Bugatti Veyron is both expensive to buy and maintain

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The Bugatti Veyron is undoubtedly one of the most expensive cars. In fact we recommend you have enough dough left in your bank account after purchasing this expensive beauty. Why? The Bugatti Veyron is apparently also extremely expensive to maintain with some pegging yearly running costs at $300,000. An extremely expensive car with high running costs; it is definitely the perfect ride for the rich only. For instance, the tires of this car the Michelin Pilot Sport 2s fashioned with the Veyron’s unique compound cost about $30,000 in the U.S. while in the UK they’re £23,500 ($38,216). What is more Bugatti recommends you change them every 4,000 kilometers, or 2,500 miles. And at every ten thousand miles the company recommends changing the wheels and tires, which runs over $50,000!


Add to this routine maintenance, with a major annual service setting you back about $20,000. Autocar says there’s an owner who trailers his car to a particular driving route, then follows behind in a private jet.
So think twice before you splurge on that Bugatti Veyron.
[Autoblog]

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