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post #16 of 88 Old 01-24-2019, 09:57 AM
 
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I'm considering buying a 570S from the original owner loaded with exterior carbon fiber pkg with 9,500 miles still under warranty until April of 2019. He is willing to sell to me for 140k but I'm concerned on how much these cars have depreciated already and maintenance cost. I'm just a middle class guy and losing a lot of money would be concerning to me , can anyone shed some light on this, also considering the 2017 R8 Spider with V10 since they look to. Be stabilizing on depreciation Any advice would be helpful
If depreciation is your concern do not get a McLaren, even a used one. A 991.1 Porsche GT3 should be right up your budget. You will lose far less money. And tbh, I find it more visceral than the base 570S. Definitely sounds better.
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For those keeping score, there are now four 2016 570S under $150k (not counting the salvage title one).

The orange one for $149,900 looks amazing! Not ready to buy yet, but it would be perfect.
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Only problem is trying to find a 16 with a clean service history. Haven’t had any luck yet and I’ve tried about 8 times.
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911's are boring to look at and that's from some one who has owned (4) GT3(RS). Mac is SO much more fun and while may not hold value as well, if that is the criteria, but a Prius.

Quit trying to find the bottom that could be 2-3 years away--who knows.

Find something fair and start enjoying it today. The tire kicking stuff is boring and chews up a ton of time. Sitting on the sidelines looking in or driving a hell of a fun car...your choice.
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I'm considering buying a 570S from the original owner loaded with exterior carbon fiber pkg with 9,500 miles still under warranty until April of 2019. He is willing to sell to me for 140k but I'm concerned on how much these cars have depreciated already and maintenance cost. I'm just a middle class guy and losing a lot of money would be concerning to me , can anyone shed some light on this, also considering the 2017 R8 Spider with V10 since they look to. Be stabilizing on depreciation Any advice would be helpful
Hey I just sold my r8 (a little older but manual v10) and am looking to get a 570. I lost about $10k on my r8 over 2-ish years, which is about what I expected.
If I may be so bold... If you're not quite ready to buy just yet, would you mind passing on the 570's seller's contact information? I'm happy to buy directly from the owner and am ready to roll anytime.

Thanks!
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Only problem is trying to find a 16 with a clean service history. Havenít had any luck yet and Iíve tried about 8 times.
Maybe because those cars are not for sale? My '16 570S has an incredibly clean service record, which is why I'm keeping it.
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How much do you think a 16 with only 2k miles is worth? I'm open to letting mine go for the right price. Car is fully PPF'd and has virtually a brand new set of tires.
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How much do you think a 16 with only 2k miles is worth? I'm open to letting mine go for the right price. Car is fully PPF'd and has virtually a brand new set of tires.
$155-$159k based on current comps. There is one here locally for $157k with 4k miles. More than it will be worth in 6 months. I expect to see more 570S offered for sale this year as they hit 3 years old.
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You want to get a car with the extended warranty. You may balk at the cost of coverage, but these are expensive cars, and while you may get a deal on a car and only pay $150K for a car. Remember new it cost much more and parts are expensive. Not sure where you live but McPhilly has a bunch of 570S's around $150 Heck they have a 12C for $110K
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To be clear these cars, any cars are foolish purchases. No-one in their right mind is buying someone that will be worth 30-50% less in a few years. This is an indulgence plain and simple. Yes Porsches and Ferraris depreciate slightly slower, but in the end it is a matter of supply and demand. When the model is new and the car is HOT prices are high and stable, a few years old is yesterdays news and there are deals to be had. I have found most McLaren dealers are very willing to work with customers and they do go out of their way to make the ownership of the cars a good experience. Get the best car that is within your budget. there are a few updates to the '18's vs the '17's that deal with the dash screen but all in all they are great cars. If you want the best of BOTH worlds, look for a 570GT with the Sport Package (570S brakes, suspension settings, and steering rack) basically a 570s with more luggage space. I bought mine from Miller Motorcars in September and it now has almost 3,000 miles on it. Every time I drive it I say WOW!
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There are now 4 570S for $150k or less. Lowest price is $148,800.
Total of 23 570S under $160k.
Lowest price for a 2017 is $154,950.

2017 models seem to be the best value currently.
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There are now 4 570S for $150k or less. Lowest price is $148,800.
Total of 23 570S under $160k.
Lowest price for a 2017 is $154,950.

2017 models seem to be the best value currently.
So what are you buying?
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So what are you buying?
I'm going to drive one next month at Exotics Racing and then decide. 2017 570S looks like the way to go if I decide to get one. Could be as soon as this fall.
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I paid $180k for mine through the dealer, 2018 570s. Was a demo for 1,100 miles, is Mclaren Orange and comes with the track pack. $226k original sticker.

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