Performance cars are expensive. Owning such a car will cost significant amounts of money in terms of maintenance. At https://www.allcarleasing.co.uk/performance-car-leasing/ you can learn more about performance car costs. Most people who buy performance cars do so for prestige and status. But a basic car is cheaper to maintain and is ideal to be used as the family car. A performance car increases your daily costs.

Here are the 4 Reasons why owning a performance car will lose you money:

  1.   Insurance premiums

You will pay higher insurance premiums for a performance car. This is because of the high maintenance cost of such cars. For high-performance cars’ repairs, you may need to import spare parts. They are expensive. The car model repair experts may also not be available locally. You may need to hire a professional to repair the car, and such services are expensive. In determining the insurance premium of a performance car, such factors are likely to lead to an increase in the value of premiums. Car insurance premiums take a big part of your monthly income. For performance cars, it is even higher.




  1.   Fuel cost

You will spend a lot of money on fuel expenses if you have a performance car. You can save the money that you spend on fuel or use it for investment. You will also spend more money on oil and filter changes. This is a regular cost that you will incur after every five thousand miles or so. Even if you do not regularly use the performance car, the few times you use it, you will spend a lot of money on fuel. A high-performance engine also requires high maintenance.

  1.   Repairs and replacement

If you maintain the car in good condition, you may require minimal car repairs and replacement of car parts. But even garage services for performance car costs more. Some of the spare parts of the performance cars are custom-made. You may have to order directly from the car manufacturer. In some instances, the car manufacturer does not operate locally. You may have to import such spare parts, and this increases the price of the spare parts. Ensure that the repairs for performance cars professional. You will incur some costs for such services.

  1.   Car finance

If you have taken a loan to buy a performance car, a big chunk of your income will go to servicing the car loan every month. The car depreciates with time so the salvage value will be lesser than the buying price. You will lose money in terms of taxes as well. Most local authorities charge a higher tax on performance cars. During car inspection, you will also pay more for the service.  Most garages will charge you more at the car wash if you have a performance car.

A performance car will cost you more money to buy and maintain as discussed above. But for prestige and class, you may consider getting one if you can afford it.

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