Evaluation: Showing 9067 miles but they show. Upholstery is lightly burnished and creased. Engine compartment is clean and in showroom condition, but the right sill and splitter are scratched. Some stone chips on the nose. Scraped wheel rims. Sticky interior switches. A desirable car but showing its age and some use.
Bottom Line: While a comparable 575M Maranello with the paddle shifter and low (but not negligible) miles is a $100,000 car the 6-speed (one of 246 built, so not exactly hen’s teeth rare) doubles the price as reflected here. The low miles (about 600/year) raises some questions about just how enjoyable the 6-speed is to drive, or is it just being bought for show?