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2008 LAMBORGHINI GALLARDO 5.0 V10 SPYDER E GEAR AUTO/PAD PEARL YELLOW 27K MILES

19" ALLOYS FULL LEATHER PARKING SENSORS AIR CON

Price: £ 69500

Product Details

Model :

Gallardo

Colour :

Yellow

Safety Features :

Drive Side :

Right-hand drive

In-Car Audio :

MOT Expiry :

202010

Reg. Date :

20080508

Interior/Comfort Options :

Service History Available :

Yes

Fuel :

Petrol

Metallic Paint :

Yes

Year :

2008

Exterior :

V5 Registration Document :

Present

Independent Vehicle Inspection :

Yes

Manufacturer :

Lamborghini

Engine Size :

5

Transmission :

Semi-Automatic

Doors :

2

Mileage :

27000

Seats :

2

Body Type :

Convertible

Drivetrain :

4 WD

What the Seller Says

2008 LAMBORGHINI GALLARDO 5.0 V10 SPYDER E GEAR AUTO/PAD WE ARE PLEASED TO BE ABLE TO OFFER FOR SALE THIS AMAZING LAMBORGHINI GALLARDO CONVERTIBLE IN STUNNING PEARL YELLOW, THE CAR HAS ONLY COVERED 27K GENUINE MILES FROM NEW, THIS CAR IS NOT FOR THE SHY AS IT IS A REAL HEAD TURNER AND GETS LOTS OF ATTENTION EVERYWHERE IT GOES, WITH A TOP SPEED OF 195.11mph AND 0-60 TIME OF 3.9 SECONDS THIS IS A SERIOUS BIT OF KIT, THE CAR WAS PREVIOUSLY OWNED BY ROLLS ROYCE MOTOR CARS OF LONDON AND WAS SERVICED BY HR OWEN OF LONDON, THE CAR IS FULLY HPI CLEAR A FULL REPORT WILL BE PROVIDED LONG MOT UNTIL 14/10/2020 PART EXCHANGE WELCOME TRY US, CARS, BIKES, BOATS OR MOTOR HOMES, Stunning pearl yellowYellow brake calipers with Lamborghini logoClimate seatsLeather packNavigation systemParking sensorsClimate control19" Callisto 3 piece split rims in blackGiallo brake calipersNero leather seats with Giallo yellow stitchingBranding packSat navElectric seatsHeated seatsDual zone climateSports modeE-Gear with paddle shiftFull electric roof OVERVIEWManufacturerLAMBORGHINIModelGALLARDO SPYDERDerivativeSpyder E Gear Year:2008 (08)Date of Registration:8th May, 2008Mileage:26,700 milesTransmission:AutomaticBody Style:SportsFuel:PetrolColour:Giallo Midas Doors2InteriorNero Hide With Giallo StitchingEngine Size4961 cc Automobile magazine calls the Lamborghini Gallardo "truly the stuff of extreme daily driving" and most test drivers agree. It rides smoothly enough to be used every day -- but also handles and accelerates well enough to be a very viable competitor on the track. Acceleration and PowerThe 2008 Gallardo comes with a 5.0-liter mid-mounted V10 engine that makes 520 horsepower at 8,000 rpm and 376 pound-feet of torque at 4,250 rpm. According to Lamborghini, the Gallardo can reach 0 to 100 kilometers per hour (62.1 miles per hour) in 3.95 seconds and has a top speed of 196 mph. Test drivers find it more than adequate, with Road and Track appreciating that 80 percent of the engine's maximum torque is delivered at a "very low" 1,500 rpm. The review continues: "Once all four tires grab the asphalt, the Gallardo explodes forward with a ferocious growl. The deep-throated rumble through the exhaust is accompanied by hisses from the thirsty V-10 gulping as much fresh air as possible through the air intakes just over your shoulders." Likewise, the Arizona Republic comments, "The shocking acceleration is like one of those NASA rocket sleds and accompanied by a raucous shriek that you could hear in the next county."Given its powerful V10 engine, it's no surprise that the Gallardo gets less than spectacular fuel economy. "Gas mileage is dismal, but nobody's buying these things for their economy," the Arizona Republic aptly states. The Gallardo coupe with the manual transmission is expected to net 10 miles per gallon (mpg) in the city and 17 mpg on the highway. With the optional E-gear automatic, it should get 11/17 mpg city/highway. The Gallardo Spyder convertible should get 10/15 city/highway with the manual and 10/16 with the automatic.The Gallardo comes with a six-speed manual transmission. An optional sequential E-gear transmission features paddles on the steering column for manual shifting. Test drivers offer little criticism of the manual, which the Arizona Republic says is "smooth and easy to shift, with the classic 'gated' shifter looking and feeling appropriately macho." Likewise, New car test drive calls it "a very good transmission,"Handling and BrakingWith permanent all-wheel drive and a 42/58 (front/rear) weight distribution, the Gallardo is a study in handling and agility. It features an aluminum space frame with aluminum double wishbone front and rear suspensions. "On the road, the ride over the highway concrete slabs is acceptable," says Road and Track "However, any long-distance road trip of three hours or so can be taxing on the lower back since the seats are firm and the suspension is tuned for sporty handling." But road trips are not the point of this supercar -- and "sporty handling is where the Gallardo excels," continues Road and Track "Find a winding country road and the baby Lambo rewards with its buttery-smooth sense of balance as it dances through the corners."Drivers are even pleased with the Spyder convertible, which might not be expected to handle as well due to its non-fixed roof. "The suspension is stiff but supple, allowing Gallardo to be tossed into turns with amazing grace," the Arizona Republic writes of the Spyder. "No way did I get this craft near its limits, but I enjoyed the quick response from steering, suspension and brakes." The Orlando Sentinel adds, "On the road, the Gallardo Spyder is as sure-footed as its hardtop cousin" and calls it "one of the stiffest drop-tops I've driven."The Gallardo's power-assisted rack-and-pinion steering pleases most. "This car turns in neatly and has very quick reflexes," says Automobile Magazine "The sensitivity of the controls, though, guarantees that you're never out of sync with the thing." Road and Track also reports good results: "At the test track, the Gallardo circled our 200-ft.-diameter skidpad averaging an excellent 0.95g and showing moderate understeer. And on our slalom course, the car's ability to thread through the cones with ease was impressive. None of the bulkiness and sluggishness in sudden directional changes normally associated with all-wheel-drive vehicles is there."All-Wheel DriveThe Gallardo comes with a permanent all-wheel drive system that "can send up to 100 percent of the engine's torque to either the front or rear tires, but normally operates at 42 percent front-drive and 58 percent rear-drive for maximum performance on dry pavement," New car test drive explains. Test drivers say the system greatly aids handling, with The auto channel noting it "glued the Gallardo to the road."To further aid handling, the Gallardo gets a full Electronic Stability Program, which receives good reviews from AutoWeek: "With ESP duly switched on, the car was easy to fling around, and hitting the sport button made the e-gear transmission shift more quickly while also reducing ESP's restrictions," they explain. "If you turn in too late and brake too late -- throwing the car around at will -- ESP protects you from yourself. Just nail the gas, bang through the gears and jump on the brakes." THE PICTURES DO NOT DO THIS CAR JUSTICE AS IN THE FLESH IT LOOKS EVEN MORE STUNNING, VIEWING IS MORE THAN WELCOME ANYTIME, THE PRIVATE PLATE IS NOT INCLUDED IN THE SALE IT IS ONLY FOR ADVERTISING PURPOSES!! PLENTY MORE PHOTOS CAN BE PROVIDED UPON REQUEST THE ORIGINAL REGISTRATION IS LJ08FCF OPEN TO ANY TRIAL OR INSPECTION PRIOR TO SALE ENDFOR ANY FURTHER INFO OR TO ARRANGE A VIEWING PLEASE CALL07915002318