Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport maintenance can cost about 3.7 kroner every 4 years

Bugatti offers a global service program dedicated to the Chiron and Veyron supercars.

by : HT Auto Office
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February 14, 2022, 10:01 am

Bugatti Chiron Power Sport photo file (Bugatti)

Considering that the cheapest model offered by supercar maker Bugatti is over $2.5 million, service and maintenance costs for the brand’s vehicles are usually on the higher side. It is estimated that the cost of maintaining and servicing its vehicles is approximately $500,000 (approx R3.7 crore) every four years.

The automaker offers a custom global service program for the Chiron and Veyron. The service team consists of 10 highly trained Bugatti technicians who travel around the world to serve Chiron or Veyron customers, and are available to speak 24/7.

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Recently, Muhammad Al Qawi Zamani, a Bugatti enthusiast from Malaysia who lives in Singapore, visited the newly established showroom in Singapore and claimed to have received detailed information on the maintenance of his Chiron Pur Sport, Malaysian magazine Pultan reported. Zamani’s goal at the time was to calculate the $3 million maintenance cost of the limited-edition supercar over a four-year period.

However, the amount estimated in this way is indicative only as it does not include any taxes, labor charges, transportation and travel costs. According to Zamani, first service is due at 14 months/16,000 km (about 10 km) and Bugatti technicians begin replacing the engine oil with Castrol Edge Fluid Titanium Technology SAE 10W-60, oil filter, coolant, and sixteen drain plugs for RM 104,613 ($24,979 / €21,271).

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Furthermore, replacing the front carbon ceramic rotors and 3D-printed calipers with titanium brake pads costs RM246891 ($58,952 / €50,318), while replacing brake fluid, cables, and brake components for cleaning costs another $246,886 ($58,951 / €50,316). ). Every 14-16 months/16,000km, the owner will also need to replace the lightweight rims which cost RM209,225 ($49,958 / €42,641) for the entire set.

After that, the tires have to be changed every 16 and 18 months, and if you go for a Pirelli Winter Sottozero 3, Michelin Pilot Sport PAX or Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 XL, it will cost around RM33,476 (US$7,993 / €6,822).

First Publication Date: February 14, 2022, 10:00 AM IST

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