Perhaps not over the first two years, as Ferrari has established practices with their dealers to keep residuals high during that timeframe. I would compare over the entire product lifecycle, the last of which would have been the 430, for example. Obviously it depends on how long you intend to lease the car. But if that is say 4 years, then look at how much, by percentage, a first model year 430 lost by the end of 4 years and I believe that would be as good an estimate as any.Wow you really think they will hold there value as strong as the 458's?
Is it your opinion that most buyers have paid sticker for their vehicle?
I believe I can purchase a brand new one for $10k off sticker and wanted to see if that was a worthy deal.