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Post by SAC1 » Fri May 07, 2021 2:49 pm


2020 GTS in Sapphire Blue
(sold) 2017 SD in Rhodium Silver

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Post by Wing Commander » Fri May 07, 2021 8:12 pm

I’m confident that most Porsches are slow depreciators, but (again) this has to be pure guesswork for models that are still pretty new, and certainly way less than three years old (e.g. 718 GT4 and Taycan). 🤓

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Post by pmg » Sat May 08, 2021 11:30 am

I get a daily feed of Macan new listing from Autotrader just to keep in touch with the market. I see this morning Wolverhampton OPC has an April 2019 "S" 19k mileage with a spec I estimate new would be about £69K for sale at £63K. Even allowing for around £10k dealers turn that is very low depreciation almost back to the days of 2015/16. Most other April 2019 mid to high spec cars I have seen previously recently priced in the £52K to £58K range.
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Post by neilj007 » Mon May 10, 2021 8:23 am

I also regularly get a WBAC on my Cayenne e-hybrid - it's gone up by about £3k since prior to Xmas
Taycan 4 CT Oct 21
New model Renault Zoe
Cayenne E Hybrid - sold May 21
911 991.2 Sapphire Blue - sold March 20
Cayenne 3.0l diesel - sold June 20
Carmine red GTS - sold Nov 18

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