For a brand that screams opulence, sophistication, and strength, the name Bugatti is one that stands alone. Owning a modern Bugatti requires millions of dollars simply for the initial purchase.
The CHIRON is the quickest, most potent, and unique super sports automobile ever produced by BUGATTI. It is a one-of-a-kind masterpiece of art, form, and technique that exceeds expectations thanks to its sophisticated design, cutting-edge technology, and performance-oriented form.
Currently, the price tag of this vehicle is a whopping GHC 24 million. The car came into the limelight recently after Dr. Osei Kwame Despite (a Famous Ghanaian Philanthropist and Entrepreneur) purchased one to mark his 60th birthday.
To purchase the Chiron is one thing. The cost of maintenance is a different thing entirely. How much does it cost to maintain the Chiron in Ghana? Let’s dive into it.
Because the Chiron is built with such complicated engineering, maintaining it in perfect working condition is complex and, as you will soon discover, not even remotely economical. The automobile requires the following maintenance, in order:
Every 10,000 miles or 14 months, the Chiron Pur Sport needs a fluid change, which costs GHC 202,226. The 16 drain plug points, coolant, oil, and an oil filter are all included in this servicing.
The Chiron needs a new set of wheels for maximum high-speed safety every 14 months, costing around GHC 397,126. (excluding the tires).
Every 16 to 24 months, the Chiron’s tires need to be replaced. The cost of tires made particularly for the automobile is roughly GHC 64,707. The price of a set of some high-end tires, such as the Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2R TR tires, can reach GHC 339,737 in some cases.
The front discs cost GHC 404,461, and the supplementary pads cost GHC 72,795. Then Bugatti demands an additional GHC 477,257 to cover fluids, cleaning, and other braking system maintenance.
During this time, the air duct will cost GHC 177,961, the turbochargers will cost GHC 210,315, and the complete fuel tank will cost GHC 355,922.
You will require at least three oil changes, two rim/tire replacements, a set of brakes, engine tuning, and one replacement for each fuel tank, quad turbos, and air duct coolers for four years. You would need about GHC 4 million every four years to maintain the Bugatti Chiron.
This figure is only valid considering you do not cause any damage to the vehicle, as any inflicted damage will require more cost to fix. For example, if you scratch your Chiron’s body and wish to do a paint job, that will cost you around GHC 445,754.
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