4 out of 5 4.0
Parkers overall rating: 4 out of 5 4.0
Ferrari 360 Coupe (99-04) - rated 4 out of 5
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At a glance

New price £105,788 - £135,513
Used price £29,760 - £79,410
Fuel economy
Not tested to latest standards
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Road tax cost £280 - £340


Storming performance, useable as an everyday car, supreme handling


Running costs, expensive servicing

Ferrari 360 Coupe rivals

Written by David Ross on

The 360M may have been the 'junior' car in Ferrariā€™s range when it was launched in 1999, but that doesn't hold it back from being one of the best cars in the modern era of the company. The 360 is easier and cheaper to service than previous mid-engined Ferraris, and it brought new levels of build quality and the widespread use of aluminium in the construction of the body and chassis.

The 360 also introduced the optional F1 gearbox that does away with the clutch pedal and uses paddles behind the steering wheel in place of a gear lever. This gearbox was a feature of the Challenge Stradale version that traded comfort for lightweight and increased performance. It also gained a further 25bhp, more powerful brakes and can usually be distinguished by 'Y' spoke alloys and optional body stripes.

Ferrari 360 Coupe rivals

Other Ferrari 360 (1999 - 2004) models: