Used Ferrari FF Coupes

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2015 Ferrari FF What's new for 2015? 
2015 Ferrari FF

For 2015, Ferrari has finally ditched the antiquated Chrysler-sourced audio and navigation unit for a more modern piece. Along with better navigation and functionality, the 2015 FF by Ferrari now features CarPlay, a system that uses the navigation screen to display maps, apps and messages from one’s smartphone.

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2014 Ferrari FF What's new for 2014? 
2014 Ferrari FF

The most notable changes from the 2013 to the 2014 Ferrari FF 4-passenger sports coupe is the addition of once-optional features such as cruise control, auto-dimming mirrors, power front seats, a rearview camera and an automatic rear hatch.

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2013 Ferrari FF What's new for 2013? 
2013 Ferrari FF

The Ferrari FF was all-new for the 2012 model year. Subsequently, the 2013 iteration is virtually unchanged.

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2012 Ferrari FF What's new for 2012? 
2012 Ferrari FF

The FF is all new for 2012, replacing the Ferrari 612.

About Ferrari FF

We can’t help drawing comparisons between the 2015 Ferrari FF high-performance coupe and the old BMW Z4. But, it’s not just the FF’s wagon-like tail that’s a bit out of place for a Ferrari; there are an extra pair of seats for additional passengers and an actual cargo hold behind them. Further differences appear under the FF’s seductive metal skin, where an all-wheel-drive (AWD) setup is mated to a fire-breathing 651-horsepower 6.3-liter V12 engine. Despite all this high-powered hardware, the Ferrari FF for 2015 remains just under the 4,000-pound mark, enhancing both performance and handling. Even millionaires, however, are careful with their money, and one can obtain less exclusive exotic cars such as a Porsche Panamera or Jaguar XKR-S for far less money.