Ferrari F430 Price Guide

Ferrari F430 PricePrices for the Ferrari F430 have finally settled some. Of course with any Ferrari, the prices rise and fall according to season and market inventory. The F430 is no different and has steadily been declining as the Ferrari 458 begins to age some. So lets see where things are currently at, as of May 14, 2014. We will use the duPont Registry’s inventory and prices as a general guideline for this article. We will update this article periodically with inventory number and price changes.

2005 & 2006 Ferrari F430 Prices

The first two model years of the F430, 2005 and 2006, there are currently 57 vehicles available. The F430 prices range from $99,995, for a Rosso Corsa coupe, to $169,500 for a Novitec Rosso build. Most of the options here can be had between $110,000 and $139,000.

2007 & 2008 Ferrari F430 Prices

The inventory rises for these two model years, as of the date of this article there are 83 of these model year F430′s available. During these years we also see the introduction of the Scuderia performance model. The Scuderias typically command a higher price, here from $172,000 to $209,000. The standard F430′s run from $107,500 for a Rosso Corsa Spider with unknown mileage, to $184,899 for a fully optioned, very low mileage spider.

2009 Ferrari F430 Prices

The final model year comes in and introduces us to the Scuderia Spider. The late model Scuds are holding their values really well. Ranging from a coupe for $189,000 to an ultra low miles Scuderia Spider for $259,000. The last of the regular F430′s also seem to be doing pretty well in regards to their pricing. Our range starts with a Nero coupe with under 10,000 miles that is priced at $151,495 up to a pristine Rosso Corsa Spider for $189,898.

The Big Question

If your budget extends to the high range of the F430 price spectrum, you should also begin to consider the Ferrari 458 Italia. The Ferrari 458′s prices have come down significantly now that the Spider has been out for a couple of years and the first models are nearing 5 years in age. For example, there are currently ten 458′s priced under $230,000 on duPont. Also to note, there are currently 195 Ferrari 458′s for sale on duPont. As the market becomes even further saturated with used Italia’s, I can only see more and more 2010 and 2011 Ferrari 458′s getting close to the $200,000 mark and this will subsequently begin pushing F430 prices down even further in our opinion.