Finance a Lamborghini for just $5,310 a Month

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Have you ever wondered what it’d cost to own an exotic supercar? Well, Lamborghini just announced new financing incentives for its Murcielago LP460 coupe and roadster, which both start at $354,000. The offers include 5.9% for a 12-year term. Yes, 12 years. If you have really good credit, including a credit score of more than 740, you can get 0% financing for 60 months. That comes out to $5,310 a month after the required 10% down payment.

From what we hear, most exotic car purchases are done in cash by very, very wealthy individuals, but Lamborghini’s financing program could mean that’s a thing of the past. Now the ludicrously wealthy can make monthly payments, too.

Source: Lamborghini

By David Thomas | October 13, 2009 | Comments (8)
Tags: Lamborghini

Comments 

I think I'll just stick with the diecast model.

Well, I'll start cleaning my credit history.

J

Really? Who really gives a damn about this anyway??

skinner

12 year financing? Is that car even going to be running in 12 years???

Happymantis

I can't see any Italian car running for more than 6 years, so I guess there might be people out there making payments on a 12 year old Lambo that costs more to maintain than actually buy it?

Why can't you see any italian car running for that long? If you take good care of them and do the proper upkeep...it could last a long time, no?

Chev Guy

My Cobalt SS would Kick this things @$$ any given day.

Maybe..

The lambo dealership near my place are offering special Finiacing deals, a brand new 2013 Lamborhini Gallardo could be yours for as low as 1,408 dollars a month. And yes, 12 years. But for people like us who aren't millionaires, this is a great chance for us normal folk to afford the car of our dreams, I'm seriously considering walking down there and signing some papers!

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