2012 Ferrari California Price Analysis

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Ferrari California For Sale

2010 Ferrari California For Sale
60 listings starting at $118,826
2012 Ferrari California For Sale
3 Great Deals out of 27 listings starting at $149,900
2013 Ferrari California For Sale
6 Great Deals out of 28 listings starting at $159,900
2014 Ferrari California For Sale
23 listings starting at $196,314

2012 Ferrari California Trims For Sale

2012 Ferrari California Roadster For Sale
3 Great Deals out of 27 listings starting at $149,900

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Instant Market Value: $176,041

Based on 63 listings

Comparable Listings Nationwide

2012 Ferrari California Roadster

Location: Cherry Hill, NJ Price: $176,900 Mileage: 465 miles
  • Bluetooth
  • Leather Seats
  • Navigation System
  • Alloy Wheels

2012 Ferrari California Roadster

Location: Fort Lauderdale, FL Price: $174,900 Mileage: 2,136 miles
  • Navigation System

2012 Ferrari California Roadster

Location: Honolulu, HI Price: $173,549 Mileage: 8,974 miles
  • Navigation System
  • Alloy Wheels

2012 Ferrari California Roadster

Location: Miami, FL Price: $172,900 Mileage: 8,686 miles
  • Navigation System
  • Backup Camera

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2012 Ferrari California Retail Prices

These prices reflect the current national average retail price for 2012 Ferrari California trims at different mileages. They are based on real time analysis of our 2012 Ferrari California listings. We update these prices daily to reflect the current retail prices for a Used 2012 Ferrari California.

Trim MSRP Invoice Instant Market Value
Roadster $218,500 N/A $176,041

MSRP (also known as the sticker price) stands for the Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price. This is the manufacturer's recommended price for the vehicle including optional equipment.

The Invoice Price of a vehicle is the amount that a dealer pays to the manufacturer for the vehicle. The dealer's profit is the difference between MSRP and Invoice plus any manufacturer-to-dealer incentives.