Our Community is 705,000 Strong. Join Us.


How much for a 360?


Ludovico
06-30-2003, 01:16 PM
How much does a brand new Modena cost?

Neutrino
07-01-2003, 07:10 AM
i believe in the US is around ~150K

S Brake
07-01-2003, 01:28 PM
I think the MSRP is about 150k or a little above that but you'll be lucky if you can find a new one for msrp.

FerrariDude355F1
07-02-2003, 09:52 PM
A loaded 2003 360 Modena Coupe with all options including F1 is 180,000 MSRP.

Luetic
07-05-2003, 11:26 PM
may be the msrp, but you cant touch one for anywhere close to that. More like around 250k. Heck, used they sell for 160-200.

Ludovico
07-06-2003, 12:06 PM
This car is ridiculously overpriced.

reciprokal
07-08-2003, 04:26 PM
overprcied?

lol... what do u expect?... it is a "Ferrari".....

wantXotics
08-03-2003, 12:18 AM
I wish I could afford one soooooo bad. I'm young, so I guess I still have time to save and purchase 1.

BUT does anyone know any place hiring, or know where I can go to work, which pays the money to afford these!!?? I'm still not %100 sure what to take up in college or what to do, but I really want to own a luxury car, SUV/H2 (either or), and an exotic (ferrari or lambo) in the future...so I was wondering if anyone could help me out with that?! Ha, if you can - great, awesome and let me know!

(What do you guys do that own these cars and/or multiple cars that arent real cheap?)

arthur12187
08-04-2003, 02:47 PM
thats half the problem with ferrari! there getting expensive, and they dont look like a classic! like the daytonas, dinos, 250 gto, etc, etc ,etc!

ETW 355
08-05-2003, 02:01 AM
How much would a used one be thats maybe a few years old?

madplaye2
08-13-2003, 04:04 PM
Originally posted by wantXotics
I wish I could afford one soooooo bad. I'm young, so I guess I still have time to save and purchase 1.

BUT does anyone know any place hiring, or know where I can go to work, which pays the money to afford these!!?? I'm still not %100 sure what to take up in college or what to do, but I really want to own a luxury car, SUV/H2 (either or), and an exotic (ferrari or lambo) in the future...so I was wondering if anyone could help me out with that?! Ha, if you can - great, awesome and let me know!

(What do you guys do that own these cars and/or multiple cars that arent real cheap?)


This question is almost to stupid to answer, but here goes, I would say someone making 50k a year in disposable income (about 25 bucks an hour) could afford a Modena but you would have to use nearly all your income on the car and insurance. Iím sure most people who buy them (comfortably that is) make well into 250k plus a year. It's not very probable that someone under 25 or so could realistically get one by himself. Plus Iím sure the insurance company would laugh if a 20 something year old called and asked how much would it cost to insure my new Ferrari 360 Modena, LOL.... JMHO.

OSUKristenGS-R
10-21-2003, 06:16 PM
lol... sure, I'll tell you the secret to affording a Modena before you graduate college.... you win the lottery, and you win it BIG. Seriously now, I'm not trying to bust your bubble, but simply going to college wouldn't get you an income high enough to afford living plus driving a Modena- you'd have to go for your MBA, then probably a PhD, then land a job that pays at least $250,000/year. If you want to try this path, choose a major like brain surgery, rocket science, or world domination :screwy:

As for the actual prices on Modenas, I know that the 360s do in fact run for about a quarter of a million bucks. Gently used Modenas that are a couple of years old can generally be found for around $150K. At least thats what EbayMotors tells me. Check it out for yourself. Link to Modenas for sale on Ebay (http://search.ebaymotors.com/search/search.dll?cgiurl=http%3A%2F%2Fcgi.ebay.com%2Febay motors%2Fws%2F&MfcISAPICommand=GetResult&query=modena&SortProperty=MetaEndSort&ebaytag1=ebayreg&category0=6000&st=2&s_partnerid=2%26category2%3D6211%26siteid%3D100%26 categorymap%3D6001&BasicSearch=&from=R2&catref=C3)

haithman
07-20-2004, 01:36 AM
Become an Investment Banker. Go to Wharton (What I want to do) or Harvard Biz and land a job at Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, Merril Lynch, Lehman Bros., or UBS.
You wont believe the amount of money floating around these places. 4th year analysts making like 300k base salary plus like 600k BONUS at the end of the year.
Hard work, loong hours, no social life.
Read into it

Westworld84
08-02-2004, 02:05 PM
The only real way to afford one is to start your own business. A Ferrari requires long-term maintance, and is not a daily driver if its the only car you own.

bigford550
08-05-2004, 11:29 PM
hey guys i dont post over here often
but one of my custormer has a 04
360 he started it up and let my sit in it
that was one of the greatest feelings
ever the power at my foot was wild
point of this is that the guy own's
18 or 20 major car dealerships on long island
iam talking ford,chevy,toyota,lexus and porsche
i transport a few cars from time to time for him
man that 360 is hott!!!

Westworld84
10-07-2004, 10:23 AM
Become an Investment Banker. Go to Wharton (What I want to do) or Harvard Biz and land a job at Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, Merril Lynch, Lehman Bros., or UBS.
You wont believe the amount of money floating around these places. 4th year analysts making like 300k base salary plus like 600k BONUS at the end of the year.
Hard work, loong hours, no social life.
Read into it

Is this even today, with stocks down and that? I want to start my own business.

Add your comment to this topic!