How Much is a Bugatti Veyron with a Mansory Body Kit Worth at CarMax?

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Bugatti Veyron modified by Mansory is so exclusive and unique that the CarMax software can’t handle it.

Can you truly put a price on an exotic car? They bring so much joy to many people in so many places that its seems awful and impossible to put a price tag on them. It turns out that you can. You can definitely put a price on an exotic car. That’s how they’re sold, valued, then sold again. For instance, take a look at the Bugatti Veyron in the video above from “TheStradman” on Youtube.

When the Veyron was produced in 2008, it had a retail price of around $1,000,000. In 2014, it was shipped to Mansory, which gave it a titanium exhaust and carbon fiber everything else for an additional – get ready for this – $1.2 million. So all in, the Veyron’s current owner is sitting on about $2,000,000 worth of car. However, that’s not enough for him; he’s thinking of selling it and putting the money he gets toward a new Chiron. Mansory Bugatti Veyron

After having a pleasant experience selling a BMW 7-Series to CarMax, he goes to one of the chain’s locations with The Stradman to see how much it’ll offer for the panda Bugatti. It has more than 12,000 miles and a rock chip in its front bumper, but it’s a one-of-one hypercar that just received $100,000 of service to ready it for sale.


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CarMax’s computer system pays those facts no mind. It’s not familiar with Bugattis, so CarMax employees have to classify the quad-turbo W16 one-off as a 12-cylinder…Volkswagen Beetle. Womp womp.

It doesn’t stop there. Given that CarMax typically deals in high volumes of everyday cars, such as Camrys and F-150s, it’s used to offering everyday amounts of money. As a result, the maximum offer that its computers will allow staff to make is $200,000. CarMax sure found a way to put a price on an exotic, but it’s missing an all-important extra 0.

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Derek Shiekhi contributes to a variety of Internet Brands’ Auto sites, including J-K Forum , Jaguar Forums, and 5 Series. He's also a member of the Texas Auto Writers Association.

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