Supercars You Should Never Buy Used

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The Murcielago, Lamborghini's flagship vehicle in the 2000s, is still featured on many posters in the homes of auto enthusiasts, although it was never without issues.

Lamborghini Murcielago

The Ferrari F355 was a powerful supercar that produced 375 horsepower from a 3.5-liter V8 engine and had a redline of 9,000 rpm.

Ferrari F355

Every gearhead desires a Dodge Viper, an American legend and a classic in the history of automobiles.

First-Gen Dodge Viper

The Mondial is ugly and is regarded as one of the worst Ferrari vehicles ever produced. Even worse, it never exhibited the kind of performance appropriate for the Ferrari moniker.

Ferrari Mondial

The long-awaited American supercar, the Vector M12, which was based on the Lamborghini Diablo, was as stunning as it was unreliable.

Vector M12

Older Ferraris are not recognized for their dependability, so even if some Testarossa vehicles are currently on the market for under $150,000, we don't recommend buying one.

Ferrari Testarossa

When this supercar debuted in 2006, it caught people's attention in all the wrong ways.

Mitsuoka Orochi

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