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Here Are the Most Expensive Used Porsches on Autotrader

Later today, I’m going to show you one of the coolest new Porsche models you can buy today. Right now, I’m going to show you some of the coolest used Porsche models currently listed for sale on Autotrader. More specifically, these are five of the most expensive used Porsche models for sale on Autotrader, each proving that a "used" car doesn’t necessarily mean a "depreciated" one.

 

Most Expensive Overall: 2015 Porsche 918 Spyder – $2.2 Million

 

The most expensive used Porsche on Autotrader is hardly "used" at all; it’s this 2015 918 Spyder covered in Martini Racing graphics and boasting an odometer reading of just 865 miles. It’s offered for a whopping $2,199,999, which is big money — but then again, the 918 Spyder is a special car. It’s listed for sale by Champion Porsche in the Fort Lauderdale area, and it’s one of a handful of 918 Spyder models currently for sale on Autotrader. Find a Porsche 918 Spyder for sale

 

Most Expensive Used 911: 1997 Porsche 911 Turbo S – $695,000

 

The most expensive used Porsche 911 on Autotrader is this 1997 Turbo S from the "993" generation. It’s a special car, as the "993" is revered in Porsche circles, and the Turbo S is especially exciting, since Porsche only made a small number. Naturally, this is the only 993 Turbo S in this unusual color scheme — blue with a blue interior and blue wheels — and, as such, it commands a big asking price. It’s offered by Park Place in Bellevue, Washington, with just 18,000 miles for $695,000. Find a Porsche 911 for sale

 

Most Expensive Used Modern 911: 2011 Porsche 911 GT3 RS 4.0 – $599,888

 

The most expensive used modern Porsche 911 is this 2011 GT3 RS 4.0, which is painted orange. According to the listing, there are just 141 examples of the GT3 RS 4.0 sold in North America, and this particular example is particularly special because of its color, as most were white or black. This RS 4.0 is offered by Audi Porsche Fresno with just 6,724 miles for $599,888 — big money, but for a special car that marked the end of the line for high-performance GT3 models on the "997" body style. Find a Porsche 911 for sale

 

Most Expensive Used Cayenne: 2017 Porsche Cayenne Turbo – $119,900

 

Although the Porsche Cayenne starts around $67,000 as a new vehicle, this example is nearly $120,000 — and it’s used! That’s because this Cayenne has an amazingly long list of options, from its unusual Sapphire Blue exterior color to its huge wheels and other extras. Naturally, it’s also a Cayenne Turbo, meaning it boasts a monstrous 520-horsepower turbocharged V8 in addition to its other equipment. This Cayenne Turbo is offered by Paul Miller Porsche in northern New Jersey with 4,780 miles. Find a Porsche Cayenne for sale

 

Most Expensive Used Boxster: 2016 Porsche Boxster Spyder – $109,950

 

Unless you’ve spent a lot of time on the Porsche online configurator, it might be hard to imagine you can equip a Boxster to $100,000 — and yet, here’s a used one for nearly $110,000. This 2016 Boxster Spyder is offered by Hennessy Porsche North Atlanta, and it’s the most expensive Boxster online, with a listed price of $109,950. Naturally, it has low miles (just 3,646), and it surely has many options; one visible option is Porsche Carbon Ceramic Brakes, which are especially important for shoppers who enjoy track use. Find a Porsche Boxster for sale

 

Doug DeMuro is an automotive journalist who has written for many online and magazine publications. He once owned a Nissan Cube and a Ferrari 360 Modena. At the same time.

 

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