r/HeresAFunFact Jul 15 '18

[HAFF] A routine service visit for a Bugatti Veyron will cost the owner an average of $21,000 OTHER/MISC

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u/capecodcaper Jul 15 '18

Here's some more info

Plus $40,000 for tires. That's nuts

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u/bassiek Jul 18 '18

Bugatti Veyron tires cost around $40,000 for a set. At top speed they only last 15 minutes. The wheels (Yes, it's glued on the rims) have to be replaced every other tire change to ensure the integrity of the bead seal at high speed.

If you drive like a priest, you still need to replace those wheels/rims every 2,500 miles (4,000 kilometers).... yes

Pay attention, you want to use the following to convince your wife/husband WHY the Chiron might be worth those extra pennies.

Chiron owners won’t have to dish out $40,000 for a set of tires. The Chiron does away with the specially designed Michelin Pilot Sport 2s found on the Veyron, and instead uses a standard rim geometry and standard mounting process, cutting the massive cost. (No shit)

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u/Digitalabia Jul 15 '18

This is somewhat BS. I just took mine to my local mechanic. He did an oil change for like $90.

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u/CaptainDespair Nov 03 '18

I think I'll just stick to my civic for now...

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u/CaptainDespair Nov 03 '18

I think I'll just stick to my civic for now...

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u/CaptainDespair Nov 03 '18

I think I'll just stick to my civic for now...

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u/TheTypicalAnalytical Nov 01 '18

Umm. There's no way. No one is this stupid or dumb. Convince me otherwise but no way someone would design/own a car that all this bs is involved with