2021 Porsche 718 Spyder

Introverts need not apply! This is a 2021 Porsche 718 Spyder finished in Python Green. Don’t get your snakes mixed up, as this is a slightly different shade than the always favorite Viper Green. Believe it or not, this is a not a $12,830 paint-to-sample color, but rather just a “special color” for $2,580. That’s a bargin if you think about it. It is a tough color to pull off, but if being flashy and noticeable is what you want, tough to go wrong here. The problem is, it seems like this specific car is priced like the paint has little flakes of gold embedded in it.

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Year: 2021
Model: 718 Spyder
VIN: WP0CC2A85MS240319
Engine: 4.0 liter flat-6
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage: 10 mi
Location: Costa Mesa, California
Price: $139,999 Buy It Now

2021 Porsche 718 Boxter Spyder
UNIQUE COLOR! STUNNING!
UNDER PORSCHE FULL FACTORY WARRANTY DECEMBER 2024!
Python Green Exterior ($2,580.00)
Wheels Painted in Satin Platinum ($1,290.00)
High Gloss Black Brake Calipers ($900.00)
Deletion of “718 Spyder” Logo on Rear
Supplemental Safety Bars in Exterior Color ($640.00)
Porsche Logo on Rear in Satin Black ($220.00)
Black/Race-Tex Leather Interior
Seat Belts in Silver Grey ($360.00)
Heated Multifunction Steering Wheel ($470.00)
2-Zone Automatic Climate Control ($770.00)
Bose Surround Sound System ($990.00)
Apple Carplay incl. Siri ($360.00)
+ Factory Matched Extended Warranties available!

As flashy as this car is, it doesn’t have a ton of options. No carbon-ceramic brakes, no sport buckets, no LED headlights. Just a couple little ones here and there that added up to about $9,000 for a total sticker of $108,090. That is probably fair considering you still have Sport Chrono, a heated Alcantara steering wheel, and dual zone climate control. Not a stripper, but not $50,000 in extras either. What is this dealer asking?

$139,999. C’mon. A $32,000 mark-up for a totally factory build with 300 miles on it? I must be missing something here, because Porsche dealers are literally selling them at MSRP. Are these special cars? Sure. Are they special enough to be marked-up $32,000 when already titled? Not a chance in …

– Andrew

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3 Comments

  1. James P Fuerstenberg

    yes, pretty ridiculous…you could spec out a nice carrera S for that money, which if history is a guide, will hold its value much better.

  2. Is this car covered under the recently-announced engine recall campaign?

    That sure would be fun surprise!

  3. Wow, it never ceases to amaze me how out of touch some dealers/people are to what their cars are actually worth. Absolutely insane.

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