When would you expect a 2005 F430 to bottom in price?

Asked by Aug 26, 2014 at 03:09 PM about the Ferrari F430

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

Assuming the car is kept in top condition and few miles put on it, when would a 2005
F430 reach its lowest price level?

2 Answers

104,285

If you stay strictly with the book values it will reach that at it's 20th year. But if you factor in inflation and the demand for these cars used their value will then start to climb back up a few years after that.

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Do your research and find the car you like and then do your due diligence on it. If the car is right then go for it. You can be driving and enjoying the car rather than sitting around waiting for it to "hit rock bottom". You never know what tomorrow will bring.

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