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How To Buy A Porsche


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You don't need to buy your ticket on-line. The museum is large and you can buy your ticket at the front desk. It is very easy to reach with the public transport, and located just opposite the Neuwirtshaus/Porsche Plazza S6/S60 station: You can't miss the 3 porsche climbing to the sky !!


Article Highlights:\n\n\n\nPorsche 911 ownership may not be as coslty as you thinkThe ups and downs of gambling with the auto marketCan you own a 911 \u201cfor free?\u201d\n\n\n\nGenerally, Porsche ownership is not what you\u2019d think of when it comes to pinching pennies. Usually, that involves sitting down to a spreadsheet and crying (at least in my case). However, buying a Porsche 911 as a sports car may just be the most financially sound way to have a little bit of automotive fun after all those tears over the spreadsheet. Depreciation can be a tough pill to swallow when it comes to enjoying your hobby, but 911s can help.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nPorsche 911 models hold their value\n\n\n\nThe 997 Porsche 911 Carrera S was a return to form National Motor Museum via Getty Images\n\n\n\n\n\nAccording to a recent study by iSeeCars, the 911 is among the top three vehicles with the lowest rate of depreciation. In layman\u2019s terms, that\u2019s how quickly a car loses value over the years. Go look up a ten-year-old Bentley Continental if you need an example. In fact, the only two cars that beat out the Porsche 911 are massively popular Jeep Wrangler models. Plus, those Jeeps sell in greater numbers than the 911, making all this doubly impressive.\n\n\n\nMoreover, this isn\u2019t even the first time the Porsche 911 has managed this. In another iSeeCars study, the 911 was found to hold its value incredibly well. Now, part of that is down to owners. A lot of these models are, at the end of the day, expensive. They don\u2019t get driven much, and owners covet them for their entire lives. That leads to a very healthy used market free of depreciation.\n\n\n\nIs a 911 a good investment?\n\n\n\nPorsche\u2019s 996 911 is controversial but cheap Steve Hall via Getty Images\n\n\n\nNow, on the surface, that may sound like going out and buying the first Porsche 911 you see is a safe investment strategy. However, unlike other conventional investment strategies, the auto market also operates on cost of ownership. If you\u2019ve got a 911, odds are you\u2019ll want to drive it. Odds are, it\u2019ll need maintenance, like the infamous IMS bearing in 996 models. If you keep those things in mind, you may just be able to make out with some cash in hand.\n\n\n\nSo, is the Porsche 911 a solid investment strategy? Unless you\u2019re buying an extremely rare or high-dollar car like a RUF Yellowbird, then no. But, there are a few cases where you can own a 911 for nothing more than the cost of maintenance. The 996 (sans IMS bearing) is a great example. Models have held their value, and you likely won\u2019t lose money on one in depreciation. If you must invest in a cheaper Porsche, the 996 911 is the way to do it.\n\n\n\nDon\u2019t put all your eggs in one basket\n\n\n\nA 1991 Porsche Carrera 2 National Motor Museum via Getty Images\n\n\n\n\n\n\tRelated\n\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\tDoes the Porsche Cayman GT4 RS Finally Solve the Infamous Cayman Complex?\t\t\n\t\n\nThe current market is a great example. Owners of 996 models who bought a few years back are now able to sell into a market that\u2019s at its peak. If you happen to make money, good. Buy that Porsche 911, and be happy if you make some cash. But don\u2019t be surprised if you end up in the hole a little (or a lot). The important thing is that you enjoy and drive the car above all else. \n\n\n","ptime":"2021-11-05T15:30:00","custom_date":"","custom_datedesc":"","author":"name":"Chase Bierenkoven","slug":"chase-bierenkoven","url":"https:\/\/www.motorbiscuit.com\/author\/chase-bierenkoven\/","twitter_link":"https:\/\/twitter.com\/cbier823","facebook_link":null,"linkedin_link":"https:\/\/linkedin.com\/in\/chase-bierenkoven-8b5351a4","instagram_link":"https:\/\/instagram.com\/bierenkoven\/?hl=en","comment_count":0,"review_schema":" Steve Hall via Getty Images Now, on the surface, that may sound like going out and buying the first Porsche 911 you see is a safe investment strategy. However, unlike other conventional investment strategies, the auto market also operates on cost of ownership. If you\\u2019ve got a 911, odds are you\\u2019ll want to drive it. Odds are, it\\u2019ll need maintenance, like the infamous IMS bearing in 996 models. 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