What year Porsche 911 is the most reliable?
Anything from 1984 onwards is your best buy for reliability. The pick of those is the 87-89 models because they had a better gearbox.
Why is Porsche 911 so expensive?
Low production numbers, high quality materials, and a highly paid experts that manufacture the cars. The cost of a Porsche sport car may not be anymore money than what Chevy spends on a Corvette. But Chevy can spread that cost based on the 10 million cars it built last year.
Which Porsche is the most fun to drive?
IMO, air-cooled 911s were the best, especially if you got one old enough to not have power steering. From my own experience, I’d say a ’78–83 911SC is the most fun Porsche to drive, though I can’t really knock any of the other 911s or the 914.
Is the Porsche 911 a reliable car?
The Porsche 911 is the highest-ranked model for trouble-free ownership in the J.D. Power 2021 U.S. Vehicle Dependability Study (VDS), released today. The Macan ranked as most dependable among Premium Compact SUVs, and overall the Porsche brand across model lines improved to second-place in the annual study.
What is the best selling Porsche?
Full-year performance was led by the Macan and Cayenne, and the iconic 911 remained the top-selling two-door sports car. Porsche Approved Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) sales in the U.S. totaled 7,081 vehicles in the fourth quarter.
Is a Porsche 911 worth buying?
The 2019 Porsche 911 may be a high-performance sports car, but it also makes a nice daily driver. The small size and maneuverability make it an ideal car for city driving. It’s never too hard to parallel park the 911. Unlike a lot of sports cars, it provides a great, comfortable ride quality.
Can you negotiate price on a Porsche?
Can I still negotiate on the price of the vehicle? Yes, but this should be done before the order is placed. Once you’ve ordered the vehicle, it will be much more difficult to get the Porsche dealership to be flexible on price.
Is Porsche worth the money?
Now, getting down exclusively to owning new Porsche, yes it is worth it. Not only is it the most powerful Porsche ever made yet (in the 911 and 718 line, excluding the carrera gt) but it has top-of-the-line tech inside and outside the engine.