31st Aug 2017, 19:17

And you buy new tires in 6-8000 miles. Timing belt every 3 years, costing thousands irregardless of mileage. At least in newer ones I hear from owners at Cars and Coffee with Ferraris. The Z06 C5 were a completely new redesigned platform from the ground up. I don't know what your suspension beef is, but I tracked them. They also lend themselves quite well to further tuning or supercharging. A lot has changed since 2004, last of that gen. Reliability is also very strong. Ever wonder why you see such low mileage Ferraris? Service cost at play. Many Ferraris are beautiful. It's the downtime. But then usually you have a few others to take out. Just set aside money for maintenance and insurance with no concerns is the way to own.

31st Aug 2017, 22:23

I don't find the 328 to have a nice interior by any stretch of the imagination, especially for a car of its original MSRP. Yes, I understand it's not a luxury car. But it leaves one little room to criticize other cars in that regard.

Crappy as it may appear, a C5's cabin is much more comfortable and ergonomically sound than a 328.