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Guide to Buying a Porsche from the Motor Trade

Guide to Buying a Porsche from the Motor Trade

What used Porsche should I buy?

Anyone who has a passion for cars will at some point have wanted to own a Porsche. OK, maybe not everyone, but for those who are tempted by the iconic car design, we have put together a basic guide on which used Porsche you should be targeting.

A brand-new Porsche can be very expensive, although there are a number of second hand models on the market that may be able to pick up from a motor trader within your budget. If you have the money available and wish to transform your dream into a reality, we’ve listed a few models at different price points worth considering

Porsche Cayenne (2002 – 2010)

Approximate price: £10,000

Price spotted: 2005 S (79,000 miles) for £7999

This model can be great off-road as well as on road. It drives authentically well but although it may be cheaper to buy, it can be expensive to run.

Porsche 944

Approximate price: £10,000

Price spotted: 1984 2.5 (133,000 miles) for £6995

A bargain four seat coupe from the 1980s. This car is very well balanced and has a reliable four cylinder engine powering it. Prices are likely going to increase.

Porsche Boxster (1996 – 2004)

Approximate price: £10,000

Price spotted: 2002 S (55,000 miles) for £9975

This is a delightful vehicle to drive, it is considered a bargain these days. If you are looking for an affordable model, this will tick many boxes.

Porsche 968

Approximate price: £20,000

Price spotted: 1993 Coupe (143,000 miles) for £16,950

In the 1990s, the 944 became the 968, it takes advantage of a 3.0 litre engine and produces a strong 237 bhp. The brakes and suspension have also been upgraded.

Porsche 911 (1997 – 2004)

Approximate price: £20,000

Price spotted: Carrera (88,000 miles) for £19,695

Looking for an entry level 911? Here’s where to start. Initially controversial, it has aged nicely. The price can be tempting when you see what the market has available. Make sure to select one with a full service history and purchase the newest one you can afford.

Porsche Cayman (2004 – 2012)

Approximate price: £20,000

Price spotted: 2010 2.0 (72,000 miles) for £19,995

The ‘Boxster’ had balance, meaning the mid-engine handling was superb. As a revision, the entry level 2.9 litre engine is fantastic.

Porsche 928

Approximate price: £30,000

Price spotted: 1989 S4  (66,000 miles) for £25,995

As a V8 muscular coupe, it didn’t quite complete its role as replacing the 911. It still is a standout though. It loves long distances and some consider it to be a wise investment in today’s market as prices are only increasing.

Porsche Boxster (2012 – 2016)

Approximate price: £30,000

Price spotted: 2012 2.7 Auto  (24,000 miles) for £29,795

This is the second generation Porsche Boxster. It’s definitely worth considering the entry level 2.7 litre, it’s that good. You will be greeted with a wonderful driving experience, a big advance over the previous model.

Porsche 911 (2004 – 2012)

Approximate price: £30,000

Price spotted: 2007 S (47,000 miles) for £30,000

In our opinion, this is the best value Porsche 911 of all time. These offer an outstanding driving experience and even compares well to the most recent model. Avoid any model that has a history of engine issues, seek one with full service history.

Porsche 911 (1993 – 1998)

Approximate price: £50,000

Price spotted: 1996 Carrera 4 (87,000 miles) for £50,000

A real modern class. Prices are rising for the final version of the air-cooled model. At £50,000, you will have to tolerate the out of favour Tiptronic auto instead of a manual, but ultimately, it still drives magically.

Porsche Macan

Approximate price: £50,000

Price spotted: 2015 S (87,000 miles) for £49,995

The car manufacturer’s second SUV offers a sporty drive. It appears sharper then the large Cayenne, the price and running costs offer good value.. It’s a nice option as a used vehicle right now as it is more practical.

Porsche Cayman (2012 – 2016)

Approximate price: £50,000

Price spotted: 2015 S (18,000 miles) for £49,595

The modern day Porsche bargain right now. It is the last of the six cylinder models, the four cylinder models of today are not as desirable, meaning this could be a collectible in the future. Drives brilliantly and looks absolutely beautiful.

As well as getting a great deal on your used Porsche, don’t forget that insurance is likely to be pretty pricey too. We’d recommend you use a comparison site to compare insurance quotes for your Porsche. We’ve had some great quotes from utilitysavingexpert.com – let us know how you get on.

The Most Affordable Porsche Models in the World

The Most Affordable Porsche Models in the World

Since the Porsche brand is considered one of the most expensive car brands in the world, it’s a strange thing to say that it can be affordable, while still maintain all the amazing qualities and capabilities that the brand is known for.

Throughout the years, the brand recognized the love that was given to the brand and decided to create models that were much more affordable, and although these still weren’t considered to be necessarily cheap, they still had a lot going for them.

As a well-built car, and reputable brand, the last thing Porsche wanted to do is become easily accessible, but the following models are entry-level cars, that still maintain the best of everything Porsche has to offer, minus the 200-mph speed that is. Still, it’s decent, compared to other car brands.

The Best Affordable Porsche Models

The 1977-82 924 Porsche

With an incredibly low price tag of $3,500 to $7,000, the 924 Porsche wasn’t necessarily meant to be a Porsche at all. Since Porsche is a car brand that is owned by Volkswagen, there has been much debate on whether this specific car was a Porsche at all.

1977 was thus a car that was a joint-project between Volkswagen, on which Porsche consulted on, which ultimately lead to Porsche receiving rights to the production of the car.

This car is powered by Audi 924 and represents a good version of the entry-level Porsche. Unfortunately, they aren’t very fast, but their 2.5-liter interference engine sure does make up for it.

1997 Boxster Porsche

As an entry-level produced Porsche, which is unlike many Porsches that are entry-level, this one contains more power. With a reasonable price-tag of just under $10,000, you’ll get a car that is powered by a water cooling six-cylinder engine.

The car is over 20 years old but has a modern-day sports car appeal to it. It also has A/C, along with a heather, sharp handling with assistance from its right exhaust, and drives like a dream on the road. If you’re looking for a Porsche-specific, yet affordable car, then this one is the right one for you.

1983-1989 944 Porsche

With an incredible price-tag of no more than $7,500, now you can own a Porsche too. It has a 2.5-liter four-cylinder and an engine that is licensed from Mitsubishi. The 944 is also considered far more aggressive, and a little faster than the 924.

This Porsche model is perfect for those who want to learn how to drive a sports car. With a smooth engine and a transaxle rear design, the 944 is considered a powerful version of entry-level Porsche sportscars.

The only negative feature of this affordable Porsche, however, is that it requires a belt service every 5 years, which could cost you up to $1,500 each time.

The Fastest Porches Ever Made

The Fastest Porches Ever Made

Presenting one of the most luxurious car brands in the world, Porsche is no stranger to being listed at the top of the league when it comes to car brands, especially that of the fastest in the world.

Known as a highly competitive brand, amongst its leading competitors being Lamborghini and McLaren, Porsche is a car brand that is known for its luxury complex and expensive, elegant feel. The brand is, above all else, also known for its incredible speed, and being compared to car brands like McLaren and Porsche, one should know why.

First and foremost, known for its luxurious appearance and competitiveness, there are also models that have been created for it to be able to adapt to the market more effectively. These models are known as family-friendly models and have many adaptions made to them, to create the ideal Porsche version of a family car.

While some might find this completely crazy, as Porsche is known as a glamorous car brand, which was once reserved for the rich and elite, there are many models today, which one can choose from, minus the speed and extreme price.

The Top 3 List: The Fastest Porches Ever Made

Porsche 911 GT2RS

Considered to be the fastest Porsche ever made, the Porsche 911 GT2RS was made for the adventurous individual. It has a top speed of 205 miles per hour and can take off, from 0 to 60, in just 3.4 seconds. It is the fastest car made by Germans, which is quite impressive, given that Germans make some of the best cars in the world.

With a retail price of $245,000, few will be able to ever experience this model in all its amazing, lighting speed wonder. It is also manufactured at 500 units and tops the list of best vehicles sold on the elite, luxury car market.

Porsche 918 Spyder

With an enhanced speed of 202 mph, the Porsche 918 Spyder is quite the incredible specimen. Leading behind the 911 GT2 RS, with just 3 mph difference, this is yet another remarkable car by Porsche.

Porsche Carrera GT

Maintaining the classic look of the original Porsche sports car, the Carrera GT, a model of 2004, as well as 2007, has a speed of 201.5 mph and is considered one of the most classic top cars of all time.

With only 1270 vehicles produced, which have the capability of going from 0 to 60 mph in just 3.5 seconds, it is worth its price-tag of just & 160,700. Although thought to be too much by many, it’s far cheaper than it’s the brands other leading models, listed above.


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