2009 Porsche 911 Carrera Coupe

I’m a sucker for a smooth blue, and that is certainly what we have today in this 2009 Porsche 911 Carrera. This color, Aqua Blue, is a shade you don’t see often despite being an option on the 997.2 – and I’m not sure why. It certainly looks great and can pair up just fine with the tan, grey, and black leathers. Whatever is the case for why it was not ordered much, if you are looking for a deal because this is a base C2, it will not be found here.

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Year: 2009
Model: 911 Carrera Coupe
VIN: WP0AA29909S706434
Engine: 3.6 liter flat-6
Transmission: 7-speed Doppelkupplung automatic
Mileage: 21,117 mi
Location: Dublin, Ohio
Price: $68,590

2009 Porsche 911 Carrera
Original MSRP: $86,200
Aqua Blue over Stone Grey Interior
Key Factory Options
3.6 L Flat 6 Engine
7 Speed Automatic Transmission – $4,080
Aqua Blue Metallic Exterior – $710
19″ Carrera Sport Wheels – $3,250
Power Sunroof
Multi Stage Heated Front Seats – $500
Power Seats with Memory – $1,550
Porsche Crests on Headrests – $285

Sticker price on this one back in 2009 was $86,200. Now, some 13 years later and 21,000 miles later, it’s got an asking price of $68,590. Not exactly a large discount, but such is the case for Porsche 911s in 2022. As much as I don’t want to see that, these face-lifted 997 models have proven to be far more durable than the 997.1 in terms of interior quality, and there is the giant bonus of having the PDK. I don’t know if I’d spend nearly $70,000 on a base C2, but I can understand the asking price here.

– Andrew

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  1. I did a lot of searching in 2018 before I bought my .2S and never saw a .2 in that color. Sapphire Blue, yes, but not Aqua… and 68K for a base model…but as you say, that is the market now.

  2. This is a really nice base 997.2, except for the PDK. If I were looking for one I would keep my powder dry and wait for prices to come down in the coming months as the economy slows. I passed on a black manual 997.2 coupe a few years ago for <$40k. While I don't think they will be dropping that low, I think high 40s for a PDK coupe is realistic this year.

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