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Old 05-23-2018, 02:56 PM
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I have 33K on my 2013 C4. It's been bulletproof so far (knocking on wood)
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Old 05-23-2018, 03:03 PM
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I got lucky and found my CPO 2014 911S with only 12K miles. Mine is a daily driver. I only drive 8-10 mins to work.

My old CPO Panny 4S, I got with maybe 18K miles, I only put 30K miles in the 5 years I owned it as a daily driver. More miles got put in it as I used it for trips to Washigton/Oregon/Vegas from California. IF I didn't use that, I definitely would have ended with way less mileage.
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Old 05-23-2018, 03:34 PM
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I bought my 2013 cpo with 23k miles. 25K and less Mileage causes huge swings in prices from what I have seen, as compared to say 40k miles.
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Old 05-23-2018, 04:37 PM
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personally i did take a 2013 with under 20k miles than a 2014 with 45k miles. Thats what i did

miles is what matters more than years IMO. The more miles = the more wear and tear, think bushing, bearings, tranny, clutch etc etc. The car doesnt wear and tear when its spend most of the time in a garage.
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Old 05-23-2018, 05:09 PM
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Originally Posted by vodkag View Post
miles is what matters more than years IMO. The more miles = the more wear and tear, think bushing, bearings, tranny, clutch etc etc. The car doesnt wear and tear when its spend most of the time in a garage.
On the other hand, what causes the most wear like heavy track use or using Auto Stop/Start and accelerating from stoplights with near zero oil pressure, won’t show up on the odometer. So you can have a low-miles car with heavy wear and tear or a car that’s spent many miles cruising on highways in great condition. I personally don’t take as much stock in the odometer reading as some do.
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Old 05-24-2018, 07:04 AM
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When I picked up my 2017 base, it was right under 25k Miles in less than two years. It was also the middle of the winter (when I buy all my “fun” cars). It wasn’t a total show car and had some wear here and there.

I had looked a bunch of “nicer” S and 4S 991.1s, with a bit less mileage bu less to far less CPO and so much older. Oh, and the newness of the tech was pretty noticeable.

Anyway all this added up to up to me getting a 38% discount over new and a new 19” set of Porsche winter wheels and tires tossed in.

As far as I could tell (using BlackBook data), I saved between $8k and $14k due to the high miles on mine. 100% worth it to me as I’d already decided not to go new.
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