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The cost to own a Bugatti Veyron

Here's a general idea of how much it costs to own a Bugatti Veyron.

A Veyron owner adjusts the lugnut pressure on his rims

The first $2,500,000 (MSRP for a Veyron) you send to Bugatti is just the beginning of a long list of bills you’ll rack up owning this exclusive supercar. Some owners peg yearly running costs at around $300,000 a year! So if you’re in the market for one of these, here are some facts to consider.

  • $350,000 is the initial down payment according to Bugatti that you have to have in order to even consider buying one.
  • $24,000 is what it costs to lease a Bugatti Veyron on a monthly basis. But there are a few caveats. You can only drive 2500 miles a year (technically 7 miles a day) and you can lease only for 5 years.
  • $40,000 is what it's going to cost you just to deliver your Veyron to American shores. Yes, for the price of a 2013 Infiniti G37 Coupe, yours is just delivered.
  • $2500 is the average monthly insurance that one owner reported on their Bugatti Veyron.
  • $140 is the average price for a fillup of gas in the United States. City gas mileage is 8 and highway isn't much better at 13. The 1001 horsepowe r8.0-litre, quad-turbocharged, W16 engine is a thirsty beast and with gas hovering around $5 a gallon and your 26.4 gallon fuel tank, fill-ups alone are around $140.
  • And upon delivery, there are certain maintenance items you are required under contract to do which includes a routine annual maintenance of $20,000, detailing services around $10,000, a wheel and tire replacement every 10,000 miles with a price tag of $50,000 for a set of tires.

Now that $300,000 yearly maintenance comes into perspective. But if you're considering buying a Bugatti Veyron in the first place, money doesn't really seem like such a problem anyway.

Source: Secret Entourage


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