As regular readers may remember, I recently decided to drastically reduce the number of miles I've been putting on the Lambo, chiefly because I'd finally got round to totting up exactly how much the car was costing me. With its rapidly increasing mileage pushing the Murciélago's part-exchange value through the floor, it even crossed my mind to try the mileage-rewinding trick from Ferris Bueller's Day Off: jacking up the car and leaving it running in reverse for a couple of days!
|Date acquired||September 2004|
|Costs this month||£2650 (clutch plate)|
|Mileage this month||1141|
|MPG this month||11.0mpg|Visit/spy-shots/201770/porsche-cayman-gt4-rs-spied-718-to-receive-rennsport-treatment
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