Buying a Porsche 911 997? Then this is the video to watch. In this depreciation and buying guide of the Porsche 911 997 Carrera, I will show you how much the values changed in the last year and how much the car depreciates per 1000 miles. Moreover, I will show you how these numbers differ for the Carrera S, Base, and GTS
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The Porsche Carrera 911 997 is often quoted as the last mechanically 911 thanks to its mechanical steering. Especially the 997.2 seems to be desired as it comes with a revised engine and PDK transmission. Given the above, and the current trend in use car prices, it is no surprise that 911 prices increased. But are there any differences between the models? Did the Carrera S, for example, increase more than the base model? That and more is what you will find out in this video.
We start with a high level overview of the market so that we know how the market looks. After that, I will show you how much the Carrera s, base, and gts went up in value last year. As it turns out, the values increases are extremely similar. However, is there a certain market segment which is driving this increase? Are the low mileage cars responsible for the increase, the manuals, or perhaps the 997.2? The remained of the video shows that there are indeed some differences between the market segments but that these are relatively small; All markets increased.
Moreover, the price increase in the Carrera 997 market is the larger I have seen on the channel. In the last part of the video I will show you that the price increase is a multiple of the increases in some other car markets.