2001 Lamborghini Diablo VT 6.0L 550 hp V12


Godlike automobile that no one has been able to beat


Absolutely nothing has gone wrong so far. And things are looking great. Got the engine broken in with no problems as well.

General Comments:

The new Diablo is amazing. As a previous owner of a 1997 Aston Martin DB7 coupe, I must say that the increase in power is very refreshing. I love driving this car and have recently driven it to the Florida Keys and back. Definitely turns some heads!

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 13th September, 2001

1st Apr 2005, 09:03

Well guys, I'll tell you, I can't afford the Viper or (especially) the Diablo, but being a regular joe, I think of the Viper as a trailer-park fantasy and the Diablo as a real status symbol. So even if the Viper could beat a Diablo by a hair or two, it will never be a Diablo. And having a V-10, in my opinion, is nothing to brag about. I don't mean to anger anyone out there, but come on... Viper vs. Diablo? That's like comparing a really, really good soft-drink to a fine wine!

14th Oct 2005, 13:45

OK OK, not to offend anyone, but, yes, while the Viper has a V-10 it is a much heavier car, I am also a lover of the Viper, but I highly doubt that it can completely beat a Diablo, it might, but it will be an extremely close race.

5th Dec 2005, 20:24

The Viper doesn't have 555 hp stock, it has 500 hp stock and it couldn't beat the Diablo unless it was upgraded.

2001 Lamborghini Diablo GT 6.0 V12


A high performance racing investment


Absolutely nothing has gone wrong. I love this car.

General Comments:

This car feels like it has more power than a jet.

The carbon fiber interior trim looks excellent.

Takes a while to get used to getting in and out with the door opening up instead of out.

This car smokes any Asian import racer anyday!

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No

Review Date: 1st July, 2001

13th Jul 2001, 21:53

Sounds like you like this car (which in turn is the car of my dreams, and with me being only 15 years old and the car costing over 270,000 in America, there is almost no chance of me getting it), but why is that you have a sad smiley face next to it?

How fast have you gotten her to. Does the +200 speed really exist or is it said to make her sound better.

1992 Lamborghini Diablo 5.0


The best supercar under $500k


Needed new clutch after 6 weeks of driving; $5,000USD.

General Comments:

Outrageous car from a performance / looks standpoint. Otherwise, very impractical. Two seats, tiny trunk, very loud, drinks gas like champagne, basically a street legal race car with a little bit of leather.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 16th April, 2001

1st Feb 2004, 01:23

Please buy a Lamborghini and then write a review. No one with 500,000 to blow on a car is going to talk about gas mileage. In fact, if someone bought a car for 500,000 they had better not have ANY cons about it, otherwise give it to me.

If I bought a car for half a mil, I would praise everything about it, down to the plastic covering on top of the carpet when it was new.

11th Nov 2008, 08:51

Needed a new clutch after 6 weeks of driving seems to point to a fault with the driver rather than the car.

Never was a 5.0ltr V12.

1990 Lamborghini Diablo 6.0 V12


A high performance wallet eater


Not much really, I once had a problem with the gear stick, but it was easily fixed.

General Comments:

Amazing car, better than a Mclaren F1, good turns, really smooth, fast and everybody takes a look at you as you drive down the street. Driving one makes you feel like a god.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 11th August, 2000

26th Apr 2001, 11:53

I know what you saying, it's true.

11th Jun 2001, 18:51

I think you guys wish you had one.

All you say is, I wish!

If you would really own one, you would not even be on the Internet doing these things.

Anyways you have good taste in cars.

12th Jun 2001, 16:30

I test drove a 1993 Diablo in Chicago once. Backing up the car is quite an ordeal: you have to open the "scissor-style" door, sit on the wide ledge to the left of the driver's seat, and turn your head to look backwards, while keeping your feet on the pedals. No joke - this is what the dealer told me.

Once moving forward, the growl from the engine was lower and gruffer than that of my 1990 Ferrari Mondial T. Naturally, the acceleration was shockingly good, but you could have figured that out already.