What's the used Lamborghini Murcielago coupe like?
There aren't too many supercars that can break the 200mph barrier, but the Lamborghini Murcielago is one of this very elite group.
The brutish performance isn't the only thing that's good about it, though. The handling is every bit as awesome, thanks to unfailing four-wheel-drive traction and light, responsive steering. The ride is better than many will expect, too.
The Murcielago's styling has all the in-your-face aggression of Lambos of old, but thanks to parent company Audi, the characteristic squeaks and rattles have been banished from the plush, high-quality cabin. The most important noise remains, however: the outrageous howl of the V12 engine.
Be under no illusion - even as a used car, the Murcielago will be amazingly, jaw-droppingly expensive. When a car looks, sounds and drives this well, though, most petrolheads that have the cash would part with it in a heartbeat.