By on March 26, 2014

( video and lyrics NSFW)

Once the domain of mainstream luxury brands, certified pre-owned programs are starting to filter down to mainstream brands…and apparently, to Bugatti as well.

Though scant on details, AutoGuide reports that Bugatti will apparently be offering a new CPO program. Given the limited number of Veyron’s on the market, it’s safe to assume than CPO cars will be reconditioned to tip-top shape and sold with the confidence of a factory authorized freshening – not that it would be a gateway into a luxury brand that a lesser CPO program might be.

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17 Comments on “I Woke Up In A Used Bugatti...”

  • avatar

    Did Rick Ross sign a new record deal?

  • avatar
    Kyree S. Williams

    I hate that song *so* much. But how interesting…a pre-owned, multi-million-dollar supercar.

  • avatar
    Ron B.

    I can see why you hate it, it is a really tuneless example of a pretty boring genre. As for the Old EB110, that’s a really ugly example too in that colour scheme. if you wonder about used suopercars,check out the used car scene in the UAE.

    • 0 avatar

      While I agree with you that this song is a tuneless example of this genre, please don’t dismiss the genre as boring. This era of Rap is lost, but please don’t shit on the history and influence that this “boring” genre has had on the world for the last 30+ years. Rap ironically is supported by more non blacks than blacks, so there is that. Bling Bling aside, rap is what Shakespeare would be doing if he were still alive. The level of creativity and word manipulation that these rappers bring to the table can not be matched by any other artist in any genre. This is why artists like Linkin park, Bieber, Cyrus, Travis Barker, Mackelmore, Korn, GAGA, BRAD PAISLEY, Tim McGraw, ETC ETC, dabble in Hip Hop to express or explore their own creativity. Obviously real recognized artists don’t dismiss hip hop as a boring fad. So, while youar entitled to your own opinion, you should get out there and see what hip hop really has to offer. Listen to Any NAS (a self taught GENIUS who has been tapped by Harvard to mold their new hip hop studies program) album, and I guarantee you will appreciate what it has to offer. It may even give you a new appreciation for hip hop.

  • avatar

    this isnt news at all

    McLaren has a used program

    so does Rolls Royce… hell, they have a name for it, Rolls Royce Phantom “Providence”

  • avatar

    FWIW, I didn’t know about certified pre-owned Bugatti’s. Your comment is less value added than the article. Way to go.

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    Wait until the second owner finds out the annual scheduled service is roughly $20,000 and replacing the custom Michelin tires every 2500 miles costs $30,000 for a set; wheels AND tires are supposed to be replaced every 10,000 miles at a cost of $50,000.

    How many people want to shell out the estimated $300k per year (per Autobolg) that a Veyron costs to keep a USED car on the road. I’ll bet that the Veyrons that are not tucked away in storage die from neglect fairly quickly.

    On the bright side, they may make for interesting barn finds in 40 years.

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    You people forget that these cars are produced in such limited numbers that “buying used” may be the only way you can actually get your hands on one, no matter HOW MUCH money you’ve got. If I was a billionaire, I’d be fantasizing about buying a used McLAren F1LM or a Veyron… just so I could use either of them as a daily driver.

    I’d also consider buying a Cadillac CIEN if possible.

    The Veyron is so ridiculously expensive that most millionaires couldn’t afford one.

    • 0 avatar

      Most millionaires don’t WANT one either. Most millionaires are like Warren Buffett, live in a normal house, drive an F150, shop at Safeway, etc.

    • 0 avatar

      Given the prevalent rumors of VW having trouble moving stock, limited numbers don’t really mean much. Sure, in a few years it may be hard to find one ‘new,’ but this is a 10 year old car already and they still have them on the showroom floor.

      I think its a little frightening that upkeep on a Veyron costs more than upkeep on an F1, or a 959, or even an Enzo. It’s as much a unicorn as any one of those 3, but it is VIOLENTLY more expensive to keep over the long turn.

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    That first sentence is so confusing, had to read it four times.

    “Once the domain of mainstream luxury brands, certified pre-owned brands are starting to filter down to mainstream brands…and apparently, to Bugatti.”

    Certified pre-owned programs? Cars? Filter down to mainstream non-luxury brands?

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    CPO Bugatti.


    Oh, come on! This is most ridiculous.

    CERTIFIED by Bugatti. Reliablity is key here, folks. Lol

  • avatar

    Like I said before, gallardos and continentals are only a few years away from the corner BHPH lots in the hood.

    • 0 avatar

      A Gallardo with 150k miles. At a BHPH.

      Humurous… But I see it.

      I can see a subprime debtor drooling over it already, staring up at it at some ridiculous hour of the night while it’s on those metal ramps.

      I bet he works evening shift at a warehouse as a forklift driver, has a 520 credit score (although he’ll tell you it’s “improving”) and just bought a house in a challenged school district through a special housing assistance program.

      “I gotta get this in my garage, man…”

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