Porsche Depreciation

Average Porsche Depreciation

Year % Decline (YOY) % Decline % Paid % Left Years Left Net Used Value
2020 0.00% 0.00% 100.00% 100.00% 12 0.00
2019 22.72% 21.83% 78.17% 91.67% 11 13.50
2018 14.77% 33.06% 66.94% 83.33% 10 16.39
2017 17.30% 42.13% 57.87% 75.00% 9 17.13
2016 12.59% 49.55% 50.45% 66.67% 8 16.22
2015 10.45% 55.72% 44.28% 58.33% 7 14.05
2014 12.11% 62.16% 37.84% 50.00% 6 12.16
2013 15.31% 66.55% 33.45% 41.67% 5 8.22
2012 10.16% 70.71% 29.29% 33.33% 4 4.04
2011 -0.12% 71.40% 28.60% 25.00% 3 -3.60
2010 15.03% 72.06% 27.94% 16.67% 2 -11.27
2009 11.17% 73.05% 26.95% 8.33% 1 -18.62
2008 5.41% 74.46% 25.54% 0.00% 0 -25.54
Year % Decline % Paid % Left NUV
2020 0.00% 100.00% 100.00% 0.00
2019 21.83% 78.17% 91.67% 13.50
2018 33.06% 66.94% 83.33% 16.39
2017 42.13% 57.87% 75.00% 17.13
2016 49.55% 50.45% 66.67% 16.22
2015 55.72% 44.28% 58.33% 14.05
2014 62.16% 37.84% 50.00% 12.16
2013 66.55% 33.45% 41.67% 8.22
2012 70.71% 29.29% 33.33% 4.04
2011 71.40% 28.60% 25.00% -3.60
2010 72.06% 27.94% 16.67% -11.27
2009 73.05% 26.95% 8.33% -18.62
2008 74.46% 25.54% 0.00% -25.54

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 brand model year.
  • % Decline (YOY) - Year over Year price decline.
  • % Decline - Total percentage of decline.
  • % Paid - Percentage of the original price paid for that model year grouped by the same trim levels.
  • % Left - Percentage left of reliable years with relatively predictable costs 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 Depreciation Analysis and Recommendations

Porsche vehicles have historically held their values well over time, with some models even appreciating-which is unheard of these days. The Porsche 911 has been, and continues to be, the model whose used prices just seem to hang in there, ranking in the Top 10 year after year. Even the firms' mid-sized SUVs, the Cayenne, and the relatively new compact Macan SUV, do well versus their competition. It's only the 4-door Panamera which lags on resale value, as most looking for a used Porsche aren't looking for a family sedan.

The 2017, 2018 & 2016 Porsche model years are currently the best values in our opinion.

On average, expect to pay only 58% of the original cost with 75% of the vehicle's lifetime remaining for a 2017 Porsche. That gives it a Net Used Value score of 17.13 which factors in annual maintenance costs, price decline, reliable years left and available inventory.

Also consider the 2018 & 2016 model years. Those currently have a generally low risk of any significant depreciation over the next several years.

Already Own a 2017 Porsche?

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.