13. Ferrari F355
Ferrari introduced the F355 in the mid-90s. Obviously, the car was beautiful, fast, and powerful, yet it’s also relatively inexpensive and common. Unfortunately, it has a problem with durability and maintenance costs. There are several significant problems with the F355, including cracking exhaust manifolds due to bad engineering and poor material.
The cost of replacing the headers is close to $5,000. If you don’t replace the headers and keep driving, you could face engine failure. A full engine rebuild costs around $25,000. In addition, the valve guides are prone to failure in one out of every five Ferrari F355s. As you can expect, the price of sorting this problem out is also astronomical at approximately $6,000. But it doesn’t end there, because every three to five years, F355 owners are required to do a regular belt change and full service. This includes pulling the engine out of the car and several days of expensive labor. Some dealers charge around $10,000 for this routine service.