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10 EXPERT TIPS FOR BUYING AN ULTRA HIGH-END SPORTS CAR 1


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So you've finally decided to purchase a supercar like that one you had a poster of as a kid.

What dealer should you go to? Is it a weekend toy or a primary mode of transport? How much can you haggle? 

These questions are potentially worth hundreds of thousands of dollars and absolutely need to be addressed before you buy, according to luxury auto industry insider Brett David. 

As CEO of Prestige Imports and Lamborghini Miami, David runs one of the biggest exotics dealerships in the country. The company has moved over $1 billion worth of Lamborghinis over its lifespan, making it the Italian supercar company's No. 1 seller in the United States. 

David gave us his top ten rules for buying a luxury sports car learned over a career of selling the most high-end vehicles in the world. Get educated below.

1. IDENTIFY THE BEST TYPE OF VEHICLE FOR YOU 
"Each person has different wants and needs, so you have to identify whether you’re looking for a sports car, sedan, SUV or that weekend fun toy."

2. RESEARCH, RESEARCH, RESEARCH
"Once you’ve identified your budget and selected your desired vehicle based on that budget, it’s important to know the marketplace, so do your research to see the least and most expensive list prices for that vehicle."

3. PICK BETWEEN NEW OR USED
"Understand that this level of vehicle is typically purchased and not leased, so your budget must be weighed in this decision."

4. DECIDE WHETHER THIS IS GOING TO BE YOUR COMMUTER VEHICLE OR A FUN “TOY"
"Some vehicles aren’t made to withstand the wear and tear of your daily commute. You’ll also want to make sure to communicate your driving needs to the educated salesperson that you work with so that he or she can help select the best vehicle for your lifestyle."

5. PICK A CAR SUITED TO YOUR CLIMATE
"Certain vehicles operate better in inclement weather than others. Don't buy a rear-wheel drive Bugatti to tear down icy roads." 

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