MC20 Pricing?

Masser50

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So any one seen the MC20 pricing, namely the cost of options? I ask as you won’t realistically be able to buy a ‘nil’ optioned car.
 

Chrisb2015

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Yep, £220k gets you a realistically specified car without loads of unnecessary tat. This is the figure most are being sold for according to a dealer I spoke to. So about £30k of options.

Interestingly the anticipated residuals were released last week and it’s not pretty unfortunately.
 

Masser50

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Interested to hear resids?

Makes sense, a friend advised he had spec’d one earlier this year and it was AUD 60k (before any taxes, all in it adds another 30% here) to the imaginary ‘base price’ we see in the magazines.

Breakdown excluding taxes was roughly the following;
  • Triple layer paint $19k, think they all are triple layer.
  • Alarm, blind spot, dimmer and folding mirrors $7k
  • Nose lift $6k
  • carbon engine cover $9k
  • coloured brake calipers $2k
  • heated seats and premium leather $2k
  • cresting on seats $1.5k
  • corsa forged wheels $9k, std birdcage wheels are $3k.
The above excludes any external carbon options and any black roof option, and the carbon backed race seat option was $40k on its own

A fairly basic optioned MC20 is min $550k, including taxes and onroads, but most are probably closer to $600-650k.
 

Doohickey

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I went to see the one on UK tour at the weekend and the salesman said they have had orders for 3. All have the external carbon pack which is £30k on its own and all three are north of £250k. First one is due next month.

I don't think this is that unusual in this market place - options on all these high end cars are eye watering but that's how they make money. Ferrari has been doing it for years and if someone is buying a car at this level they want an element of individuality.
 

Devonboy

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Yep, £220k gets you a realistically specified car without loads of unnecessary tat. This is the figure most are being sold for according to a dealer I spoke to. So about £30k of options.

Interestingly the anticipated residuals were released last week and it’s not pretty unfortunately.
tell us more about the residuals….
 

Chrisb2015

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On a £218k car they have the residual at £72k after 48 months……

Interestingly no PCP option, LP only which tells you a lot about their confidence in the values and who they want the risk sat with.
 

gb-gta

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Not a chance of 72k in 4 years.
Unless of course Maserati can’t be bothered producing spares for it after 3 years :)
 

Cyclone1

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With the current market pricing forcing used car prices high and with new cars scarce, then £72k over 48 months could be feasible. Year 1 post release in the current climate will ensure prices of the MC20 stay high, especially with demand outstripping build slots. Therefore if you want one now or in the next 12 months, you need to be prepared to pay the associated premium.

In the current climate of high disposable incomes it ticks a lot of boxes. Niche, desirable, bespoke and getting rave reviews. Highly likely to outperform previous new Maserati’s financially……
 
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dickygrace

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I reckon if you did 20k miles in one in 4 years you’d get at least £140k back for it, that’s a nice £68k back in your bank, let’s see…
 

dickygrace

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On a £218k car they have the residual at £72k after 48 months……

Interestingly no PCP option, LP only which tells you a lot about their confidence in the values and who they want the risk sat with.
They’re certain that they’re going to be in pocket from it. The lender knows there’s no chance of it being worth anywhere less than that but they get to keep it and sell it for double, there is no option to purchase. I know a friend who’s just had to hand an M5 back and he wishes he could’ve just paid the final payment and own it. It’s worth £20k more than the residual figure.
 

Chrisb2015

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They’re certain that they’re going to be in pocket from it. The lender knows there’s no chance of it being worth anywhere less than that but they get to keep it and sell it for double, there is no option to purchase. I know a friend who’s just had to hand an M5 back and he wishes he could’ve just paid the final payment and own it. It’s worth £20k more than the residual figure.
£72k was the final payment, I am pretty sure there was the option to buy.
 

dickygrace

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£72k was the final payment, I am pretty sure there was the option to buy.
You said lease only, no PCP, that means there isn’t the option to buy. Unless it’s a lease purchase which then means you have to buy it at the end.
 
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dickygrace

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Hi Richard, I said no PCP with LP (lease purchase) the only option in my original post. Thanks
Sorry. My mistake, lease purchase is their only option? It’s usually a lease, not a lease purchase. I think they’ve got the risk back to front.
 

bigbob

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They are just being careful with the initial LP quote. Given most people roll these cars into another or similar (typically early in the term) then the actual value does not really matter especially as it is not a GFV. Mind it makes the initial deposit and/or the monthlies very scary. Agree it will be worth an easy £100k+ in the trade at four years. Obviously a lease forces them to estimate a four year trade value so that will be interesting.

As an aside is anyone getting indicative pricing on the new GranTurismo yet other than just personal guessing?
 

conaero

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The new GT will be more expensive than the last one and built half as well at a guess
 

bigbob

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The new GT will be more expensive than the last one and built half as well at a guess
Yep £95k for the last one looks good value now. £130/140k? If so too much for me new but still interested to know. If the suspension bushes improved then I could live with quality issues elsewhere....oh and Maserati dealers not charging £2k for new front brakes.