We’d be very afraid to bring a UV light inside this Huracan

A unique Lamborghini Huracan is now up for grabs on eBay. It carries a listed price of $130,000, making it an intriguing prospect for supercar hunters in the ‘Bay. But before you make an offer for this Huracan, consider the fine print first. This Lambo is owned by Royal Exotic Cars, a Las Vegas-based exotic car rental company that has had this Huracan in the fold since the business started in 2015. It’s logged 188,000 miles, making it the “Highest-Mile Huracan in the WORLD.” If that’s not enough, Royal Exotic Cars founder Houston Crosta claims that almost 2,000 people have driven the Huracan since it was first offered for rental in 2015. Knowing all of that, would you still make a bid for this Lamborghini?

How in the world have 1,900 people driven this Lamborghini Huracan?

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To be clear, this Lamborghini Huracan isn’t your typical privately-owned supercar.

It's owned by Royalty Exotic Cars, a Las Vegas-based company that specializes in car rentals, specifically of the exotic car variety.

That’s the short answer on how almost 2,000 people have driven this Huracan ever since Houston Crosta from Royalty Exotic Cars purchased it in 2015. In fact, this red Huracan was Royalty Exotic Cars’ first car, and the fact that it’s still in proper working condition is a miracle in it of itself given the number of miles it has — 188,000 miles — and, yes, the number of locals and/or tourists that have rented it out in four- or 24-hour periods during their time in Sin City.

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The numbers are staggering, maybe even impressive if you look at it from a different perspective. But the fact that it’s still in great shape despite the number of hours it’s been out on the road in the last five years is probably the best thing about this Huracan.

It still looks good, but it’s had some upgrades, updates, and modifications, right?

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There are no significant modifications attached to this Lamborghini Huracan. It still looks to be in stock form, and the body itself doesn’t show any signs of a car that’s been through the Vegas wringer. That said, this Huracan has had some work done on it in recent years, including a gearbox replacement, an upgraded JRZ suspension, and routine oil changes every 5,000 miles on the road.

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It may have logged almost 200,000 miles with almost 2,000 drivers having had a go at it, but you have to give credit to Royal Exotic Cars for keeping the Huracan in relatively tip-top shape, especially when you consider the state of some of the company’s other exotic rentals. Royal Exotic had a Lamborghini Aventador. That burned to the ground. It also had a McLaren 650S. That also burned down. Then there’s the Ferrari 458, which, fortunately, didn’t burn to the ground. Unfortunately, it got so beat up that the company has had to replace its gearbox a whopping seven times. Thank the Gods, then, that this Huracan hasn’t had that many issues.

Does the Lamborghini Huracan still have the same power and performance figures as it once did?

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Considering how much use and abuse it’s been subjected to, it’s unreasonable to think that this Lamborghini Huracan still produces the same amount of power as it once did.

Remember, a brand new 2015 Huracan is powered by a 5.2-liter V-10 engine that produced 602 horsepower and 413 pound-feet of torque.

Fresh from the factory, the Huracan can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in just 2.5 seconds, hit a quarter-mile in 10.4 seconds at 135 mph, hit 186 mph from a standstill position in just 27.6 seconds, and max out at 212 mph. These are the performance numbers of a brand-new Huracan.

Lamborghini Huracan specifications
Engine 5.2-liter V-10
Horsepower 602 HP
Torque 413 LB-FT
0 to 60 mph 2.5 seconds
Top Speed 212 mph
Quarter mile time 10.4 seconds
Quarter mile speed 135 mph
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Now, what can a Huracan with almost 200,000 miles do? The exact performance numbers of Royal Exotic Car’s Lamborghini Huracan aren’t known, but you can bet that if you line it up with a brand-new, or even low-mileage 2015 Huracan, Royal Exotic’s Lambo is more than likely to get smoked.

Is it a good purchase to buy it for $130,000?

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This is the all-too-important question that needs to be answered. Is a Lamborghini Huracan with almost 200,000 miles on it worth $130,000? The short answer is "no."

We looked up used car sites and noticed that the average listed price of 2015 Lamborghini Huracan models sits at around $180,000. That’s $50,000 more expensive than Royal Exotic Cars’ $130,000 Huracan, but a lot of these models that are listed in Car Gurus have an average mileage of just 15,000 miles. There are even a handful of 2015 Huracan models that are listed for $180,000 with mileage under 10,000 miles. These models are better bargains than what Royal Exotic Cars is offering. And we haven’t even mentioned the company’s admission that almost 2,000 people have driven its Huracan. That’s almost 2,000 people too many for our tastes.

In Royal Exotics’ defense, Crosta appears to be flexible with the price of his 2015 Huracan. He told Car and Driver that he’s been getting offers for around $100,000, and while that it’s hard to verify, we do agree that even with the mileage its carrying and its driving history, Royal Exotics’ 2015 Lamborghini Huracan should be priced around that $100,000 ballpark.

Source: Ebay

Kirby Garlitos
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