Cauley Ferrari is proud to offer you this beautiful 2002 Ferrari 360 Spider with the highly desirable 6-Speed Manual Transmission. This example is finished in Rosso Corsa over a Beige leather interior. This car is a beautiful example of Ferrari history and the perfect addition to your garage. Our Factory-trained service team has just gone through this car thoroughly and performed an extensive amount of work which included the following - a fresh timing belt service, a new clutch was installed, all of the sticky buttons were refinished, 4 new tires were installed, and much more. This is a stunning 360 Spider that you are surely going to want to come by to take a closer look at soon as it likely will not be available for very long. Give Cauley Ferrari a call at 248-538-9600 or stop by our dealership in West Bloomfield, MI.
Please ask us about our financing and leasing options available through Ferrari Financial Services (FFS). We can offer you monthly financing as far out as 84 months, Balloon financing up to 60 months, as well as both Open-End Leasing scenarios. FFS is available on all new and pre-owned Ferrari models. These flexible payment options really make getting into a Ferrari easier than ever before. Let us show you how.
- Electric Seats
- Roll Bar in Beige Leather
- Soft Top in Nero
- Pirelli Tires
Dealer Added Items
- Basic Paint Protection Film
- Sirius compatible/HD Radio Alpine Stereo
Ferrari replaced its F355 in 1999 with the aluminum-bodied and curvaceous 360 Modena coupe. Two years later, in 2001, a Spider version debuted. As promised, the Ferrari 360 offered a commensurate leap in performance over the F355 due to extensive use of aluminum throughout, as well as a new 3.6-liter V-8 engine that produced 400 horsepower. A paddle, F-1 type 6-speed transmission became an option in 2000, joining the standard 6-speed manual unit. The car was capable of a 4.3 second 0-60 time. The 360 has mostly proven to be a relatively reliable and easy Ferrari to own. For example, a major belt service can be completed with the engine in the car, whereas the F355s V-8 had to be removed in order to perform the timing belt service.