What's the used Ferrari California sports like?
The Ferrari California wasn't initially welcomed with open arms. Some didn't believe it was a "real Ferrari", because it was the cheapest model the iconic Italian brand made at the time. As time went on, mind you, many people warmed to its charms.
For starters, its engine is sublime. The 453bhp 4.3-litre V8 not only sounds incredible, but it propels this convertible sports car from 0-62mph in just 3.8sec. You also have its quick-shifting dual-clutch automatic gearbox to thank for this pace.
The driving position in the California and California T is especially good, with the wheel (on which most frequently used switches are mounted) positioned right where you want it.
You can get Californias as two-seaters with space for golf bags or suitcases in the cabin, or as a two-plus-two complete with child-seat mounting points. Being realistic, though, it's a two-plus-one at best. There's a 340-litre boot with through-loading into the cabin and it shrinks by only 100 litres with the folding metal roof down.
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