Drive Off In This Low-Mileage 2002 Ferrari 575M Maranello

Mar 11, 2020 3 min read
Drive Off In This Low-Mileage 2002 Ferrari 575M Maranello

Only 10,000 miles on the clock with three owners.

The Italian automaker launched the Ferrari 575 Maranello back in 2002, and it was basically a 550 Maranello with updates including a few design alterations from Pininfarina. With production lasting a few years, the 575M was eventually replaced in 2006 with the 599 GTB. A total of 2,056 examples were built and 246 of those were equipped with manual transmissions.[This attractive touring car is packed full of style and performance, and GT Motor Cars is proud to offer the chance to take home this low-mileage 2002 Ferrari 575M Maranello.

<img src="2002-ferrari-575 (2).jpeg" alt="The exterior of a 2002 Ferrari 575M Maranello">

Blanketed in an eye-catching blue, the paint is in great shape and was recently given a full detail complete with paint correction to make it really shine. In fact, the car was given a 9 out of 10 score in every area which includes the interior, exterior, and engine compartment. Brand new Michelin tires were thrown on in 2018 and have just 200 miles on them.

Powering this Ferrari is a 5.7-liter V12 engine capable of 517-horsepower with everything shifted via a 6-speed automatic transmission. This proves that this Italian automobile has the bite to back up its bite.

This particular car had three owners, and only shows 10k miles on the odometer. This car was meticulously serviced over its lifetime. In June of 2019, the car was given the full-blown service treatment, and the belts were completed in March of 2018. The sale of the car comes with all books, tools, a car cover. Even better, this Ferrari has a clean Car Fax.

If this 2002 Ferrari 575M Maranello is right up your alley for carving those country back roads or rolling through town, then feel free contact GT Motor Cars. The price is unlisted but inquire within or shoot them an offer.

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