How much is a 2013 Ferrari 458 Italia?

2013 Ferrari 458 Italia Retail Prices

Trim MSRP Invoice
Coupe RWD $233,509 $198,483
Spider RWD $257,412 $218,800

How much does a 2013 Ferrari cost?

With a starting price around $200,000, the Ferrari California is actually the least expensive among the Prancing Horse’s 2013 models – and one with a dual nature.

How much does a Ferrari 458 Italia cost?

That said, the Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) for a 2015 Ferrari 458 Italia starts at about $245,000, and the drop-top 458 Spider is just under the $270,000 mark.

How reliable is the Ferrari California?

Considering the California is used everyday by the majority of its owners, reliability has been good. There have been a few issues with the electric folding roof and boot, but a quick sensor fix by a dealer will sort this.

How much does a Ferrari 458 cost?

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What’s the top speed of a Ferrari 458 Spider?

Ferrari claims the 458 Italia has a top speed of 202 mph while the 458 Spider convertible manages 199 mph. A seven-speed dual-clutch transmission is controlled only by paddle shifters on the racing-inspired steering wheel, and dual electronic gauges frame a center tachometer. Because the engine sits behind the seats,…

What kind of safety features does the Ferrari 458 have?

On the safety front, every 458 includes four airbags and performance-tailored traction and stability control. Among the 458’s more exclusive options are 4-point seatbelts, carbon-fiber racing seats, a 1,000-watt premium audio system by JBL, and carbon-fiber body pieces. Like most exotic supercars, the Ferrari 458 is highly customizable.

Is the Ferrari 458 Spider the Holy Grail?

And for those who seek an all-out assault on the senses, the 458 Spider is widely considered the Holy Grail of open-top motoring.