Used Lamborghini Huracan Cars in Scotland

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Lamborghini Huracan 5.2 V10 640 STO 2dr Auto Coupe +19
5.2 V10 640 STO 2dr Auto

2022

Semi-Auto

20.6 mpg

Tax: £165

Mileage: 300

Petrol

Lamborghini Huracan 5.2 V10 640 STO 2dr Auto Coupe +19
5.2 V10 640 STO 2dr Auto

2022

Semi-Auto

20.6 mpg

Tax: £165

Mileage: 1,438

Petrol

Lamborghini Huracan LP 640-4 Performante 2dr LDF C +19
LP 640-4 Performante 2dr LDF

2018

Semi-Auto

27.4 mpg

Tax: £165

Mileage: 2,500

Petrol

Lamborghini Huracan EVO Spyder Convertible 2021, 3 +7
EVO Spyder

2021

Automatic

Mileage: 3,121

Petrol

Lamborghini Huracan 5.2 V10 640 STO Coupe 2022, 34 +7
5.2 V10 640 STO

2022

Automatic

20.6 mpg

Tax: £165

Mileage: 3,435

Petrol

Lamborghini Huracan 5.2 V10 640 2dr Auto AWD Coupe +19
5.2 V10 640 2dr Auto AWD

2020

Semi-Auto

20.3 mpg

Tax: £165

Mileage: 3,555

Petrol

Lamborghini Huracan 5.2 V10 640 2dr Auto AWD Conve +19
5.2 V10 640 2dr Auto AWD

2020

Semi-Auto

20.0 mpg

Tax: £165

Mileage: 4,150

Petrol

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Lamborghini Huracan EVO RWD Spyder Roadster 2021, +7
EVO RWD Spyder

2021

Automatic

Mileage: 4,507

Petrol

Lamborghini Huracan 5.2 V10 640 2dr Auto AWD Coupe +19
5.2 V10 640 2dr Auto AWD

2020

Semi-Auto

20.3 mpg

Tax: £165

Mileage: 5,721

Petrol

Lamborghini Huracan LP 640-4 Performante 2dr LDF C +19
LP 640-4 Performante 2dr LDF

2019

Semi-Auto

19.9 mpg

Tax: £165

Mileage: 5,997

Petrol

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Why buy a used Lamborghini Huracan LP with Exchange and Mart?

Ferruccio Lamborghini was a man of straightforward aspirations. When asked why he set out to build sports cars, his response had a logic that was as true in 1963 as it is today. "It's very simple" he said. "In the past, I have bought some of the most famous Gran Turismo cars and in each of these magnificent machines I have found some faults. Too hot. Or uncomfortable. Or not sufficiently fast. Or not perfectly finished. Now I want to make a GT car without faults. Not a technical bomb. Very normal. Very conventional. But a perfect car." Those words could have been used to describe the ethos of the Lamborghini Huracan. Designed to replace the Gallardo, by far and away the best-selling model in Lamborghini's history, the Huracan looks to bring a newfound accessibility to Sant'Agata's entry-level model. Can Audi's money achieve this without the accompanying accusations of dumbing down the brand? It's a fine line, for sure.

About the Lamborghini Huracan LP

The Lamborghini Huracan is a complex car to sum up. Forget all that nonsense you'll hear car bores spouting about this car being Audi-fied. It's still the best bits of Germany fused with the best bits of Italy and we're all in favour of that. What's a little disconcerting is that this car's biggest market is now China and it's no secret that the car has been tailored for Chinese roads (no bad thing) and Chinese drivers: that's where some have accused the Huracan of becoming a little over-sanitised. That might not be entirely fair. As you'll find after a bit of casual Googling, here in the UK we're pretty good at driving supercars ineptly and a less edgy Lamborghini will certainly find favour. Be under no illusion that the Italians can dial up the ferocity at any point with subsequent hardcore variants. View this is a base point. A beautiful, charismatic and fearsomely quick benchmark that chamfers away a lot of the rough edges of Lamborghini ownership. Road testers who just want to drive sideways might be disappointed but genuine supercar owners are going to absolutely adore the Huracan.

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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.