2000 Ferrari 360 Modena F1 3.6 litre V8
One of the great sportscars currently being manufactured
Nothing so far, just normal yet costly dealer service, including a very expensive clutch change which wasn't needed, but had to be done according to the service papers.
She costs a small fortune to own, but it's a Ferrari so she's worth it. I'm very pleased with the car, she can be driven on a daily basis and my wife even finds her easy to drive. The F1 gearbox is good, although not as quick as similar systems and I still argue whether I should have gone for a manual instead as I prefer having more control. Put her in automatic mode and a kid could drive this car. Needless to say, the performance and handling is impeccable. I dislike the front end though, looks stripped and too aerodynamic, still a stunning car and a Ferrari is always a Ferrari and will generate admiration and positive comments wherever you go. A true headturner for those who like that. I personally consider selling the car, which is my fourth Ferrari since 1984, and going for something else for once. Not because it's a bad car, but because I want to own another sportscar of another marque for once.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 22nd November, 2004
7th Jun 2005, 23:11
Ha ha ha! That is great! I absolutely believe you own the car, but you don't even know what engine is in it? HA!
2nd Dec 2006, 08:08
See ya, have fun. I feel sorry for anyone who gets tired of owning a Ferrari. It's an honor, privilege, and the greatest car maker of all time. Everyone dreams of owning the machine. Even more fun to drive it!!
As for repairs, you should only be so lucky to have one to repair. I'd rather fix my Ferrari than a Ford.
17th Apr 2012, 04:25
Actually I don't own the car any more, but traded her in for a 2003 456 MGTA, which turned out to be the worst money pit of a car I've owned so far. I sold that at a great loss, and now I only drive my Mercedes. I've got a contract on a MP4-12C, but people say the early ones are rubbish with constant problems, so we'll see.
As for the "don't know" by the engine-spec, I have no idea how that ended up there. Have fun in your Hyundai.