Used Ferrari 458 Cars in Scotland

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Ferrari 458 4.5 Spider F1 DCT Euro 5 2dr Outstandi +19
Ferrari 458 £197,950
4.5 Spider F1 DCT Euro 5 2dr Outstanding Example

2015

Automatic

21.2 mpg

Tax: £630

Mileage: 8,663

Petrol

Ferrari 458 4.5 Spider Auto Seq 2dr MOST POPULAR F +19
Ferrari 458 £142,880
4.5 Spider Auto Seq 2dr MOST POPULAR FERRARI IN THE UK
Inc VAT

2012

Automatic

Mileage: 34,000

Petrol

Ferrari 458 Coupe 2015, 150 miles, £299999
Ferrari 458 £299,999

2015

Automatic

Mileage: 150

Petrol

Ferrari 458 Coupe 2014, 203 miles, £299950
Ferrari 458 £299,950

2014

Automatic

Mileage: 203

Petrol

Ferrari 458 SPIDER Coupe 2014, 2500 miles, £199000
Ferrari 458 £199,000
SPIDER

2014

Automatic

Mileage: 2,500

Petrol

Ferrari 458 Speciale 2dr Auto Coupe 2015, 2900 mil
Ferrari 458 £389,995
Speciale 2dr Auto

2015

Automatic

21.2 mpg

Tax: £630

Mileage: 2,900

Petrol

Ferrari 458 Spider 2dr Auto Other 2014, 4933 miles
Ferrari 458 £209,990
Spider 2dr Auto

2014

Automatic

21.2 mpg

Tax: £630

Mileage: 4,933

Petrol

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Ferrari 458 Coupe 2014, 5000 miles, £275000
Ferrari 458 £275,000

2014

Automatic

Mileage: 5,000

Petrol

Ferrari 458 Convertible 2015, 5499 miles, £199995
Ferrari 458 £199,995

2015

Automatic

Mileage: 5,499

Petrol

Ferrari 458 Coupe 2015, 7250 miles, £264950
Ferrari 458 £264,950

2015

Automatic

Mileage: 7,250

Petrol

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Why buy a used Ferrari 458 with Exchange and Mart?

When it comes to supercars in the early part of the 21st century, this one is everybody's benchmark, Ferrari's 458. From its launch in 2010, it occupied a different league of excitement, occasion and desirability from most of its competitors, whether in coupe or Spider convertible form. And of course, it's from a brand with a heritage second to none. That said, for a company with such a rich tradition, Ferrari isn't big on nostalgia for the sake of it. Blending effectiveness with emotion is what this car is all about. Quite frankly, nobody does it better.

About the Ferrari 458

Rumour has it that when McLaren was developing its MP4-12C supercar just after the turn of the century, it had a couple of Ferrari F430s in as benchmark comparison models. The British engineers stripped these down, re-built them and made sure that their car would knock Ferrari's finest into the middle of next week. There was only one problem. They used the wrong benchmark. Nobody, you see, in Woking - nobody in the supercar industry - was quite prepared for just what a massive step forward the F430's replacement, this car, the 458 Italia, would prove to be. Apparently it all went a little quiet at McLaren back in 2010 the first time they got hold of a car for appraisal. The supercar game, they realised, was tougher than it at first seemed. This 458 proved to be one of those rare 'right first time' designs. You see, what Ferrari understands - and some of its rivals have yet to grasp - is that with building a supercar, 90% of the challenge is getting the intangibles right. The styling detail, the sound, the tactile feel, heck, even the smell. In this car, every one of these things is exactly as it should be, which is why this model established itself so firmly as a benchmark in the supercar sector in its period. It's as charismatic and exciting as every Ferrari should be, but better built, higher-tech and more beautifully appointed than any of Maranello's V8 supercars from the past. These were stepping stones to the model you really aspired to but this one is a journeys' end in itself if a classic Ferrari is what you've always wanted. More extreme machines have rolled from the Modena factory gates, but few of them have been faster than this one and none have been easier to drive or more daily usable. It's this blending of practicality with such pure operatic drama that makes the 458 what it is. Drive this and in comparison, a McLaren MP4 feels like a domestic appliance, a Porsche 911 hopelessly outgunned and a Lamborghini Gallardo positively ancient. In truth nothing really comes close. Because in truth, nothing is ever quite like a Ferrari.

Representative finance example

If your borrow amount is £7,000 with a deposit of £1,000, a selected term of 48 months, at a representative APR of 15.9% (fixed) and an annual fixed interest rate of 15.9%, you would pay £166.52 per month. Total charge for credit would be £1,992.93 and total amount repayable is £7,992.96.