THE REAL COST OF BUYING A LAMBORGHINI ON FINANCE!!

THE REAL COST OF BUYING A LAMBORGHINI ON FINANCE!!
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Visiting 2 new Grange Lamborghini dealerships in the UK discussing Lamborghini finance. Massive thank you to Grange Cars as always and Magnitude Finance for supplying the info!
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26 Replies to “THE REAL COST OF BUYING A LAMBORGHINI ON FINANCE!!”

  1. Jordan K

    Tried the Magnitude Finance calculator, and couldn't for the life of me get it to work. When I enter the Reg, it just doesn't go anywhere and I am unable to continue. Tried with at least 10 different registrations.

  2. JustinsSupercars

    I don't understand why nobody talks about the truth. The truth is that about 90% of these cars are being leased through a company in order to safe MASSIVE taxes. You can lease a Lamborghini over up to 6 years I believe. At least here in Germany. Only 10% of people actually BUY the car. Like straight up cash. Only really REALLY wealthy people can do that. So the reality is that most Lamborghinis are not even bought. If you really have to think about the price and calculate finance and stupid things like that you probably can't really afford a car like that AT ALL.

  3. spooky x

    He's thick as pig's shit thinking of buying it to pay off the interest only like YouTube is going to give him a bouns because he's got a Lamborghini lol 😂😂

  4. Thai Bug G

    You talk about the £745 per month interest only deal as if that's what it's going to cost BUT what about the £50,000.00 deposit required.
    I'd like to know the total costings after say 24months of driving to asses the actual cost?
    24x £745 = £17,880.00 plus circa £40,000.00 loss from depreciation.
    Total costs for 24months ownership excluding insurance & runnings costs = £57,880.00

    divide this by 24 to give you a monthy cost/loss of £2,411.66 or £79.29 per day for 730 consecutive days.

    Not so cheap is it?

  5. Jacob Capon

    some people have to realize that 700 a month is pocket change for some people. For example I have a friend who earns 300K+ a month, that 700 or even 50K deposit won't hurt his pocket lol as he earns that back with 1 week. if your an average person you for sure should not be doing this hahaha. work hard earn hard, and people who think it are stupid investments that's right, but what's the point of making money in the first place if you don't spend and enjoy while keeping a good amount? average people live of 2-3k a month so someone who earns 5+ figures has nothing to worry about as long as it stays balanced of course

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