I Rented A Budget Las Vegas Ferrari Rental

I Rented A Budget Las Vegas Ferrari Rental


Checked out the market in Vegas for exotic rental cars, only to find myself scratching my head. Since we are opening up Gotham Dream Cars in Las Vegas soon, I wanted to see what you get at the budget exotic car rental places that are giving away cars for free essentially. The answer is you get what you pay for.

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100 Comments on "I Rented A Budget Las Vegas Ferrari Rental"


  1. I’ve been in one of Gotham’s cars. It was horrible. Knobs intentionality removed. One of the seats couldn’t be adjusted. The rear tires had ZERO tread. The suspension was shot. The a/c was warm. I walked away with a new life lesson, don’t rent a car everyone drives like an ass in. The Ferrari in this vid has been wrecked. Body lines don’t line up and driver seat air bag had been deployed.. save your money or go see a Brittany performance instead.

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  2. Hertz tries to sell anyone who has insurance that doesn't extend to a rental.
    Thats not double insurance.
    You can insure another car, dude is an idiot.

    But truth be told, who cares about the rental condition. Go drive a ferarri! lol

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  3. People that rent cars like this don't care about all the rest of this crap. Most of my friends would not care they just want to chance to drive a Ferrari and if they pay that much they're happy to do so and that's the market.just looking at it with all this little flaws that cars probably been t-boned and is probably a reconstructed title. And that's why it's only x amount to rent it. Not a big deal once again there's a market for people who can't afford to buy a Ferrari but want the look and the hey hey I drove a Ferrari

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  4. I wouldnt rent because if you pay to rent that thing, you absolutely want to take it for a few runs in the desert. That thing sounds like its going to break down with a hard launch.

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  5. I new it a damn sales pitch his company is the same way they don't care nothing about them damn car's they all chasing$$$$$$ so who's going to keep fixing and putting the car in the shop no real rental car owner because that's taking from the bottom line I'm I correct so he is speaking hogwash BS

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  6. U seem like a dick..Just saying what I'm sure most will feel after watching the video,for REAL..U definitely are the type to complain about everything

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  7. Ya know Frank Sinatra said if you wanna be somebody you buy a Ferrari if you are somebody you buy a Lamborghini

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  8. I hear what he is saying. It really depends on what it is that you want in a car. Make sure you read the contract if they have one. Because a small scratch on a rim could cost you more than what you rented the car for. And if you are told that you have to buy all four rims because you did a small damage on one rim,then walk away. Once you drive off the lot your on your own. And make sure you do a walk around the car before you rent. Any scratches or dents make sure you point it out to the agent and it is noted on paper. Not them saying yea we know,because when you return guess what now your being blamed for damage that was already there,and most likely they did it to the person before that rented it just keep in mind if anything the agent says doesn't sound good to you or makes you feel uncomfortable in what you are being told WALK AWAY. Look at it this way you saved $600,now you have $600 to do something real stupid like playing the slots thinking you going to be a millionaire, and if you do win big now you can go buy your own super car. The price for a rental on a high end car at this place is ok because of all of the problems it has. And if you want to feel like a millionaire for the day then go for it because you don't when youll have another chance. This video was just warning you before you rent in las vegas. So in the end you make the final choice.

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  9. Rob it’s 2 entirely different business models this guy does day rentals to people who want the “ Vegas “ experience

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  10. What kind of a fucking idiot wastes time filming a video about a rental car?

    Did you expect it to be perfect?

    Wow. Seriously. I don’t know who is dumber… you for making this video or me for wasting my time watching it.

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  11. 5:10 I don't know Ferrari engines, but that sounds like a lifter or valve to me.

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  12. The better way to rent a super car is at the track where you can open it up, drift a few corners, go 130 down the straight. I liked Exotics in Vegas. Very nice people, great instructors. Go drive the lowest cost car there and you will have an absolute blast. I liked the Nissan GTR. Rent a nice big comfortable SUV to cruise around town in. It's no fun being cramped in a tiny super car in town.

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  13. sad to see that car in a bad shape i mean its a Farrari. I bet they say things are borken to get more money out of people.

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  14. MYSTERY SOLVED……. that company was called Vegas Luxury Rides, which is now out of business. How did they make the “cheap budget Ferrari” business concept work for so long??? They DID NOT own the cars.

    All the exotics were owner by private parties. They would lure exotic car owners and promise them large amounts of revenue from renting their vehicles. But guess what?? They NEVER paid the vehicle owners….. the owners would have to repossess their vehicles from the rental company. Then they would simply find other exotic car owners and repeat the same scam over and over again!

    How do I know this?? I owned 4 cars in their fleet…… and they NEVER paid me any rental revenue. After giving me the run around and excuses for not paying for 3-4 months…… I personally flew to Vegas with my spare keys and repossessed my vehicles from those idiots. I then reported the business to the attorney general who helped shutdown the fraud cycle.

    So there you have it folks! That’s how you rent a Ferrari for $600/day and create a “profitable business”. You rent exotics that are not yours….. keep all the money…….and never pay the owners! Mystery solved!

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  15. Hey Edward Norton wannabe: first rule of the $600 Ferrari rental = No one talks about the $600 Ferrari rental !!!!

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  16. The insurance and damage games are worrying. That would be enough to put me off this rental.

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  17. $700 just for a nice looking car, but possibly impossible to drive hard cause it looks and sounds like its going to give up very soon..

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  18. I’d rather the spend the extra “couple of bucks” “that will drive better”. You sound salty. And it’s not a couple of bucks. Terrible review and I’m surprised with bow many likes this video has.

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  19. The more I watch your stuff I realized these very expensive cars are just normal cars that cost a lot of freaking money for no reason they're nothing special you have more problems with these cars than any cars ever seen what's the big deal the looks wear off real quick about 20 minutes maybe 30

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  20. rob give me the keys to one of your cars, i can wreck it so u can make a video about how i wrecked a chiron

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  21. 75 k miles driven by supercar renters… That would be enough to beat the shit out of a very solid car… so what might an Italian primadonna only look like after that combined abuse?

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  22. All you haters …. chill out …. I’d be renting a versa anyway . Maybe one day I’ll get a Ferrari for a day . I’d be concerned the owner would accuse me of the issues . I’d have no clue about the tick , or seats …

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  23. Wasn’t mentioned in the video but I would imagine they’d also have an extortionate charge if you were to go over your mileage allowance

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  24. lol 600 seems expensive. Renting these exotic cars is a joke. Wouldn't wanna hear what you'd charge for a day.

    Edit: you're right about him bullshitting you about the gaps on one side of the car. that's not normal for any car, far less a Ferrari.

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  25. I don't see the problem.. You know it's a budget exotic rental, so you cannot expect the best mint cars.. I think it's good to have a choice, get a budget one with wear and tear or a more expensive one that's mint with arguably better service (if you really need that).. I also wouldn't call 700 dollars a day giving it away for free btw, lol.. But I understand, it's competition for a price you cannot offer so you have to talk them down a bit..

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  26. I just got back from Vegas. We stayed at the Bellagio, and from our room, if we looked out towards the freeway that runs parallel to the main strip, we could see some supercars parked up which belonged to some rental company. We got tempted to rent a car, but for some reason, gut instinct told us not to bother, and from discovering this video, Im so glad we did! Not saying whoever that rental company was that we could see was bad as we dont know, but 50/50 chance it could have been a crap car for little money 🙂

    Oh, and heres a tip for anyone thinking of renting a flash car, whether it be supercar, limousine etc, do so for your own entertainment as nobody in vegas gives a crap what you drive, supercars and limos are ten a penny!

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