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What should I be paying?

The Roma costs just shy of £175,000, which includes a four-year warranty (for UK customers) and seven-year Genuine Maintenance package. Ferraris aren’t cheap to run so this is helpful. Fuel economy sits at 11.2l/100km (around 25mpg), and CO2 emissions are 255g/km, but few Roma owners are going to lose sleep over either of those.

More interesting is the matter of depreciation; some seasoned Ferrari watchers reckon the company is simply making too many models these days (the Purosangue SUV being the main offender), although residuals generally settle at a higher level than rivals.

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On which note, the Aston Martin DB12, Bentley Continental GT, Mercedes-AMG GT, Maserati GranTurismo and in particular the latest Porsche 911 Turbo are all phenomenally desirable cars. As is a three-year old Ferrari GTC4Lusso or F12 Berlinetta, likely not to have the sort of mileage that would put anyone off, both naturally aspirated and boasting that magic extra quartet of cylinders. Even Ferrari newbies might like to cast their eye around.

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