Porsche 911 R
Not long after the recent Porsche 911 R was released examples were being sold for half a million dollars. The MSRP of the exclusive performance car started at $185,950, considerably less than what the 911 R would fetch shortly after its release.
Recently, the special Porsche has started to come back down to earth. Where prices between $450,000 – $650,000 were common for a while prices have fallen to between $250,000 – $375,000 depending on condition and mileage.
The reason for this price fall is because of slowed demand. Porsche released the 911 GT3 Touring to help curb this demand as they would like for their vehicles to be driven. As such, the Porsche 911 R had become a museum piece and the German automaker wanted that to change.
The GT3 Touring appears to have done its job. The 911 R is still well above the original MSRP, still making them a good investment for the original buyer, but with the market softening the best time to sell one may have past (at least for now).
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