The most expensive supercars for sale in Warrington

Is it a snazzy Ferrari, a loud Lamborghini, a smooth Mercedes or a nice turbo-charged Porsche?

If you were lucky enough to afford a super car like this, then you would not have far to travel.

Here are the most expensive supercars cars listed on AutoTrader in and around Warrington.

McLaren Senna (2018)

At £799,990, this is the most expensive car listed in Warrington on AutoTrader at present.

The four-liter, V8-powered car only has 253 miles on the clock.

A two-door semi-automatic, the high performance car is finished in onyx black and will be high among petrolheads’ dream vehicles.

Ferrari 488 (2019)

For less than half of the price of the Senna, you could bag yourself a Ferrari.

Featuring the iconic yellow Ferrari color, this supercar’s 3.8-liter petrol engine has only done 827 miles.

The two-door, two-seat coupe would surely turn heads while traveling down Winwick Road.

Lamborghini Aventador (2016)

Could you see yourself driving around town in a Lamborghini? To do so, you need a spare £229,990.

The 6.5-liter petrol engine fitted inside this coupe has only done 6,709 miles.

This example has also been very highly specified from new, with in excess of £25,000 worth of factory fitted options including front and rear parking sensors and a rear-view camera.

Rolls-Royce Dawn (2017)

If luxury is more your style than speed, why not try this Rolls-Royce on the market for £199,990.

What gives this 6.6-liter beast an edge is that it is also a convertible.

With two doors, four seats and four previous owners, this could be yours if you have the money.

Bentley Continental GTC (2021)

Another convertible option is this Bentley, listed for sale for a cool £193,090.

Finished in glacier white with an optional claret roof, the vehicle is internally styled with beluga leather upholstery, featuring contrast red stitching and red leather throughout.

With only one owner from new and in immaculate showroom condition, the seller says that it ‘has to be seen to be fully appreciated’, and that ‘words do not do this car justice’.

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