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Porsche 911 Pricing and Specs

2020 Porsche 911

2020

From $236,300

Based on Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP)

1964 to 2019

$14,300 - 624,360

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There aren't many products that have been on sale since the 1960s that are still popular now. The story of Porsche's 911 really is one of remarkable success and longevity, though, and its secret seems to have been staying true to itself. Launched in 1963, with a shape and design that's still clearly recognisable as the ancestor of today's car, the 911 has been the ultimate two-door sports coupe ever since.

While the beautiful Coke-bottle design has grown its proportions over the years - to fit ever-larger humans - its essential beauty has remained, as has its seemingly illogical design; with the engine hanging out between the rear wheels. A combination of modern technology and stubborn determination has allowed the 911 to side-step this illogic and still be a brilliant, inspiring thing to drive, with possibly the best steering ever fitted to a car. Purists will argue that true greatness left the line when it finally succumbed to turbocharging its engine, but pretty much any 911 you can afford will make you very, very happy indeed.

The 911 Carrera starts off at $236,300, while the range-topping, 911 Speedster is priced at $604,800.

Year Price From Price To
2020 $236,300 $604,800
2019 $168,800 $624,360
2018 $150,500 $572,330
2017 $117,900 $459,140
2016 $102,800 $297,990
2015 $92,000 $260,260
2014 $83,200 $237,930
2013 $73,300 $194,150
2012 $50,600 $173,690
2011 $58,300 $155,870
2010 $58,300 $147,730
2009 $53,400 $130,900
2008 $37,500 $126,280
2007 $35,700 $82,940
2006 $33,300 $79,200
2005 $31,300 $76,560
2004 $28,100 $75,130
2003 $28,100 $87,780
2002 $27,800 $87,780
2001 $27,100 $87,780
2000 $27,100 $91,080
1999 $27,100 $88,000
1998 $27,100 $59,400
1997 $27,100 $59,400
1996 $27,100 $137,500
1995 $27,100 $132,000
1994 $26,900 $136,950
1993 $26,900 $132,000
1992 $26,900 $124,850
1991 $26,900 $58,410
1990 $26,900 $43,890
1989 $25,300 $70,400
1988 $25,300 $66,000
1987 $25,300 $61,600
1986 $25,300 $58,300
1985 $25,300 $84,150
1984 $25,300 $82,500
1983 $34,200 $80,300
1982 $34,200 $77,000
1981 $34,200 $71,500
1980 $32,200 $71,500
1979 $27,600 $66,000
1978 $25,700 $64,900
1977 $21,400 $63,800
1976 $21,400 $51,040
1975 $21,400 $51,040
1974 $21,400 $38,170
1973 $21,400 $38,170
1972 $19,100 $30,580
1971 $14,300 $34,760
1970 $14,300 $34,760
1969 $14,300 $26,400
1968 $16,200 $26,400
1967 $14,300 $20,900
1966 $14,300 $20,900
1965 N/A N/A
1964 N/A N/A
* Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price

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  • Best Porsche 911 for $40,000

    You're in pretty safe territory with the Porsche, they're soundly engineered and well built. They give little trouble if they're properly serviced, although the cost of servicing can be high. It's a good idea to cosy up to a Porsche specialist for repairs and servicing to save a few bucks. Go for a car that might be a little older but in good condition rather than a later one that has been round the block a few times.

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