Owning a Ferrari is a dream of many car enthusiasts. However, the cost can be a quick reminder that these cars are not for those on a tight budget.
Prices for new Ferraris and many older models can run into the millions of dollars. Take for instance a recent private deal made by Ferrari collector David MacNeil, who bought a 250 GTO that won the 1964 Tour de France car race for $70.2 million. New Ferraris, in comparison, are less expensive—a 2019 488GTB starts at $256,550 and a 2019 Ferrari Portofino at $214,533. But don’t lose heart. There are a number of ways that you can buy a Ferrari for about what you would pay for a new SUV or a luxury sedan. The following are some examples of affordable Ferrari models: