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991- pre owned price and availability question


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Thinking about selling my 2005 997.1 base C2 coupe and buying a 1-2 year old 991 base C2 coupe.  Two questions- how hard will it be to find a used 991 that is "lightly optioned"? and, would a target price of about $ 60,000 be realistic?

 

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You will find a car, but not at that low of a price. A base 991 with low options is still a $100 new. They quickly depreciate, but not that much in 1-2 years. You might be able to find a 2012.5 base 991 in that price range with the 2015's coming out now.

 

The 991 is a great car. I picked-up my 2014 C2S Cabriolet with PowerKit (X51) in March. Did just under 11,000 miles this summer. In storage now for winter.

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Further, I did a quick search on the Porsche web site. Looking for 2012.5 base 991 within 500 miles of Chicago, there were only 2 cars listed. Both were $75,000 plus.

Interesting- seems really high for a car that is now 3 model years old- that would indicate a fairly low depreciation factor.  Of course, its also asking prices, which I presume would be 10-15 % higher than what could be negotiated

 

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Further, I did a quick search on the Porsche web site. Looking for 2012.5 base 991 within 500 miles of Chicago, there were only 2 cars listed. Both were $75,000 plus.

Interesting- seems really high for a car that is now 3 model years old- that would indicate a fairly low depreciation factor.  Of course, its also asking prices, which I presume would be 10-15 % higher than what could be negotiated

 

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They might have been CPO'd too. That costs the dealership about $2,800 plus profit. Like you said, everything's negotiable. Good luck on your hunt.

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