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    • Roger Bailey
      Roger Bailey

      Prices for slightly newer Porsche’s seems to have softened up recently. I guess While interest rates remain low people will keep buying & values should remain strong - good video 👍

      about 7 months ago
    • The Porsche Network
      The Porsche Network In reply to Roger Bailey

      Roger Bailey agree roger, so long as the interest rates are low, prices will remain strong in these p cars, especially anything air cooled, GT or turbo. Thanks for watching I look forward to your next video 👍

      about 7 months ago
    • Patrick O'Donnell
      Patrick O'Donnell

      I have a 2007 987.1 cayman I paid nineteen thousand for it in 2018 it has a lot of S features and upgrade done buy the owner before me.

      about 7 days ago
    • Kenneth Kassabian
      Kenneth Kassabian

      You’ve done a great job with this video and backed up all your valuations with facts. However, I take issue with the “fried egg headlights “.
      They are, as they say in New Jersey, ‘fugly’ and a deal breaker for me. One of the iconic elements of the 911 has been the headlights.

      about 29 days ago
    • KingBanter

      Mate you’ve got some serious knowledge and I’ve watched around 5 videos of yours in a row and can’t fault anything except for one small thing, ! When u say that “ a lot of people see the 997 gt3 as a better car than the 996 gt3 , but it’s a matter of personal preference “
      The 997 gt3 is literally twice the car that the 996 is! the only reason anyone in the world would choose a 996 in any variant over a 997 of the same is because they can’t afford/find it . I’ve never once in my life heard anyone say , “ yeah .. that’s a lovely 997 turbo/C4s/GT3 etc. but I’d prefer a 996.” Those words have never , ever been said .

      about 1 month ago
    • Sajeeve Bahl
      Sajeeve Bahl

      How do genuine Porsche enthusiasts who want to own and keep their cars get to buy a 992 GT3 or GT3 RS. . . it seems like a cartel or old boys club.....I bought a 987 before it was launched in 2005 and still own it today and it has 1400miles on it and has all routine maintenance from Porsche.. . that sounds like an enthusiast to me :-)

      about 2 months ago
    • Wilson Eashoian
      Wilson Eashoian

      Roger, Hi from California. I recently bought a 2016 981 Cayman white base with only 21K miles. It is a flat 6. What is your take on that? BTW it is still under warranty. Thanks

      about 2 months ago
    • Frédéric Larochelle
      Frédéric Larochelle

      What's your
      thoughts on the 981 GT4...?

      about 2 months ago
    • Lister Motorsports
      Lister Motorsports

      I have a 60k 2000 911/996 tiptronic, original paint very tidy well kept car , great vid , great info.. thanks for posting ..

      about 4 months ago
    • Tony Gregory
      Tony Gregory

      997 GT2
      997 GT2RS facts

      about 4 months ago
    • Larry Cohen
      Larry Cohen

      I drive 07 base Cayman. Paid $33,000 in 2011. I suspect the base Cayman will stay fairly stable over next 5 yrs

      about 4 months ago
    • Papa Dollar
      Papa Dollar

      You mentioned the Cayman S but you didn’t mention the 3.4 engine ? Is there a reason you did not ?

      about 4 months ago
    • GeldySpec

      No 996 c4s 😪 full turbo body brakes and sus this will be the 996 to go up in value 👍🏻

      about 4 months ago
    • Valhalla

      Hi I'm thinking of buying a Porsche 911 997 mk1 86k miles for £19995 has an amazing service history and full service history 15k spent in the last 8 years will this car go down in price or up in price if I do buy it I plan to do 1500 per year

      about 5 months ago
    • Rambo Delajoya
      Rambo Delajoya

      I have 2003 boxster and it has about 3,000 miles. I am the first owner of this vehicle. I ordered it from Germany built in 2003 and it took me 6 months to get it in U.S. Love it and enjoy it. If price would go up in the future that's would be great. At the same time I'm having fun with it. Great video, thanks you!🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

      about 5 months ago
    • Joshua Silberman
      Joshua Silberman

      What are you thoughts on a 991.1 gts appreciation over the next 10 years. Last NA 911.

      about 5 months ago
    • Glynn Dwyer
      Glynn Dwyer

      You can't ignore the GT4.

      about 5 months ago
    • George Gagishvili
      George Gagishvili

      Nice video mate.
      I would add Porsche 991 911R .... price is increasing non-stop. All 991 cars were sold before it was released.

      about 5 months ago
    • Jordon

      Bought a Z4M Coupe for 17k probably sell it for 30+ in 5 years? I hope it goes up at least

      about 6 months ago
    • Rambo Delajoya
      Rambo Delajoya

      What is IMS?

      about 6 months ago
    • 五十嵐春夜

      996 GT3 Clubsport, got it last year as an anniversary gift from the wife, it was used and went for about 800k JPY. I think the resale on these will grow quite a lot, but I don't plan on selling it since it's a pretty good track weapon (can keep up with a 718 Cayman GT4 just fine), and because of the sentimental value of it.

      about 6 months ago
    • 文思财经学院NZCFDCLUB

      Owing 997.1 Turbo (tuned) and 964 C4 manual...will be looking to buy cayman or box 987 manual...building up my porsche automobile investment portfolio..lol

      about 6 months ago
    • pepe la pew
      pepe la pew

      I have a 1983 911, 924 s ,944 more then one , a 2012 cayman 2.9 l , i think the 911 will go up .

      about 7 months ago
    • Lee Porter
      Lee Porter

      Just got rid of my 07 Cayman s fully loaded ,loved the car but had to go due to burning oil and starting to cost money .Sold it for £9000 .These cars will not go up in price but they will never go much lower .great play around car for the money

      about 7 months ago
    • Simon Chadwick
      Simon Chadwick

      IMHO all manual transmission sports cars, especially Porsches, will go up in value in the long run. When 1-pedal driving in electric cars becomes the norm, the nostalgia factor and pure joy of manual shifting with 3 pedals will become very desirable.

      about 7 months ago
    • kolabrou

      Boxster Spyder 987 Manual. Rare in the market and shall go up anywhere between 20%-50% in 5 years

      about 7 months ago
    • armorlol
      armorlol In reply to kolabrou

      kolabrou there are just too many 987 Boxsters though, cayman has a much better chance

      about 5 months ago
    • rsjshshsj addd
      rsjshshsj addd

      944 turbo S or the 928 s4 will go up probably

      about 7 months ago
    • Made In Machines
      Made In Machines

      You seem really knowledgeable about Porsche. I'm interested in picking up an 981 Boxster or Cayman but I'm concerned about the cost to maintain and repair. I'm also interested in the 987 is it's significantly better to drive but I do prefer how the 981 looks. How reliable are they? Are Porsche warranties worth the extra money? I'd imagine nothing should go wrong if you buy 10-20k miles but maybe it's still a risk? What mileage is good to try and ensure a problem free Porsche?

      about 7 months ago
    • Made In Machines
      Made In Machines In reply to Made In Machines

      ​@The Porsche Network I thought the Cayman 981 / Cayman S were holding pretty steady in their value due to the unpopularity of the new 4 cylinder? Is that not the case? I do like a raw driving experience though. Do you think I could end up spending as much as a 981 if I bought a 987 and had repairs done?

      about 6 months ago
    • The Porsche Network
      The Porsche Network In reply to Made In Machines

      If you are looking for a car that is a little bit RAW, then id say the cayman 987, its less comfortable, less refined and less money, but you may need to put a bit of money aside for repairs. The 981 is more refined, more comfortable, and there are not a lot of known problems that will bankrupt you, so you wont need a huge pot for repairs i wouldn't think, but you need to think about depreciation on the 981's. You wont lose much on the 987, but i would think over a couple of years on the 981 you may lose a couple of k.

      about 7 months ago
    • Adam Vee
      Adam Vee

      They would need to triple to cover the engine rebuilds.

      about 7 months ago
    • Flanker Flash
      Flanker Flash

      Porsche Cayman 987.2 (2010 model) paid about $106,000 in 2012 due to the taxes in Malaysia

      about 7 months ago
    • R.motorsports

      You are right about the 996gt3 the rest will take long long time

      about 7 months ago