What is today the market for the Ferrari 360 Modena and the Ferrari F430? What rates should you expect? Are they going up or down? On TheFerrarista.com we follow their evolution since 2010, allowing you to get a significant history to detect trends.
Reminder on the methodology of the study
The data presented in this study are, for the French market, from the site La Centrale and, for the European market, from the site Autoscout24. They offer the greatest number of Ferrari ads on each of these markets. Replicas of Ferrari, wrecked cars, imports from the United States ... are removed from the published figures, as any questionable deals at extremely low or high prices, which would not be representative of the market and distord the data. The minimum and maximum rates are present only for information. It is the median price in bold which is representative of the market. This is thes price asked in the ads, not the actual sales prices, which are not known but inevitably lower. Changes in prices are representative of market trends.
The market for Ferrari 360 Modena (1999-2005):
While prices for the Ferrari 360 Modena followed a logical decline since 2010 (latest model), their rates have increased since one year and a half. This increase was global on Ferrari and vintage cars. The rates have not doubled as for other models, but they are still 22% higher than in 2014.
You may notice that some people attempt rates never seen before, for instance 159,990 euros requested for a Ferrari 360 Spider. It is true that this copy has only 4000 kilometers on the odometer.
Regarding the number of copies being for sale, it continues to decline, as often with a model that is becoming older. This means, as members are wrinting on the TheFerrarista.com forum, that it is increasingly difficult to find a nice copy with a complete history and the options of your choice.
|Ferrari 360 Modena 1999-2005||Number France||Min. France||Median France||Max. France||Number Europe||Min. Europe||Median Europe||Max. Europe|
|January 2010||100||60 000||85 000||125 000||314||37 950||87 000||148 480|
|April 2010||125||56 990||85 000||125 000||580||51 000||80 000||160 000|
|September 2010||129||58 900||75 500||119 000||500||42 950||78 500||148 480|
|Janujary 2011||131||54 900||79 000||114 900||469||42 950||74 500||148 480|
|December 2012||138||47 000||62 900||89 000||403||35 000||60 000||148 480|
|August 2013||88||40 000||59 400||80 900||N.A.||N.A.||N.A.||N.A.|
|August 2014||68||43 900||57 280||89 900||N.A.||N.A.||N.A.||N.A.|
|April 2016||55||49 000||69 990||159 990||254||48 950||72 000||148 480|
The market for Ferrari F430 (2005-2009):
While the prices of the Ferrari 360 Modena rose 22% from a year and a half that of the Ferrari F430 has increased "only" 8%. Good news if you bought the Ferrari F430 in 2012: rates have remained the same. You could almost sell it at the same price than purchased.
Note that the prices are higher for manual transmission versions, which is a recent phenomenon. As seen with the Ferrari 360 Modena, the "speculative" increases only recently touched these models compared to other Ferrari, but some copies are at crazy prices (see max column.). But are there really buyers at this price, which is that of a Ferrari 430 Scuderia?
Regarding the Ferrari 430 Scuderia, on LaCentrale you have only 35 ads for the Ferrari F430 but 25 for the Ferrari 430 Scuderia, much less produced (roughly 7 times less). Are there many owners who wish to enjoy the significant increase on the Ferrari 430 Scuderia by selling their copy?
As for the Ferrari 360 Modena, the ads are increasingly rare, though still significant volumes for a Ferrari. It becomes increasingly difficult to find a nice copy with specific options.
|Ferrari F430 2005-2009||Number France||Min. France||Median France||Max. France||Number Europe||Min. Europe||Median Europe||Max. Europe|
|January 2010||150||91 500||140 000||194 900||491||86 700||140 000||255 850|
|April 2010||171||89 900||131 000||180 000||957||78 000||130 000||239 200|
|September 2010||175||91 900||129 000||199 900||843||89 500||129 000||239 200|
|January 2011||177||79 500||124 000||199 900||498||79 500||119 900||217 000|
|December 2012||219||69 900||93 600||139 900||723||53 000||95 000||185 000|
|August 2013||113||64 900||86 000||139 500||N.A.||N.A.||N.A.||N.A.|
|August 2014||106||56 900||87 400||127 900||N.A.||N.A.||N.A.||N.A.|
|April 2016||35||70 000||94 500||195 000||282||60 000||98 000||200 000|
What thoughts inspire you those numbers on the prices of the Ferrari 360 Modena and the Ferrari F430 over the last 6 years? Do they reflect your impressions of the market and its evolutions? Do you think the prices for the Ferrari 360 Modena will continue to rise? And how do you believe the prices for the Ferrari F430 could evolve?
A big THANK YOU to sbnormand for figures for 2013 and 2014.
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