The first $2,500,000 (MSRP for a Veyron) you send to Bugatti is just the beginning of a long list of bills you’ll rack up owning this exclusive supercar. Some owners peg yearly running costs at around $300,000 a year! So if you’re in the market for one of these, here are some facts to consider.The Bugatti Veyron is notoriously one of the most expensive cars in the world to own. This goes hand in hand with the extreme purchase price of the vehicle. While people commonly know of the USD 1.3 million base price, the USD 100,000 destination fee in the US, and the massive taxes, they don’t look at everything in proportion.
Commonly, maintenance costs and tire prices are deemed absurd when discussing the veyron.
Even Unlimited Revs recently put it in our list of Ten Cars You Don’t Want To Own Besides, who doesn’t want to be able to wake up in a new bugatti!
Car insurance is compulsory in Australia and many other countries around the world to cover the cost of injuries or death to a third party in an accident. In Australia, this is known as compulsory third party insurance, or CTP. To protect your car and your bank balance though, it is strongly recommended that you get comprehensive car insurance to also cover you for damage to yours and a third party’s vehicle. The cost of this depends on factors like age, gender, the model of car and how often you use the car.