Those are not man maths that I could live with either.When looking to place an order for a Roma a few months back, I worked on a purchase price of £200k, and then receiving circa £110k back after 3 years and 10k miles. So, a cost of £30k per year.
Over that period and mileage, servicing costs would be low, and the car would be under warranty for any failures.
But it's the equivalent of buying, say, a California T now at about £90K and then throwing it in the bin in three years time. And when viewed like that, it doesn't make a lot of sense. Hence I've postponed my order.
90k for 10k miles?
That’s £9/mile! That would cost me £450 to get to work and back every day, plus fuel!
I’d much rather be the man that buys it for 110k and 10k miles, and sells it 3 years later (still in warranty, it’s 7 years?) for 90k.
Even then, still too rich for me.
I need to work harder!
Roma is a nice car, but it’s not that nice.