On this occasion, we confine ourselves to a little interrogation of Bugattis in general. We will, nonetheless, be a little more specific digging into why it costs a helluva $20 000 to hire the Bugatti Veyron.
But first things first; Bugattis exist in only three models — Veyron, Chiron and Divo. Prices range from $1.7 million to $3 million.
In September 2018, the new Divo hypercar sold out in one day, at the hefty price tag of $5.8 million. If you buy a Veyron, the least expensive model, you can expect to pay $20,000 to $25,000 for an annual oil change.
The daily rate to rent out the Bugatti Veyron is $20,000 to $25,000, including taxes. If you were to buy a new Toyota Camry, you would probably have some small change with the same amount.
It’s said to be the most expensive car rental in America. Houston Crosta, CEO of Las Vegas Based car rental company Royalty Exotic Cars says, “A Bugatti is not something you can walk into your local Enterprise or Hertz and rent. The Bugatti depreciates at almost $1,500 per mile driven, which is why we limit the car to 100 miles per day. Putting a ton of miles on a Bugatti can kill the resale value and ultimately depreciate the car to nothing.”
“And of course, when the deal sounds the way it does, there are all reasons to carefully know who you are actually dealing with,” Crosta further says, “We normally do not rent out the Bugatti to anyone that can walk in with $20,000 because there are many factors that play into the rental.”
At this point we confidently would say indeed it pays to have a good mane, such as a Bugatti.
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