How Much Does It Cost To Maintain A Ferrari F430?

There was a time when only millionaires could put a Ferrari F430 on their shopping list, but depreciation has made the 458 Italia’s predecessor more affordable.

Priced from roughly €70,000 ($77,500) on the used car market today, it is now within reach of people who would normally spend that kind of money on an executive saloon or coupe.

This guy went with his guts and after many nights of documentation and a thorough search, finally saw his name written the F430’s papers, but before making a deposit with a local dealer that had it in stock, he had it checked out and found that it needs new clutch, tires, spark plugs, filters and fluids.

These may not be steep on the average family wagon or SUV, but on a Ferrari they do cost between $10,000 and $15,000, which the future owner did not have to pay, as the dealer changed them all before purchase.

Depending on what someone wants to do with their used Ferrari F430, the man recommends checking out both manual and automated manual gearbox versions, even if the prior cost around $20,000 more, and if track days are a must, then the carbon ceramic brakes will be greatly appreciated.


  • Mokes Oz

    Great video

  • Mind Synthetic

    juice head much, i express myself with my hand in your face

  • General. Koofta

    well made and helpful video

  • smartacus

    buddy of mine knows someone with an F430. It’s a maintenance nightmare.
    He said even the taillight keeps falling out and being repaired.
    But there is ZERO understeer in that car. Point And Shoot

  • Red_Light_Green_Light_123

    What’s the story behind having no driver’s side door around 5:05?

  • thunder bolt

    did anyone else realize that the interior is recorded in a Mclaren?

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