Miami Blue is an “all-in” color. Good luck trying to be low key in it. It screams “blue” and does so without looking like you just picked the brightest blue from the vinyl wrap place that just opened up two weeks ago at the abandoned gas station. As the years go on, more and more Porsches are coming in Miami Blue from the factory, including the Macan, so its not like you’ll be on your own out there. So while the exterior color is fine, what about inside the car? Just go with the standard black leather, right? Not so fast on this 2017 911 C2 up for sale in New York.
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Model: 911 Carrera
Engine: 3.0 liter twin-turbocharged flat-6
Transmission: 7-speed Doppelkupplung Automatic
Location: Jericho, New York
Price: $89,900 Buy It Now
2017 Porsche 911 Carrera 7 Speed PDK Transmission, Miami Blue with Luxor Beige interior. 14,588 Miles.
111 point inspection; Porsche Certified (CPO) Warranty which will start at the time of delivery and run for 2 years with unlimited mileage.
Major service completed with all brand new tires.
This vehicle is proudly offered by Porsche Gold Coast, an Exclusive Manufaktur Partner, Porsche Classic Partner & Authorized Porsche Dealer, Located on Long Island New York.
Much to my surprise, this 991.2 interior is finished in Luxor Beige. Its more of a light tan, but fancy names is Porsche’s game here, so we’ll go with it. I’m on the fence whether I like it or not. I don’t think its ugly or offensive, but I can’t say I’d pick this over the black if given he choice. Your thoughts?
This car had an MSRP of $130,545 thanks to some pricey options like LED headlights, Premium Package Plus, and the big one, the carbon ceramic brakes. That is a hefty price tag for a base C2 model and something you don’t normally see. Compare that to the last 2017 911 C2 I looked out back in July that had a $103,845 MSRP, and that car was even paint-to-sample in Stone Gray. 14,000 miles later and this one is still at $90,000. Still pricey. I’m curious to see what happens now that used 992s are starting to pop up and people who spend $100,000 on used out of warranty cars don’t want base models. I think this one sits a while.