2018 Porsche 911 GT3 Touring

I wanted to swing back to the GT3 Touring market after seeing the example a few weeks ago get snapped up quick, along with a 1,000-mile example sell for way over sticker. Even with the 992 GT3 finally breaking cover as the worst secret ever, it is looking like the 991 GT3 Touring will be the one to have and to hold. Still, this is a gamble to pay over sticker price with the expectation that the price will always hold at that. Especially considering there is talk of a 992 GT3 Touring in 2023 with a traditional manual gearbox. Still, this is Miami Blue we are talking about. Worth rolling the dice?

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Year: 2018
Model: GT3
VIN: WP0AC2A9XJS175396
Engine: 4.0 liter flat-6
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage: 2,603 mi
Location: Springfield, Missouri
Price: $209,900 Buy It Now

Options:

-Miami Blue
-Leather Interior in Black w/ Cloth Seat Centers
-Touring Package in Black
-Seat Heating
-Porsche Ceramic Composite Brakes (PCCB)
-Front Axle Lift System
-6-Speed GT Sport Manual Transmission
-Smoking Package
-LED Headlights w/ Porsche Dynamic Light System
-Light Design Package
-Floor Mats
-BOSE Surround Sound System
-Air Vent Surrounds Painted & Air Vent Slats in Leather
-Adaptive Sport Seats Plus (18-way)
-Automatically Dimming Mirrors w/ Integrated Rain Sensor
-Chrono Package w/ Preparation for Lap Trigger
-Seat Belts in Miami Blue
-Headlight Cleaning System Covers Painted in Exterior Color
-Sport Seats Plus Backrest Shells in Leather
-Door Sill Guards in Stainless Steel, Illuminated

Car comes complete with owners manuals, spare keys, and is in all original, accident free condition.

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I am admittedly a Miami Blue fan, but sometimes the people who spec these go a little crazy with the accent pieces. I like the Miami Blue seat belts, but I wish everything else was carbon fiber. This one has a comfort seats in lieu of the carbon buckets, but has a the pricey carbon ceramic brakes. Sticker price was an average $179,000, which is clearly not the asking price now.

Worth $210,000 now? Tough to say. Clearly we have some very recent history here, but does this ever level off and trend down, or are these going to be right up there as one of the few modern cars never to depreciate? I wish I had a crystal ball.

– Andrew

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4 Comments

  1. Academic response from someone who won’t be able to afford one of these: the Miami Blue is gorgeous on the outside, but looks cheap and would probably be distracting on the inside. Plus, light blue seatbelts turn into dingy, dirty light blue seatbelts, I’d imagine.

    Now, if you’ll excuse me, I have call Elizabeth Hurley back.

  2. The bubble keeps inflating…until it pops.

  3. Jim Fuerstenberg

    Nice color, but the interior accents really cheapen the look. I would have preferred Oslo or Aetna Blue, but it is not my 200K+ I second jchouston’s comment that those blue seat belts will soon look pretty dingy. I think paying over list for one of these is not too smart… but I have been wrong before.

  4. Comfort seats? Value destroyer? Only Paul Zuckerman orders these w/o the buckets right? Seriously, in the 964 Speedster market, doesn’t this seat choice take like $10K-$15K OFF the car value?

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