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    2011 Ferrari California

    Best driving feel espesially at winding road. Even in a fast quick turn, roaling is minimum. Shock absorver of this car works like a "Cat Foot". But the foot is beyond Jagua XKR of 5,6years ago. Horse Power is Far more big, Engine & Exaust note is more more exciting.

    • Recommend this vehicle to a friend? Yes
    • How long have you owned this vehicle? 2 years
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    2010 Ferrari California

    Sexy!

    Pros: Goes fast

    Cons: hard drive

    I love this car. It's a bit hard as my daily driver but I love forward to weekend drives.

    • Recommend this vehicle to a friend? Yes
    • How long have you owned this vehicle? 1 year
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    2002 Ferrari 360 Modena - Coupe

    Pros: Visible engine

    Cons: noise

    Advice: Great starter Ferrari

    Awesome x 10!

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    2005 Ferrari F430 - Coupe

    Pros: Nosie

    Cons: Price (but its worth it)

    Advice: Get one

    This Car is unbalivibale the power of the V8 is awsome this is by far the best ferrari ever made, i test drove the 360 and that is brillant but the F430 is on a whole nother level and thhe road handling is unmatched and the sound of the engine and exhaust is LOUD

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    2002 Ferrari 360 Modena - F1 Convertible

    Pros: World Class Brakes and Race designed engine

    Cons: no cup holders

    Advice: Love it like a child

    My uncle let me drive his beauty and what a ride it was. For being poor as I am and going from a olds to driving a Ferrari, of course I'm gonna go crazy over it. But without going over my head, I noticed how great the brakes are. Not only will the engine slow you down, but the brakes have so much power that i feel i could be stopped at an instant. Since it is healthy to drive this car in higher rpms (3500-5000) depending on situation, the power is instantly available to you, it is steady in acceleration and doesn't give you a 'rear end on ice' feel like you get with burn out starts with Camaros and Trans Ams. If I had the money, this would be the first and only car in my garage. I'd also buy a Scion too, lol

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    2002 Ferrari 575M - Base

    Pros: The 508 bhp V-12

    Cons: Exhaust sound

    Advice: This is the best all-around Ferrari ever!

    It's a Ferrari! The best of performance, engineering, quality, and comfort all packed into this fantastic Grand Tourer. What is possibly better than high-speed cruising and attacking the back roads in this Italian hot-rod. Being a Ferrari, it needs to sound like one. My only problem is the harsh sound from the engine room at full throttle, far from the high-pitched scream of Tubi exhaust on V-8 models. Overall, this is the only GT for the executive on the move with a tight schedule. This is the car to own!

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    2003 Ferrari Enzo - Base

    Pros: Truly unique design.

    Cons: Haven't found it yet.

    Advice: Do it.

    What can you say against owning such a prestigious machine? True, it's overpriced and can be matched in performance by modifying a Corvette or Viper, but that is as far as the match extends. It's not a Corvette; it's not a Viper, and thank goodness for that. Owning an Enzo is not about economy - it's about standing out from the crowd in a way that few other automobiles will ever match.