What is the mileage of a Lamborghini

Lamborghini Aventador

Price and mileage

The Lamborghini Aventador has been monitored since January 6, 2014. Since then, a total of 861 cars have been observed. Of these, 733 (open points) were sold and 128 (full points) are still on the market.

The overview

Full circles stand for current offers, empty circles for offers that are no longer active, i.e. cars that have probably already been sold. The empty circles are shown in three color levels: The strong color level stands for offers that were active within the last year, the middle color level for offers that were active within the year before last and the palest color level for offers that were active in the year before last but one Market were. Offers that are older than 3 years are no longer shown. Click on the graphic to enlarge it!

The analysis

Full circles stand for current offers, empty circles for offers that are no longer active, i.e. cars that have probably already been sold. The empty circles are shown in three color levels: The strong color level stands for offers that were active within the last year, the middle color level for offers that were active within the year before last and the palest color level for offers that were active in the year before last but one Market were. Offers that are older than 3 years are no longer shown. Click on the graphic to enlarge it!

The graph shows the distribution of offers over the last few weeks, months and years. The offer price is plotted from left to right on the x-axis and the mileage of the vehicle from bottom to top on the y-axis. Points on the x-axis stand for vehicles that have not yet been driven, i.e. new vehicles.

A trend is almost always visible: The points are in a zone that runs from the bottom right to the top left, which means that the offer price of the vehicles decreases as the mileage increases.

The drawn loss line follows this trend. It reflects the average relationship between mileage and price. The loss line drawn here shows a gradient of € 4.18 per kilometer. This means that every kilometer covered by an average vehicle leads to an average loss of value of € 4.18, regardless of the mileage.

The loss line can also be used to assess the attractiveness of an offer: if an offer is on the left below the loss line it is comparatively cheap, if it is on the right above the loss line it is comparatively expensive. The further the offer is from the losing line, the cheaper or more expensive it is.

The loss line ends at the bottom of the x-axis at the so-called contact point, here at € 412,685. The contact point is of interest to vehicles for which new vehicles are still available. The immediate loss in value of a new car can be estimated with the value of the contact point. When buying a new car, i.e. when converting a new car into a used car, there is usually a particularly high, disproportionate loss in value. This is regularly expressed in the graph in such a way that most new car offers are on the x-axis to the right of the contact point. If you now find an offer for a new car to the left of the contact point, this means that there is no loss in value of the new car when you buy this vehicle. The reason that this offer is so inexpensive, however, can be found in the limited equipment of this new vehicle.

The contact point is irrelevant for vehicles for which there are no longer any new cars. Note that the contact point, which is estimated from the mileage as shown here, differs from the point of contact estimated from the age of the vehicle due to the process!

If you follow the loss line in the other direction, it theoretically ends with a very high mileage at 0 €. But not for all vehicle types, especially not for the higher quality ones. With these types of vehicles, there is a limit price that will not be undercut, regardless of how high the mileage is. In this case, this is shown as a price wall. The price wall here is € 219,000. A (fully functional) vehicle has never been offered below this price during the observation period.

The price wall also serves as a reference for the performance. If the full points are close to the price wall, the current price level is favorable for the buyer. The further to the right the first full point is from the price wall, the higher the current price level compared to previous, no longer current offers.

Again the key values ​​at a glance:

Loss per kilometer4,18 €
Contact point412.685 €
Price wall219.000 €