Used Ferrari 575M Cars in Scotland

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Ferrari 575M F1 FULL FERRARI S/H SUPERB Coupe 2003 +19
Ferrari 575M £84,990
F1 FULL FERRARI S/H SUPERB
Inc VAT
Finance from £1999 per month

2003

Automatic

Tax: £315

Mileage: 23,000

Petrol

Ferrari 575M Superamerica 2dr Other 2007, 6500 mil
Ferrari 575M £279,950
Superamerica 2dr

2007

Manual

13.0 mpg

Tax: £600

Mileage: 6,500

Petrol

Ferrari 575M 5.7 MARANELLO 2d 515 BHP Coupe 2002,
Ferrari 575M £99,950
5.7 MARANELLO 2d 515 BHP

2002

Manual

Tax: £360

Mileage: 11,907

Petrol

Ferrari 575M F1 Coupe 2003, 19000 miles, £77995
Ferrari 575M £77,995
F1

2003

Automatic

Tax: £360

Mileage: 19,000

Petrol

Ferrari 575M V12 Maranello Coupe 2003, 23800 miles
Ferrari 575M £93,950
V12 Maranello

2003

Automatic

Mileage: 23,800

Petrol

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Ferrari 575M FERRARI Saloon 2005, 41112 miles, £79
Ferrari 575M £79,990
FERRARI

2005

Automatic

Tax: £360

Mileage: 41,112

Petrol

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Why buy a used Ferrari 575M Maranello with Exchange and Mart?

Slotting chronologically between the hallowed 550 Maranello and the similarly lauded 599GTB is the Ferrari that history will probably gloss over. The 575M is at its best with GTC handling pack and F1 gearshift but this is a good but not great Ferrari. It doesn't do a whole lot that a BMW M6 can't better for less. The 550 Maranello was a sparkling return to form for Ferrari, reviving the days of the big, brutish front-engined sportster. Introduced in 1996, it was beginning to look a little tired by 2002 but the replacement was an evolutionary model that softened the 550's edge and which never captured the public's imagination. What's more, the 575M lasted just over three years before it was phased out, eventually 'replaced' by the hugely impressive 599GTB. If you liked the 550 but hanker after a newer car, the 575M is certainly not without its appeal, especially when fitted with the GTC handling pack. Here's how to find a decent used example.

About the Ferrari 575M Maranello

The Ferrari 575M Maranello needs the GTC Handling Pack and an F1 gearbox if it's to make decent money and thus equipped it feels like the sports car it always should have been. Without the pack, it has to be said that a low mileage 550 Maranello is a more satisfying thing. Take care and don't be put off by multiple owner cars.

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.

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