How much is a 2008 Porsche GT3?
2008 Porsche 911 GT3 Models
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What is a 2008 Porsche 911 worth?
2008 Porsche 911 trade-in prices range from $18,178 – $69,812. Get a more accurate value for your car with the Edmunds appraisal tool.
How much is a Porsche GT3 worth?
The 2019 Porsche GT3 RS price is around $188,550 MSRP (including delivery and processing charges) if you opt for the bare bones base model.
What is the cheapest GT3?
With only 355 hp, the 996 GT3 is by far the least powerful of the GT3 generations, but it is also the least expensive. Used prices start at under $70,000, but if we’re honest, it’s worth spending an additional $20,000 or so to jump into a 997.1 GT3.
Is Porsche 997 reliable?
The majority of the car is generally reliable and has a near timeless look. With the launch of a new 992 platform, prices for the 997 have been driven even lower. This is a super value for money, everyday super car that has excellent reliability.
How much horsepower does a 2008 Porsche 911 have?
325 to 530 hp
2008 Porsche 911/Horsepower
Can I buy a GT3?
It turns out that you will be able to purchase a brand spanking new 992-generation Porsche 911 GT3 with a six-speed manual transmission in the Golden State after all.
Can you buy a GT3?
For true Porsche fans like myself who have since birth had a relationship with the brand. One of the most demoralising things that can ever happen to you is to go to your local Porsche dealership and ask to purchase a Porsche 911 GT3, RS, GT2 RS or Speedster to be basically told, you can not buy one.
Did Porsche stop making the GT3?
For 2022, the 911 GT3 is back! We’ve followed its return for the 992-generation from the reveal of the prototype version to Porsche’s deluge of official details. An even racier GT3 RS is also surely in the works.
How long do Porsche 911 engines last?
Porsche 911 engine mileage can be rated at 100,000 miles and 10 years. Like any vehicle, Porsche 911s last longer with proper and routine maintenance and care. Most Porsche vehicles will last you up to the 150,000-mile marker and beyond.