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$499,995OBO

200 miles

N Middletown, NJ

Private seller

$469,800

13,220 miles

West Chicago, IL

Chicago Motor Cars

$459,950

2,643 miles

North Miami Beach, FL

Prestige Imports

$444,999

45 miles

Richardson, TX

Lamborghini Dallas

$439,950

1,350 miles

North Miami Beach, FL

Prestige Imports

$434,950

521 miles

North Miami Beach, FL

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$429,999

429 miles

Richardson, TX

Lamborghini Dallas

$429,995

573 miles

La Jolla, CA

O'Gara Coach San Diego

$425,000

10,700 miles

Tampa, FL

Certified Motors Group

$421,764

246 miles

Kelowna, BC

August Luxury Motorcars

$419,950

287 miles

North Miami Beach, FL

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$419,900

405 miles

Charlotte, NC

Lamborghini Charlotte

$414,990

2,740 miles

Beverly Hills, CA

O'Gara Coach Beverly Hills Bentley/Lamborghini

$409,951

923 miles

West Palm Beach, FL

Lamborghini Palm Beach

$409,800

966 miles

Chicago, IL

Bentley Bugatti Lamborghini Maserati and Rolls-Royce of Chicago

$407,777

416 miles

Boerne, TX

Mark Motors

$407,155

4,079 miles

Kirkland, QC

John Scotti Automotive LTEE

$405,951

864 miles

West Palm Beach, FL

Lamborghini Palm Beach

$404,999

820 miles

Richardson, TX

Lamborghini Dallas

$399,998

6,777 miles

Fort Lauderdale, FL

Carrio Motor Cars

$399,954

88 miles

Toronto, ON

Grand Touring Automobiles

$399,951

186 miles

West Palm Beach, FL

Lamborghini Palm Beach

$399,950

322 miles

North Miami Beach, FL

Prestige Imports

$399,888

123 miles

Boerne, TX

Mark Motors

$399,883

272 miles

Kirkland, QC

John Scotti Automotive LTEE

$399,883

149 miles

Kirkland, QC

John Scotti Automotive LTEE

$399,850

45 miles

Bellevue, WA

OpenRoad Northwest

$399,450

4,113 miles

Miami, FL

Limited Spec Automotive

$398,800

490 miles

Chicago, IL

Bentley Bugatti Lamborghini Maserati and Rolls-Royce of Chicago

$396,495

2,255 miles

Sarasota, FL

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Of Lamborghini's dozen-plus production cars, the Huracán—or, officially, the Lamborghini LP 610-4—is the one most likely to exceed the performance limits of Saltville, despite its lighter, smaller footprint compared to the larger V12 models. Weighing 3,135 lbs and accelerating from 0-60 mph in 3.1 seconds, with a top speed of 202 mph, the Huracán boasts Lamborghini's lowest trim price point. Named after a famed Spanish fighting bull known for its nimbleness and valor, it comes in at a base price of $241,945. With its 5.2-liter V10 in the center of an aluminum and carbon-fiber frame, the Huracán offers all-wheel drive.

The Huracán—named, like the Aventador, after a mythological figure; in this instance, Zeus’s rival—made its debut at the 2014 Geneva Auto Show and was available for purchase by the spring of the same year. It features a 7-speed, dual-clutch automated manual gearbox that is employed across Lamborghini’s contemporary models. Its angular styling represents a departure from its predecessors.

A (now discontinued) variant, the 2016 Huracán Spyder, maintained the same drivetrain and added an open-top design to enhance the audibility of the engine’s V10 roar.

Inside, the Huracán evokes the feel of a custom-built jet fighter. It features heated and cooled leather upholstery, column-mounted aluminum-cast switchgear, and a distorted hexagonal pattern that visually expands the cabin interior.

For those who appreciate streamlined functionality, the dashboard cleanly integrates most driving information along with navigation and audio controls. Extensive use of composite materials helps keep the weight down, achieve 20 mpg on the highway, and maintain that top speed of 202 mph. The all-wheel-drive system propels the car from zero to 124 mph rapidly.

The 620-2 Super Trofeo was developed through a collaboration between Dallara Engineering and Giampaolo Dallara, who was a pivotal engineer for the 1963 Miura. This pure racing car, designed exclusively for the track, requires no modifications and features a single-seat configuration. It utilizes the same V10 engine as the road-going Huracán but, thanks to a hybrid carbon-fiber and aluminum chassis and other weight-reduction measures, achieves a power-to-weight ratio of 4.5 pounds per horsepower. The race car is equipped with numerous aerodynamic enhancements including a ten-position rear wing, front and rear diffusers, and adjustable front air intakes. If you’re interested in purchasing a used Lamborghini Huracán, be assured that the current market inventory is plentiful.

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