How much is my Bugatti car worth?
Bugatti cars are famous for their meticulous and elegant build, and their engines include hand-scraped blocks and intricate safety features. That has contributed to a proud motor racing history, culminating in racers Jean-Pierre Wimille and Pierre Veyron, who won the 1939 Le Mans using a single car.
Their continuing scarcity makes them a very valuable asset. An oil change can cost between $20,000 and $25,000 according to some estimates, and a special paint job alone can cost up to $40,000. The cost of a modern Bugatti Veyron, Chiron or Divo, ranges from $1.7 million to $3 million. A Bugatti Type 57S Atalante drove out of a UK lock up garage in 2009 and was sold for the equivalent of nearly $4 million dollars by auctioneers, Bonham’s, in Paris.
If you are thinking of pawning your Bugatti, you definitely need to take advice from a luxury pawnbroking service you can rely on. You don’t want to take any chances when such large sums of money are potentially involved. Pawnbrokers Rodeo Drive gives accurate assessments based on your car model, condition and mileage. For added peace of mind, we also turn to our network of trusted car specialists for advice on the current value of any Bugatti when considering a loan price.