Ferrari customers deal with long waiting lists

Ferrari customers deal with long waiting lists

Ferrari waiting lists appear to be extremely long in the world and in Australia, as the average waiting time for a Ferrari 575M Maranello reached even three years. It seems that the main problem is the demand which rapidly stripped out the brand's relatively small production capacity. What cutomers have to do is simply drive whatever comes to their hand until a hot pink Ferrari 458 featuring diamante-encrusted wheel arches together with baby seal leather interior arrives. Customers don't seem to care about depreciation as long as they spend almost half a million on a factory fresh Ferrari and many people would be quite surprised to find out how many Ferrari customers in Australia are doing this exact thing. Edward Rowe, who is the spokesman for Ferrari's official Australia distributor, stated that they had had their first trade-in swaps on 458s barely four months after the car had been bought and they managed to pre-own 458s because one set of customers literally ordered two cars, one of which featured a very straightforward specification that would come straight down the production line as early as possible, at the same time ordering one with all the special spec that they had preferred. They traded in the first one when the car turned up, while Mr. Rowe also added that there were some very loyal customers of the Ferrari brand in the land down under as they had one owner who had bought his first Ferrari in 1973 and he had bought about 15 ever since. They are very pleased to see that there are people in Australia who care very much for the Ferrari brand for the fact that the first Ferrari ever sold in Australia is still on the road in Melbourne, a 212.


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