If hopping into a supercar is a dream, we don’t really need to save up till we can buy it. Some people will simply rent the car to relish the ride of their dream car. And to them, one in a lifetime is enough.
But look, we present to you this Bugatti Veyron which can be rented out at a steep price of 7.3 million naira, sufficing to buy a brand new mainstream car.
It seems even the renting solution here can’t work.
Is it even a dream to rent a supercar?
The Bugatti Veyron for rent by Royalty Exotic Cars even matches the price of a brand-new mainstream car
The Bugatti Veyron is not for recreational driving, said the CEO of Royalty Exotic Cars
This Bugatti-Veyron-for-rent business is raised by CEO of Royalty Exotic Cars based in the USA. Aside from the Bugatti Veyron for rent, the company offers other supercars for rent as well.
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When asked about why he only rents out his Bugatti Veyron for 24 hours for such a precipitous price (that is $20,000 or ~N7.3m), he answered:
“Our Bugatti Veyron Mansory Edition is priced the way it is because of the name behind the vehicle.
A Bugatti is not something you can walk into your local Enterprise or Hertz and rent.
The Bugatti depreciates at almost $1,500 per mile driven, which is why we limit the car to 100 miles per day. Putting a ton of miles on a Bugatti can kill the resale value and ultimately depreciate the car to nothing"
"We do not rent the Bugatti for recreational driving, but mostly for movie productions, photo shoots, trade shows and conventions"
He went on with:
"We normally do not rent out the Bugatti to anyone that can walk in with $20,000 because there are many factors that play into the rental"
“Does the renter have proper insurance that will cover the actual cash value of this car? Does the renter have the wealth or resources to cover the Bugatti in case the insurance company decides to not pay?”
The supercars for rent are simply for movies and photo shooting. That's the reason why
Royalty Exotic Cars rents out not only the Bugatti Veyron but also other supercars as well
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Is it a wise investment to throw N7.3m to hop into a Bugatti Veyron for rent in 24 hours? Or should we pay the same amount for a brand-new mainstream car and own it the whole life? What is your choice?
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