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  1. Jana

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    Had my first annual service on my Huracan. $450. I laughed and laughed. Prior to the Huracan, I owned a possessed 360 that never got sorted. My usual exit from the repair shop ran 10k+.

    I already thought the Huracan was the best car I'd ever driven. Talk about sealing the deal. :)
     
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  2. energy88

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    $450 seems very reasonable. I've heard that the annual service cost varies widely between dealers and that one can supposedly bargain the price down some, although I'm not sure if that is an old wives tale or not. Your experience is probably a function of where you are located.
     
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  3. Peter K.

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    That is really what it should be if it's a reliable car.
    We all know how much the qts of oil are and a filter. Add labor. The rest is visual checking. there is probably scanner/commptuer scan. But what else could there be. mechanically the car better be fine. no adjustments. suspension better be fine, no adjustments. And if they're nice, you'll get a quick car wash.
    These are not carbureted cars. These are not non-computer cars.
    Like other cars, one or 2 of your services will be slightly more as the checklist will be bigger.

    If your cost goes into the thousands, then Lamborghini has failed.
     
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  4. EarlyCat

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    Not bad at all. If your Lamborghini is anything like the 2014 Audi I bought new, it will be wonderful. I have had zero warranty repairs & zero out of pocket repairs, except general service with over 50k in miles now. You don't have a timing belt to replace every 3 years as a bonus over that 360.
     
  5. F355 Fan 82

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    how many times did you pay $10k+ to service your 360? You make it sound like you spent $10k+ often. I mean no offense but my mclaren SLR is probably one of the most expensive cars on the planet to service and its annual services are $5k and $7500 depending on what year it is. The 360 costs peanuts to maintain in comparison, I dont know about the 360 but I have a 575 and its a honda in comparison to running the SLR.
     
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  6. Jana

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    Over the course of 23 months, it was in the shop more than my garage. I drove it exactly 1800 miles, and spent 38k trying to get it sorted. It never got sorted and I eventually lost patience and got rid of it. There's a long, long thread about it in the 360 forum. Worst car experience of my life.
     
  7. Andrew R.

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    Always great to hear about a great lambo experience! The Huracan is one of the best lamborghini has produced in terms of quality!
     
  8. Stentboy

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    I have a 16 580 and I think mine was between $600 and $700. A little curious why yours would be less not that it’s significant sum. Did you have yours performed at Lamborghini Dallas?
     
  9. dailyferraridriver

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    I'm driving a Huracan today - two things are driving me bonkers. The turn signal is absolutely ridiculous - if it did 3 blinks I could live, but my god, hitting that center is annoying. The second is the mode button - I hit it with my hand while turning the steering wheel. Otherwise, it's a lot of fun, but not for me. Sounds incredible.

    Thanks,
    Erik
     
  10. Jana

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    Yes, that's where it was done.
     
  11. Jana

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    I have to remind myself of where the blinker is if I've gone too long in between drives. I'm not sure why you're hitting the mode button when turning. You don't really need to reposition your hands much. It's a tight turner. The sound is definitely incredible. One of the many reasons I love the car.
     
  12. 3POINT8

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    what a deal
     

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