A Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport is expensive to buy. But you also have to plan for a very, very high maintenance cost.
We won’t teach you anything if we tell you that a supercar is very expensive. But how much? A Bugatti enthusiast decided to answer this question by visiting a dealership in Singapore. And if one could think that the information relating to the cost of maintenance of a Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport was confidential, this is actually not the case, quite the contrary. And for good reason, Muhammad Al Qawi Zamani was able to access all the rates, and the least we can say is that these make you dizzy!
A beautiful mechanism… which is expensive!
First, a visit to the workshop for a emptying must be carried out every 14 months or 16,000 kilometres. On this occasion, the mechanics also changed the sixteen drain plugs as well as the coolant, for a total sum displayed at around €21,300. If, unfortunately, a pebble were to break your windshield, count no less than €51,150 to replace it, and €42,600 for the front discs. A refill of brake fluid as well as a cleaning and a replacement of the cables will cost you for its part a little more than 50,000 € as well. The change of the brake pads is charged 7,700 €, while it takes 3,250 € for the wipers.
Do you find it expensive? Watch out, because it’s not over yet. And for good reason, plan to change tires every 16 to 18 months, as well as rims, between 14 and 16 months, for a respective amount of 27,200 and 42,600 €. Just that. Every 42 to 48 months, depending on your driving style, you will also have to change the four turbos, for the sum of €22,2000. In concrete terms, the maintenance of a Bugatti Chiron Pure Sport will cost you around €330,000 for four years, not including the cost of labour, of course.
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