The 992 generation of the venerable Porsche 911 Carrera is the first time I’ve felt the base model actually produces up to the level of performance you are paying for. Yes, I understand that buying a 911 in the past was much more than just 0-60 times, but if you buy a base 911, you probably were feeling the power of the S and later GTS was worth it. Not with the 992. A PDK equipped 911 Carrera can rip out 0-60 times in as little as 3.6 seconds. That was supercar numbers back in the day. You just have to bring over $100,000 for that privilege now. The days of buying a new base 911 for $56,000 are not coming back.
CLICK FOR DETAILS: 2022 Porsche 911 Carrera Coupe on eBay
Model: Porsche 911 Carrera Coupe
Engine: 3.0 liter twin-turbocharged flat-6
Transmission: 8-speed Doppelkupplung automatic
Mileage: 3,330 mi
Location: Syosset, New York
8-Speed Double Clutch
3.0L Twin Turbo H6
18 City / 24 Highway
This 2022 up for sale in New York checks in with a fair amount of options on top of the $3,270 Shark Blue paint. The Exclusive Design wheels for another $3,820 were no slouch along with the Dynamic headlights, Chrono package, and Bose audio. Looking at this build, it almost makes me think that this is a Club Coupe tribute of sorts.
While it’s only got a mere 3,300 miles, the asking price of $135,000. I would guess that is probably near sticker for this one despite the mileage and being a year old. Not the greatest deal ever as base cars are starting to come down a little, and if you really wanted a base 911 I’m sure you could find a dealer to let you order what you wanted.
MSRP for this car was 137.040 incl. 1.350.– destination charge.
The color combo is a dream and the option list is very nice.
I don’t think the price is realistic.
Very rare Shark Blue… Gorgeous color however paired with a black interior doesn’t look as attractive.
Car is overpriced…too much for a base model, regardless of options. I normally like blue on Porsches, but having seen Shark Blue in person, I am not too fond of it.
Yeah I agree – in real life shark blue doesn’t look like this. The pics almost make it look like it’s a PTS voodoo blue or something similar…..pretty car though. Although at the risk of getting roasted for this opinion – I would pick up one of the last jaguar F-type R’s with the awesome V8 for this kind of money. I think even a brand new one will be cheaper than this…..