Porsche 911 Depreciation

Porsche 911 Depreciation

Year New Price Current Price Maintenance $ Decline % Decline % Paid % Left Years Left Net Used Value
2020 $182,333 $182,333 $413 $0 0% 100% 100% 12 0
2019 $180,625 $152,842 $496 $29,491 16.17% 84.34% 91.67% 11 7.33
2018 $182,150 $134,983 $652 $17,859 11.68% 73.75% 83.33% 10 9.58
2017 $136,764 $97,869 $888 $37,114 27.5% 70.91% 75% 9 4.09
2016 $168,906 $108,202 $1,044 +$10,333 -10.56% 63.44% 66.67% 8 3.23
2015 $166,444 $90,893 $1,359 $17,309 16% 53.79% 58.33% 7 4.54
2014 $168,200 $84,881 $1,934 $6,012 6.61% 49.31% 50% 6 0.69
2013 $150,655 $65,924 $2,207 $18,957 22.33% 42.29% 41.67% 5 -0.62
2012 $158,810 $67,003 $2,388 +$1,079 -1.64% 40.69% 33.33% 4 -7.36
2011 $185,242 $81,414 $2,748 +$14,411 -21.51% 42.47% 25% 3 -17.47
2010 $126,170 $58,906 $2,827 $22,508 27.65% 44.45% 16.67% 2 -27.78
2009 $125,985 $54,521 $3,259 $4,385 7.44% 40.69% 8.33% 1 -32.36
2008 $126,820 $55,046 $3,872 +$525 -0.96% 40.35% 0% 0 -40.35
Year Price % Paid % Left NUV
2020 $182,333 100% 100% 0
2019 $152,842 84.34% 91.67% 7.33
2018 $134,983 73.75% 83.33% 9.58
2017 $97,869 70.91% 75% 4.09
2016 $108,202 63.44% 66.67% 3.23
2015 $90,893 53.79% 58.33% 4.54
2014 $84,881 49.31% 50% 0.69
2013 $65,924 42.29% 41.67% -0.62
2012 $67,003 40.69% 33.33% -7.36
2011 $81,414 42.47% 25% -17.47
2010 $58,906 44.45% 16.67% -27.78
2009 $54,521 40.69% 8.33% -32.36
2008 $55,046 40.35% 0% -40.35
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About The Numbers

Our depreciation figures are calculated by aggregating then analyzing pricing, sales and other related automotive data sets.

Here are some brief descriptions of the columns:
  • Year - The vehicle model year.
  • New Price - The geometric mean new price paid of that model year grouped by most the popular trim levels.
  • Current Price - The geometric mean listing price of a used model of that year grouped by the same trim levels.
  • Maintenance - Estimated maintenance and repair costs during that year of ownership.
  • $ Decline - Year over Year price decline.
  • % Decline - Year over Year percentage of decline.
  • % Paid - Percentage paid of the original price.
  • % Left - Percentage left of reliable years of the vehicle.
  • Years Left - Current industry average of years remaining with predictable maintenance and repair costs.
  • Net Used Value - Our ranking & sorting index to help you find the model years with the most value.
2,344,925 total data points last analyzed on 04/16/2020.
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Our Porsche 911 Depreciation Analysis and Recommendations

The Porsche 911 is one of the greatest cars of all time, and is virtually problem-free and indestructible. As a result, it holds its value terrificly. It's one of the few cars out there that if you buy the right one, you may actually make money on it-really, no lie. Despite the more expensive ones now fetching close to $200,000, the brand and the model have some die-hard followers, and that keeps the pre-owned market strong. If you're looking for a high-performance speedster that has room for you, and just one more, it's a keeper. Bonus, it doesn't take up much space in the garage.

The 2018, 2019 & 2015 Porsche 911 model years are currently the best values.

On average, expect to pay only 74% of the original cost with 83% of the vehicle's lifetime remaining for a 2018 911. That gives it a Net Used Value score of 9.58 which factors in annual maintenance costs, price decline, reliable years left and available inventory.

Also consider the 2019 & 2015 911 model years. Those currently have a generally low risk of any significant depreciation over the next several years.

Own a 2018 Porsche 911?

While we would advise holding onto this vehicle for a few years, that's not always the plan. Dealers have access to similar figures so they know that your vehicle has a low risk of depreciation.