Used Ferrari 456 Cars

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Ferrari 456 5.5 GTA 2dr Coupe 1996, 29890 miles, £
Ferrari 456 £49,995
5.5 GTA 2dr

1996

Automatic

Tax: £280

Mileage: 29,890

Petrol

Ferrari 456 5.5 GTA Auto Coupe 442 BHP Coupe 1997,
Ferrari 456 £57,500
5.5 GTA Auto Coupe 442 BHP

1997

Automatic

Mileage: 22,000

Petrol

Ferrari 456 GT 2dr Auto Coupe 1997, 37953 miles, £ +9
Ferrari 456 £43,998
GT 2dr Auto

1997

Automatic

Mileage: 37,953

Petrol

Ferrari 456 5.5 GTA 2d 442 BHP Coupe 1997, 37953 m +9
Ferrari 456 £43,998
5.5 GTA 2d 442 BHP

1997

Automatic

Tax: £280

Mileage: 37,953

Petrol

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Why buy a used Ferrari 456 with Exchange and Mart?

Amid all of the headlines commanded by newer and more raucous models in the Ferrari range, the 456 has for a number of years now, solidly campaigned as the marque's most expensive model. It would perhaps be wrong to label it the flagship model, because unlike the heady days of the seventies and eighties, it's probably the smaller V8 engined models that now act as the chief sporting and technical showcase for the Maranello concern. The Ferrari 456 has always been more reserved and sophisticated and the understated styling has dated impeccably. A used example costs less than you may expect and comes under the spotlight here.

About the Ferrari 456

If you are tempted by the 456, but aren't sure whether you can justify buying one due to price, then whatever you do, don't go for a test drive. The combination of that lusty V12 engine, minimalist leather and chrome interior and the lines of what many consider to be Pininfarina's finest achievement will seduce you, siren-like onto the rocks of financial ruin. If, on the other hand, you are one of the fortunate few whose bank balance can effortlessly accommodate the not inconsequential demands running a 456 will place on it, then stop reading now, find a 456 and buy it. Regrets? Every time your garage door whirs skywards, you'll wonder how it ever took you so long to buy one. A five star recommendation from the heart, and a charitable two from the head.

Representative finance example

If your borrow amount is £7,000 with a deposit of £1,000, a selected term of 48 months, at a representative APR of 15.9% (fixed) and an annual fixed interest rate of 15.9%, you would pay £166.52 per month. Total charge for credit would be £1,992.93 and total amount repayable is £7,992.96.