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Ferrari Car Showrooms in Maharashtra

Ferrari Car Showrooms in Maharashtra - Find a list of Ferrari Car Showrooms in Maharashtra along with their Service Centre available in Maharashtra with their Address, Contact person, Phone Numbers, Fax Number, Email IDs etc.

Ferrari Car Showrooms in Maharashtra

  • Achalpur
  • Aheri
  • Ahmadnagar (Ahmednagar)
  • Ahmadnagar Cantonment
  • Ahmadpur (Ahmedpur)
  • Ajra
  • Akkalkot
  • Akkalkuwa
  • Akluj
  • Akola
  • Akot
  • Alandi
  • Alibag
  • Amalner
  • Ambad
  • Ambarnath
  • Ambejogai (Ambajogai)
  • Ambepur
  • Ambivali T. Tungartan (Ambivali Tarf Wankhal)
  • Amgaon bk.
  • Amravati
  • Anantpur
  • Anjangaon
  • Arvi
  • Asangaon
  • Ashta
  • Ashti
  • Aurangabad
  • Aurangabad Cantonment
  • Ausa
  • Awadhan
  • Awalpur
  • Badlapur
  • Balapur
  • Balirampur
  • Ballarpur
  • Bamhni
  • Banda
  • Baramati
  • Barshi
  • BasmathBela
  • Bhadgaon
  • Bhadravati
  • Bhagur
  • Bhandara
  • Bhiwandi Nizampur
  • Bhokar
  • Bhokara
  • Bhokardan
  • Bhor
  • Bhum
  • Bhusawal
  • Bhuwaneshwar
  • Bid (Beed)
  • Bid Rural
  • Biloli
  • Birwadi
  • Boisar
  • Borgaon (Meghe)
  • Bori
  • Borivali Tarf Rahur
  • Borkhedi
  • Borli Panchtan
  • Brahmapuri (Bramhapuri)
  • Budhgaon
  • Buldana (Buldhana)
  • Burhanagar
  • Chakan
  • Chalisgaon
  • Chandkapur
  • Chandrapada
  • Chandrapur
  • Chandur
  • Chandurbazar
  • Chandur Railway
  • Chandvad (Chandwad)
  • Chanje
  • Chendhare
  • Chicholi
  • Chikhala
  • Chikhaldara
  • Chikhli
  • Chinchani
  • Chiplun
  • Chitegaon
  • Chopda
  • Dabhol
  • Dadar
  • Dahanu
  • Dandi
  • Dapoli Camp
  • Darewadi
  • Darwha
  • Daryapur (Banosa)
  • Dattapur Dhamangaon
  • Daund
  • Davlameti
  • Deglur
  • Dehu
  • Dehu Road
  • Deogiri
  • Deolali Cantonment
  • Deolali Pravara
  • Deoli
  • Deori
  • Desaiganj
  • Deulgaon Raja
  • Devrukh
  • Dhanegaon
  • Dharangaon
  • Dharmabad
  • Dharni
  • Dharur
  • Dhatau
  • Dhopatala
  • Dhule
  • Digdoh
  • Digras
  • Dondaicha-Warwade
  • Dudhani
  • Durgapur
  • Dyane
  • Eklahare
  • Erandol
  • Faizpur
  • Fulchur
  • Gadchiroli
  • Gadhinglaj
  • Gandhinagar
  • Ganeshpur
  • Gangakhed
  • Gangapur
  • Georai (Gevrai)
  • Ghatanji
  • Ghoti Budruk
  • Ghugus
  • Ghulewadi
  • Gimhavane
  • Godoli
  • Gokul Shirgaon
  • Gokunda
  • Gondiya (Gondia)
  • Gondpipri
  • Goregaon
  • Gotheghar
  • Greater Mumbai [Bombay]
  • Hadgaon
  • Hajarmachi
  • Harsul
  • Hinganghat
  • Hingoli
  • Hinjavadi
  • Hudkeshwar
  • Hupari
  • Ichalkaranji
  • Igatpuri
  • Indapur
  • Isasani
  • Jalgaon
  • Jalgaon Jamod
  • JalochiJalna
  • Jamkhed
  • Jamner
  • Jasai
  • Jawhar
  • Jaysingpur
  • Jejuri
  • Jintur
  • Junnar
  • Kabnur
  • Kagal
  • Kaij
  • Kalamb
  • Kalambe Turf Thane
  • Kalameshwar
  • Kalamnuri
  • Kalher
  • Kalmath
  • Kalundre
  • Kalyan-Dombivli (Kalyan-Dombivali)
  • Kambe (in: Bhiwandi subdistrict)
  • Kambe (in: Kalyan subdistrict)
  • Kamptee
  • Kamptee Cantonment
  • Kandari
  • Kandhar
  • Kanhan (Pipri)
  • Kankavli
  • Kannad
  • Karad
  • Karad Rural
  • Karanja (Karanja Lad)
  • Karanje Tarf Satara (Karanje Turf Satara)
  • Karivali
  • Karjat
  • Karle
  • Karmala
  • Kasara Budruk
  • Katai
  • Katangi Kala
  • Katkar
  • Katol
  • Kegaon
  • Khadkale
  • Khadki
  • Khaira
  • Khamari
  • Khamgaon
  • Khandbara
  • Khapa
  • Khapar
  • Kharabwadi
  • Kharbav
  • Khardi
  • Kharghar
  • Khed
  • Kherdi
  • Khoni
  • Khopoli
  • Khuldabad
  • Kinwat
  • Kirkee Cantonment (Khadki)
  • Kodoli
  • Kolhapur
  • Kolki
  • Kon
  • Kondumal
  • Kopargaon
  • Koradi
  • Koregaon
  • Koregaon Bhima
  • Korochi
  • Kudal
  • Kudus
  • Kudwa
  • Kundalwadi
  • Kurduvadi
  • Kurkheda
  • Kurul
  • Kurundvad (Kuruntwad)
  • Kusgaon Budruk
  • Kuwarbav
  • Lanja
  • Lasalgaon
  • Latur
  • Loha
  • Lohara
  • Lonand
  • Lonar
  • Lonavala (Lonavla)
  • Madhavnagar
  • Mahabaleshwar
  • Mahad
  • Mahadula
  • Mahapoli
  • Mahindale
  • Maindargi
  • Majgaon
  • Makranifali
  • Maldhe
  • Malegaon
  • Malkapur
  • Malwan
  • Manchar
  • Mangalvedhe (Mangalwedha)
  • Mangrulpir
  • Manjlegaon
  • Manmad
  • Manor
  • Manwath
  • Masala
  • Matheran
  • Medankarwadi
  • Medha
  • Mehkar
  • Mharal
  • Mhasla
  • Mhaswad
  • Mira-Bhayandar
  • Mohpa
  • Mohpada (Wasambe)
  • Morewadi
  • Morshi
  • Mouda
  • Mouje Anjanvel
  • Mowad
  • Mudkhed
  • Mukhed
  • Mul
  • Murbad
  • Murgud
  • Murmadi
  • Murtijapur (Murtajapur)
  • Murud Janjira
  • Murum
  • Nachane
  • Nadgaon Tarf Birwadi
  • Nagalwadi
  • Nagapur
  • Nagardeole
  • Nagothane (Nagothana)
  • Nagpur
  • Nakoda
  • Naldurg
  • Nalwadi
  • Nanda
  • Nanded Waghala
  • Nandgaon
  • Nandgaon Pode
  • Nandura
  • Nandurbar
  • Nanekarwadi
  • Narkhed
  • Narsala
  • Nashik
  • Natepute
  • Navghar
  • Navi Mumbai
  • Navi Mumbai Panvel Raigarh
  • Nawapur (Navapur)
  • Ner
  • Neral
  • Nideban
  • Nijampur
  • Nilanga
  • Nildoh
  • Nimbhore Budruk
  • Osmanabad
  • Owle
  • Ozar
  • Pachgaon
  • Pachora
  • Pachora Rural
  • Padagha
  • Padoli
  • Paithan
  • Palghar
  • Pali
  • Palidevad
  • Panchgani
  • Pandharkaoda
  • Pandharpur
  • Panhala
  • Panvel
  • Paranda
  • Parbhani
  • Parli
  • Parola
  • Partur
  • Pasthal
  • Patan
  • Pathardi
  • Pathri
  • Patur
  • Pauni
  • Pen
  • Peth Umri
  • Phaltan
  • Pimpalgaon
  • Pimpalgaon Najik
  • Pimpri Chinchwad
  • Pipri
  • Pirangut
  • Poladpur
  • Pulgaon
  • Pune (Poona) [Poona]
  • Pune Cantonment (Pune Camp)
  • Purna
  • Purne
  • Pusad
  • Rahanal
  • Rahimatpur
  • Rahta Pimplas
  • Rahuri
  • Rajapur
  • Rajgurunagar (Khed)
  • Rajur
  • Rajura
  • Ramtek
  • Ranjangaon S
  • Ratnagiri
  • Raver
  • Rees
  • Risama
  • Risod
  • Roha Ashtami
  • Saidapur
  • Sailu
  • Sakoli
  • Sakri
  • Salwad
  • Samangaon
  • Sanaswadi
  • Sangameshwar
  • Sangamner
  • Sangli Miraj Kupwad
  • Sangole
  • Sangramnagar
  • Sansari
  • Saravali
  • Sasti
  • Sasvad (Saswad)
  • Satana
  • Satara
  • Savda
  • Savner (Saoner)
  • Sawangi (Meghe)
  • Sawantwadi
  • Sawari Jawharnagar
  • Shahade (Shahada)
  • Shahapur
  • Shegaon
  • Shelar
  • Shendurjana
  • Shirdi
  • Shirgaon
  • Shirpur-Warwade
  • Shirur
  • Shivaji Nagar
  • Shivani
  • Shivar
  • Shivatkar (Nira)
  • Shrigonda
  • Shrirampur
  • Shrivardhan
  • Sillewada
  • Sillod
  • Sindi
  • Sindi Turf Hindnagar
  • Sindkhed Raja
  • Sinnar
  • Sironcha Ry.
  • Solapur [Sholapur]
  • Sonegaon (Nipani)
  • Songirwadi Rural
  • Sonpeth
  • Soyagaon
  • Sundarkhed
  • Surgana
  • Tadali
  • Takalghat
  • Takali Pr. Chalisgaon
  • Talegaon Dabhade
  • Talode
  • Talode Panchnad (Taloje Panchnad)
  • Tamgaon
  • Tarapur
  • Tasgaon
  • Tekadi
  • Telhara
  • Thana
  • Thane
  • Tirora
  • Trimbak
  • Tuljapur
  • Tumsar
  • Uchgaon
  • Udgir
  • Ujalaiwadi
  • Ulhasnagar
  • Umarga
  • Umari Pr. Akola
  • Umarkhed
  • Umarsara
  • Umbar Pada Nandade
  • Umred
  • Umri Pragane Balapur
  • Uran
  • Uran Islampur
  • Urjanagar
  • Utekhol
  • Vada
  • Vadfalya
  • Vadgaon Kasba (Peth Vadgaon)
  • Vadghar
  • Vaijapur
  • Vangani
  • Varangaon
  • Vasai-Virar City
  • Vashind
  • Vengurla
  • Vikramgad
  • Vilholi
  • Visapur
  • Vita
  • Wadagaon (Vadgaon)
  • Waddhamana
  • Wadgaon Kolhati
  • Wadgaon Road
  • Wadi
  • Wadi Ratnagiri
  • Waghapur
  • Waghoda
  • Wagholi
  • Wai
  • Wajegaon
  • Walani
  • Waluj
  • Walwadi
  • Wanadongri
  • Wani
  • Wardha
  • Warora
  • Warthi
  • Warud
  • Washim
  • Yavatmal
  • Yavatmal R
  • Yawal
  • Yerkheda
  • Yevla (Yeola)
  • Yewalewadi
  • Zadgaon
  • Zotirpada

About Ferrari

Ferrari N.V. is an Italian luxury sports car manufacturer based in Maranello. Founded by Enzo Ferrari in 1939 out of Alfa Romeo's race division as Auto Avio Costruzioni, the company built its first car in 1940. However, the company's inception as an auto manufacturer is usually recognized in 1947, when the first Ferrari-badged car was completed.

In 2014, Ferrari was rated the world's most powerful brand by Brand Finance. In May 2012, the 1962 250 GTO became the most expensive car in history, selling in a private transaction for US$38.1 million to American communications magnate Craig McCaw.

Fiat S.p.A. acquired 50% of Ferrari in 1969 and expanded its stake to 90% in 1988. In October 2014 Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V. (FCA) announced its intentions to separate Ferrari S.p.A. from FCA; as of the announcement FCA owned 90% of Ferrari. The separation began in October 2015 with a restructuring that established Ferrari N.V. as the new holding company of the Ferrari group and the subsequent sale by FCA of 10% of the shares in an IPO and concurrent listing of common shares on the New York Stock Exchange. Through the remaining steps of the separation, FCA's interest in Ferrari's business was distributed to shareholders of FCA, with 10% continuing to be owned by Piero Ferrari. The spin-off was completed on 3 January 2016.

Throughout its history, the company has been noted for its continued participation in racing, especially in Formula One, where it is the most successful racing team, holding the most constructors championships (16) and having produced the highest number of drivers' championship wins (15). Ferrari road cars are generally seen as a symbol of speed, luxury and wealth.

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