If you’re in the privileged position to be buying a new Lamborghini, it stands to reason you’re going to want to personalise the car to make yours stand out as much as possible. Just be wary of anything too outlandish if you’re planning on selling the car on.
We’d suggest specifying items like cruise control and an uprated stereo system which will bolster the car’s secondhand value too.
If the waiting list is a problem for you, it’s possible to pick up cars like this with very low miles on the clock. Be aware you’ll need to plump for someone else’s specification though and it’s likely you’ll have to pay more too. We’d advise waiting for your own brand new car.
Service history is crucial here. You’ll want to know the car has been fully taken care of – particularly if it has been damaged in any way. Official Lamborghini technicians are the ideal folk to work on the car, but there are some very good specialist garages that could also do the work. Ensure you do a huge amount of research before handing over cash, though.
As ever, it’s a good idea to get a Parkers Car History Check to ensure there’s no hidden history you should be aware of.
It goes without saying that the car will need to be perfect before sale. Make a comprehensive list of all optional extras and take as many pictures as you can of the car. A walk-around video is another useful feature offered on many classified websites; easily done on a smartphone these days.
You’ll also need to document the service history the car has.
With that said, it won’t be too difficult to find a buyer for the right car.