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Jon A
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Macan S are depreciating, it’s not 2020 any more. I would imagine offered around £61k and OPC would put it up around £68ish which is standard stuff I think.
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Wing Commander wrote: Mon Aug 21, 2023 8:01 am
2japs wrote: Mon Aug 21, 2023 6:51 am
Hedgehog70 wrote: Sun Aug 20, 2023 10:49 pm Looks like the car is worth more than the street :D

Reminds me of Benwell

Don’t often see a newish Macan without a pano roof.

Didn’t believe salesman’s propaganda. ;)
Agreed - when I sold my Macan no one cared it didn’t have SC, only a handful of people asked about pano roof - didn’t seem to be a big deal. Seems you spend £ks in extras to make £hundreds in resale. Good luck with the sale it’s a tough market atm.
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I have both because I wanted them and use them all the time. I love the extra cabin light from the pano too 😉
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Jon A wrote: Tue Aug 22, 2023 5:48 pm Macan S are depreciating, it’s not 2020 any more. I would imagine offered around £61k and OPC would put it up around £68ish which is standard stuff I think.
Jon. Is that what you found when you traded in your S? Some pretty good used prices atm. Don't think the T is holding up too well but my SE said he's finding Ts holding value better than Ss. But nothing is as good as a GTS for holding prices.
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crockers wrote: Tue Aug 22, 2023 8:24 pm
Jon A wrote: Tue Aug 22, 2023 5:48 pm Macan S are depreciating, it’s not 2020 any more. I would imagine offered around £61k and OPC would put it up around £68ish which is standard stuff I think.
Jon. Is that what you found when you traded in your S? Some pretty good used prices atm. Don't think the T is holding up too well but my SE said he's finding Ts holding value better than Ss. But nothing is as good as a GTS for holding prices.
I eventually took £63k on mine having paid £69k originally. It was 18months old and 12k miles.
I might have got £66k privately (?) but it had finance attached and I was chipping in for another Porsche so was just easier. They have it up for £70k but I expect it to go for circa £68k maybe 🤔
OPC will always want their margin, and of course will be sticking on a two year warranty and most folks will only buy a car at this price from dealer…
718 Boxster - lava orange (2019)
992 C2 racing yellow (2020)
https://configurator.porsche.com/porsche-code/PRIMAJB4
Ex - Macan S - Carmine (2022)
http://www.porsche-code.com/PNZVYTE0
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There aren’t many Gen 3 S Macans up for sale so I suspect they’ll get very close to that £70K
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I paid £65k at dealers for a similar overall spec point, few things less, few things more, (albeit 13k miles) car back in April. Would have thought that used prices have soften since then and I know that lead times have fallen.

Time for us all to get a little bit more used to cars being the depreciating assets (specials & classics aside) that they always have been!
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Hasten to add that was after getting 3k off their listed price.
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Post by wab172uk »

Jon A wrote: Tue Aug 22, 2023 8:38 pm
crockers wrote: Tue Aug 22, 2023 8:24 pm
Jon A wrote: Tue Aug 22, 2023 5:48 pm Macan S are depreciating, it’s not 2020 any more. I would imagine offered around £61k and OPC would put it up around £68ish which is standard stuff I think.
Jon. Is that what you found when you traded in your S? Some pretty good used prices atm. Don't think the T is holding up too well but my SE said he's finding Ts holding value better than Ss. But nothing is as good as a GTS for holding prices.
I eventually took £63k on mine having paid £69k originally. It was 18months old and 12k miles.
I might have got £66k privately (?) but it had finance attached and I was chipping in for another Porsche so was just easier. They have it up for £70k but I expect it to go for circa £68k maybe 🤔
OPC will always want their margin, and of course will be sticking on a two year warranty and most folks will only buy a car at this price from dealer…
Losing £6k in 18 months is fantastic TBH. Wasn't so long ago you'd lose 20-30% just driving out of the dealership.
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Not sure 30% has ever been true for a Porsche though except the Taycan ;)
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