Used Ferrari FF cars for sale

internal.raccars.co.uk currently have 6 used Ferrari FF cars for sale

Ferrari FF

6.3 Auto Seq 3dr

 
£148,000
2012(12)
£2,824.61 per month
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  • 21,711
  • Automatic
  • Petrol
  • 0L
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Ferrari FF

2014/63 F1 DCT 2-Door

£179,950
2014(63)
 
 
  • 4,296
  • Semi Automatic
  • Petrol
  • 6.3L
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Ferrari FF

2dr Auto Automatic

£143,950
2012(12)
£2,746.79 per month
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  • 17,030
  • Semi Automatic
  • Petrol
  • 6.3L
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Ferrari FF

2014/64 F1 DCT 2-Door

£169,950
2014(64)
 
 
  • 10,185
  • Semi Automatic
  • Petrol
  • 6.3L
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Ferrari FF

2dr Auto

£156,445
2013(13)
 
 
  • 18,552
  • Automatic
  • Petrol
  • 6.3L
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Ferrari FF

2012/12 F1 DCT

£156,950
 
 
  • 14,045
  • Semi Automatic
  • Petrol
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Used Ferrari Ff

A history lesson…

Ferrari is best known for its two seater, two wheel drive supercars which have sustained it over the decades and earned it plenty of passionate fans.
 
However, in 2011 the Italian manufacturer decided to turn convention on its head and release the Ferrari FF.
 
Rather confusingly, the FF stands for Ferrari Four, so if you say its name without the acronym it's known as the Ferrari Ferrari Four.
 
Putting that to one side, the title is actually quite useful, since it points to the fact that this is not only a supercar grand tourer with four seats rather than two, but also a Ferrari with four wheel drive. No other production car from this firm has ever featured the same setup, which makes it something of a novelty.
 
It's safe to say that responses to the Ferrari FF were a little mixed when it first appeared at the Geneva Motor Show, although this was mostly down to the fact that a lot of people were surprised by what this model had to offer.
 
Ferrari produced the FF partly out of necessity, because the two wheel drive 599 GTO was a bit of a beast to drive because of how much power it was delivering to just two wheels. Meanwhile the Porsche Panamera was stealing market share with its four seater setup and a modern competitor needed to be built.
 
Bang for your buck
 
The Ferrari FF tucks a 6.3 litre V12 engine beneath its bonnet, giving it a 651bhp peak output when the revs get up to 8000. Like other modern Ferraris this comes with a seven speed gearbox and a double clutch mechanism that echoes those found in Formula 1 racers, allowing it to shift quicker and cleaner than any manual out there.
 
While the engine is a big deal, it's the surprising practicality of the FF's design that really stands out once you get inside. The two seats in the rear are actually large enough to accommodate adults, with only minor headroom issues affecting those over six feet in height.
 
Ferrari has even worked in flexible seating, which means you can fold down the rear seats to expand the boot's 450 litre capacity up to 800 litres when you've got a particularly large amount of luggage to ferry around.
 
There is even the option to equip the headrests of the front seats with individual screens for media playback and other entertainment facilities. This means that the FF is targeted at people who want to own a Ferrari that might be decent enough for the whole family, or at least adults who get bored on long journeys.
 
Standard kit includes carbon ceramic brakes, a stellar stereo system and alloy wheels which are specifically designed to be as light as possible. All this in a car that can hit 208mph flat out? That's Ferrari for you.
 
What you'll pay
 
The Ferrari FF isn't subject to particularly harsh depreciation, so those owners looking to sell it after a year behind the wheel will probably be asking for over £200,000.
 
For the most recent iterations you'll be looking at closer to £250,000. The good news is that Ferrari has actually made the V12 engine more efficient than those that came before, while also working on its carbon footprint.
 
It has a combined rating of 18.3 miles per gallon, which will benefit those who know how to drive this monster with a light foot.
 
What to check
 
A model this new should be expected to be in pristine condition. Damage of any kind can seriously compromise the used price, which is good if you're looking to buy but a bit of a bother for sellers.
 
Parts
 
It's a Ferrari, so parts will be priced appropriately. Don't come into the kitchen if you can't stand the heat.
 
How it drives
 
Ferrari hasn't just slapped on a 4WD system to one of its more standard designs for the FF. Instead it has worked hard to dramatically reduce the weight of the setup required to deliver power to all four tyres, resulting in a car that feels phenomenally fast and is also better equipped to make use of the power available to it.

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