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Old 09-02-2015, 08:45 PM
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Hey all,
Pricing, am I right?

I towards the end of executing a purchase of a fairly well optioned 2014 Turbo S. I believe I'm getting a decent deal, but would be great to know where I'm at. Im fairly committed to this car as it's a perfect spec, but just want a bit of closure as to the type pricingl I'm getting.

$152k, 5K miles, Black Metallic... MSRP: $191,585

Decent deal?



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Old 09-02-2015, 10:31 PM
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What was the MSRP?


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Hey all,
Pricing, am I right?

I towards the end of executing a purchase of a fairly well optioned 2014 Turbo S. I believe I'm getting a decent deal, but would be great to know where I'm at. Im fairly committed to this car as it's a perfect spec, but just want a bit of closure as to the type pricingl I'm getting.

$152k, 5K miles, Black Metallic...

Decent deal?


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Old 09-02-2015, 10:34 PM
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On the sticker. $191, 585
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Originally Posted by Verinnal View Post
Hey all,
Pricing, am I right?

I towards the end of executing a purchase of a fairly well optioned 2014 Turbo S. I believe I'm getting a decent deal, but would be great to know where I'm at. Im fairly committed to this car as it's a perfect spec, but just want a bit of closure as to the type pricingl I'm getting.

$152k, 5K miles, Black Metallic...

Decent deal?


Sounds like a very good deal, especially if it is specced to your liking.
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Old 09-02-2015, 10:43 PM
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Sounds like a great deal. If CPO, a steal. Or you could wait for another 20% drop in the SP500 and pick it up for $120k.
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You probably could haggle another $2-2,500 off especially if it is not CPO'd. It's not a bad deal though .

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On the sticker. $191, 585
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Shoot for the 140s.

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Originally Posted by Verinnal View Post
Hey all,
Pricing, am I right?

I towards the end of executing a purchase of a fairly well optioned 2014 Turbo S. I believe I'm getting a decent deal, but would be great to know where I'm at. Im fairly committed to this car as it's a perfect spec, but just want a bit of closure as to the type pricingl I'm getting.

$152k, 5K miles, Black Metallic... MSRP: $191,85

Decent deal?


Decent, yes.

Good, hard to say.

Lot of it will depend how much you like (don't like) the specs of the car.
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If you like it buy it before it gets scooped. It is a fine deal especially if spec'd to your liking. Yeah sure maybe you get a couple extra thousand unless someone else in interested and you lose it while screwing around for a few bucks, relatively.
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Old 09-03-2015, 12:33 AM
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Excellent advice. It is how I would have specced if if I had bought it new. Thank you. Pics to come
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Very nice build - key things to make it a better place to be, and not a lot of decoration$. I like it.
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Old 09-04-2015, 11:09 AM
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Going to put a non refundable deposit on it today. Anyone buy pre-owned remotely? Anything I should be on the lookout for besides signing off and having the car shipped?
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Going to put a non refundable deposit on it today. Anyone buy pre-owned remotely? Anything I should be on the lookout for besides signing off and having the car shipped?
Pay for a PPI (pre purchase inspection) at a third party (dealer, shop).
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Pay for a PPI (pre purchase inspection) at a third party (dealer, shop).
Good idea, HF1; Thanks! I'm going to have a nearby Porsche dealer perform the PPI while they're confirming that any and all recall work has been completed.
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