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Lamborghini is an Italian car manufacturer known for its luxury sports cars. A new Lambo is the ultimate status symbol — and it’ll come with the price tag to prove it. Luckily, there are a few ways to finance one of these supercars.
If you’re looking to get behind the wheel of a Lamborghini, you have four financing options to choose from:
As with all loans, the rates and terms you qualify for will depend on your credit history and personal financial situation.
While Lamborghini doesn’t offer any special discounts on its luxury cars, it does have a special Ad Personam program that allows you to customize your new Huracán or Aventador to meet your unique tastes. You can choose from over 200 exterior color options — from solid and metallic hues to glitter pearlescent and matte shades. And inside your new Lambo, you can personalize the details by creating a custom color, choosing alternative leather materials and opting for hand-stitched logos on the seats.
You can get a new Lamborghini for as low as $200,000, but expect to pay much, much more for an imported or limited edition car. Here are the manufacturer suggested retail prices (MSRPs) for Lamborghini’s models:
Yes, Lamborgini offers a standard three-year, unlimited mileage warranty on all new models that covers everything from the powertrain to the seats. On top of this, its new models also come with a 12-year warranty against rust and corrosion. Longer warranties are available for purchase.
A Lamborghini is known as one of the ultimate status symbols, and it’s easy to see why. If you’re lucky enough to be seriously considering a new Lambo, shop around to make sure you’re getting the best deal on financing. With a car that pricey, even a small difference in APR can save you thousands in the long run.
Check out our guide to car loans to compare lenders and learn more about the car-buying process.
Picture: dimcars, Shutterstock and Lamborghini’s official page
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