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2013 Lamborghini Aventador KBB Expert Review

The Fair Market Range for this car in your area is $400,153 - $408,236.

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MSRP $404,195

Fair Purchase Price $404,195
Fair Market Range ($400,153 - $408,236)

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KBB Expert Review

KBB Editors' Overview

By KBB.com Editors - Updated Date: 3/5/2013


Introduced last year, the 2013 Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 rides into the new year as one of the most desirable high-performance driving machines in the world. Steeped in the Italian tradition of wrapping speed and maneuverability in stunningly seductive sheet metal, Lamborghini excels in transforming modern transportation into a rolling art form. In truth, the "sheet metal" we speak of is largely aluminum and carbon fiber, the latter ensuring maximum strength and minimal weight. Coupled with a 691-horsepower V12 engine and all-wheel drive, the Aventador can propel its occupants to 60 mph in under three seconds and continue up to an astonishing 217 mph terminal velocity. At nearly $400,000, the Aventador travels in a small, impressive cadre of cars, including the Ferrari 458 and the McLaren MP4-12C.

You'll Like This Car If...

In the world of exotic super cars, the 2013 Lamborghini Aventador has it all. Visually intoxicating, the Aventador is fast, furious and more exclusive than any Ferrari, Lexus or Aston Martin.

You May Not Like This Car If...

The Aventador is all about making a lasting impression both on and off the track. But, it's not designed for long term driving comfort. If you want something thrilling to drive that also has a refined side, we suggest the 510 horsepower Aston Martin DBS might be a better fit.

What's New for 2013

The Aventador for 2013 gains start/stop technology and cylinder deactivation for improved fuel economy. The springs and shocks are stiffened this year, and a new roadster joins the coupe.

Driving It Driving Impressions

There is nothing subtle about the 2013 Lamborghini Aventador and that description includes the ride. Underpinned by a Formula One-style racing suspension, the Aventador's shock absorbers are rock hard, so despite excellent, form-fitting seats, drivers will get jostled around on all but glass-smooth pavement. Ultra-wide tires give tremendous grip and huge, ceramic anti-lock disc brakes deliver jaw-dropping stopping power. Stability control keeps this rear-biased, mid-engine supercar from swapping ends due to injudicious brake application or throttle lifting mid-corner. A driver-selectable Drive Mode Select system with Strada (road), Sport (sporty road) and Corsa (track) settings varies transmission shift firmness, steering effort, throttle response and stability-control responsiveness. Choose the Strada setting for date night and save Corsa for channeling your inner bull fighter.

Favorite Features

START/STOP IGNITION BUTTON
Reinforcing the jet-fighter jockey theme, the engine starts and stops by pushing a very prominent console-mounted button under a guarded, red door reminiscent of a missile-launch control panel.

SCISSORS DOORS
These say you've got a tricked-out ride every time you get into or out of your Lambo. They swivel up cockpit-style instead of out and if you're clumsy you can bang your head or pinch a finger. With scissors doors your Aventador won't fit into some garages, but if you can afford this car, you can afford a bigger garage.


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