere from $215,000 to over $600,000. How much you ultimately pay will depend on the features you add to your car and the destination fee, among other factors.
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Yes — all new Ferraris come standard with a three-year, unlimited-mileage warranty as well as a seven-year free maintenance program that begins on the purchase date. You also have the option to purchase the 15-year extended warranty — known as the Power15. Available for both new and preowned Ferraris, it covers your vehicle’s primary mechanical components.
Ferrari offers two programs to current owners looking to use their vehicle or collection as collateral for a loan or line of credit:
Use your loan or line of credit for almost any legitimate purpose — from purchasing a classic Ferrari to investing in a business venture.
Ready to invest in a new Ferrari? Browse your luxury car loan options to find the best deal available to you.
What is Ferrari’s certified preowned (CPO) program?
Ferrari’s CPO offers a variety of new and previous-year models.
When will the Ferrari Portofino be available?
The Portofino’s availability varies by location. To get information on its launch and events, submit an inquiry form on the Portofino page on Ferrari’s website.
How can I contact Ferrari?
Email its customer care team at email@example.com or call either of its toll-free numbers at 877-933-7727 or 877-933-77274.
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