Pre-owned Lamborghini Urus SUV: Does it make sense to buy a used supercar? [Video]

The Urus was second-ever SUV from Lamborghini and it is a big hit in the market. Many famous personalities throughout the world own a Lamborghini Urus. Such expensive vehicles also lose their value very fast once they hit the pre-owned market. Here, we have a video in which the host reviews a pre-owned Lamborghini Urus.

The video is uploaded on YouTube by Paisa Tera Baap Dega. He gives us some details of the Lamborghini Urus and then takes it for a drive. The Urus is finished in a brilliant shade of Giallointi which is basically yellow. On the sides, we can see the colours of the Italian flag.

It is powered by a 4.0-litre V8 petrol engine that has been twin-turbocharged. It produces a max power output of 650 Ps and a peak torque output of 850 Nm. It is mated to an 8-speed automatic transmission that is sourced from ZF. The transmission transfers the power to all four wheels. The same engine is also being used by Audi, Bentley and Porsche for their vehicles also but they do tune it according to their own preferences. The Urus can hit a ton in 3.6 seconds and has a top speed of 305 kmph. That is quite commendable considering that it weighs a massive 2.2 tonnes.

Pre-owned Lamborghini Urus SUV: Does it make sense to buy a used supercar? [Video]

There are various drive modes that Lamborghini offers. Urus comes with Strada, Sport, Corsa, Sabbia, Terra and Neve drive mode. So, there are six drive modes.

The primary reason for Urus selling so well is that it can be called the perfect sports car that you can drive daily. The biggest flaw with sports cars is that they are not practical, have limited space and have very low ground clearance. The Urus solves all these issues. It can seat 4 persons very easily and has a very usable boot space of 616 litres and a ground clearance of 248 mm so it can go over the largest of speed breakers. You can further increase the boot space to 1,600 litres by folding the seats.

The host shows us the puddle lamps, Alcantara lined door panels, Bang and Olufson speaker system, and frameless doors that have a soft close function. The alloy wheels of Urus measure 22 inches but the one we see in the video measure 23 inches.  The host then drives the Urus. He says that the steering wheel is very sharp and agile. The brakes are also good. There is a slight hint of lag because he is in the Street driving mode.

The host also goes through the invoice of the car. The SUV has barely done 10,000 km and is a 2021 model so it is not even a year old. The invoice is for Rs. 4.35 Crores which is quite a lot. The SUV is also covered with self-healing PPF that also costs Rs. 2.5-3 lakhs. The RTO charges cost around Rs. 20 lakhs and the insurance cost Rs. 8 lakhs. The seller is selling it for Rs. 3.95 Crores.