Lamborghini is one of the most luxurious car manufacturers in the world, and with this comes a hefty price tag.
Originating in Italy in Sant’Agata Bolognese in 1953, Lamborghini have gone on to become one of the most recognisable luxury performance cars marques.
New Lamborghini start from £155,400 for a Huracan. Although with the arrival of the Aventador prices quickly escalate to £271,000. If you are one of the lucky few to be considering purchasing the new Aventador SVJ you will be assured exclusivity with only 900 models going into production.
The price for the new model hasn’t yet been announced, after being revealed at the Geneva Motor Show 2019. However prices for the last Aventador SVJ started from £360,000. For your rather large sum of money you do get access to mind blowing performance. The Italian supercar produces 759bhp from its 6.5 litre V12 engine, with this iteration rumoured to be the last V12 car Lamborghini is manufacturing.
How Much Is The Cheapest Lamborghini?
If the cost of the mighty Aventador is out of reach, you may be looking through the used classified listings for cheaper Lamborghinis.
The cheapest Lamborghini for sale in the UK is the V10 Gallardo, which was in production from 2003. You can find used Gallardos for sale from £67,000 for the earlier models. The great news when looking to purchase a used Gallardo is due to the reasonably high cost to purchase, most models for sale have been looked after very well. Some of the cheapest Lamborghinis in the UK still only have 20,000 miles on the clock. For a 15 year old car this is very impressive, and shows how well loved and looked after they have been.
With Lamborghini being owned by the Audi group, you can typically expect very good reliability even in older cars. This does make the Gallardo a great choice for your first supercar purchase. We would recommend trying to avoid the clunky automatic gearbox on the first gen Gallardo’s and try to find a well looked after manual.
The main issues you may find with a cheap Gallardo are the running and maintenance costs. You can easily spend over £3,000 for a set of discs and pads on all corners, and a new clutch (which needs replacing ever 25,000 miles or so) will cost roughly the same.
Insuring your Gallardo can be much cheaper than you may expect. We got a quote for £740 for a year, and that was for a 32 year with 7 years no claims bonus. Not bad in our books considering insurance for a high performing BMW M car is roughly the same, if not slightly more!
The much loved Gallardo was eventually replaced by the Huracan, which now stands as the entry point car sitting underneath the V12 Aventador.
Lamborghini Are Making An SUV?
This is true, Lamborghini have stepped into the luxury SUV market with the new Urus.
You can find used Lamborghini Urus for sale from £220,000, although if you’r prepared to wait the official RRP is £159,900.
The Urus comes equipped with a 4.0 litre twin-turbo V8 which produces 641bhp. This is more than enough power to make you forget you’re driving a 2 tonne vehicle. The way it corners so flat is also testament to impressive engineering on Lamborghinis behalf.