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Discussion in 'V10 Lamborghinis' started by doccharlie954, Apr 30, 2018.

  1. doccharlie954

    doccharlie954 Rookie

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    Just bought a 2017 huracan. Have always owned Ferrari's. Has anyone had any problems with this car. If so let me know. Kind of gun shy on Ferrari's that's why I switched. Thanks
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  2. Jana

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    I switched a year ago for the same reason. Absolutely ZERO problems with the Huracan. Best car I've ever owned or driven. I think you're going to be very happy.
     
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  3. Gh21631

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    I've only heard great things from friends with Huracans. Congratulations
     
  4. drjohngober

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    25K miles on my white Huracan. Had it serviced last month. It has been absolutely flawless in every way.
     
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  5. OwenC

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    Just got a 2017 Huracan 580-2 myself recently. My first Lambo coming from Porsches and a Ferrari Cali30.

    Looking forward to a satisfying ownership experience.
     
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  6. tbakowsky

    tbakowsky Formula 3
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    They are a great car. Although a little too great. Lambo has always been a rough and tumble car. They always seemed to want to kill you. The huracan just seems to be missing that emotion.
     
  7. OwenC

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    Felt that a bit when i test drove a friend’s Gallardo before hehe, crazy but very uncomfortable car
     
  8. Shark01

    Shark01 Formula Junior

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    You cannot market such a car in today's society (witness Paul Walker/Porsche CGT lawsuits).....
     
  9. tbakowsky

    tbakowsky Formula 3
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    Totally agree. However I think they could build that feeling into the car without compromising safety. I really think the car world needs another 246 dino. Simple..slow, and a hell of a lot of fun.

    Cars today are just too fast to really enjoy them. Something that makes great sounds, handles amazing, and you can use all the power it has all the time, without risking jail time would be really fun. Think if a more exotic miata.
     
  10. em42

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    Just try a Urraco!

    It perfectly fits your description... and it is a Lamborghini!

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  11. tbakowsky

    tbakowsky Formula 3
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    Certainly does, but they are hard to find. I think the closest car on the market to what I'm thinking is the lotus Elise. Tons of fun and can be really enjoyed without needing to get into triple to digit speeds before it come alive. For me it' the ideal drivers car. As a plus, it' cheap to keep alive.
     
  12. em42

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    Surely hard to find but well worth the effort!
     
  13. Gh21631

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    Try the 360, lots of fun throwing it around.
     

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