992 GT3

992 GT3

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Cheib

20,171 posts

139 months

Monday 4th January
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992_GT3 said:
Does anyone have a copy of the price list and option costs for the 991.2 GT3?
Thanks
I’ve got a comprehensive list of option costs as I specced mine to nearly £140k. Anything in particular ? Or drop me a PM if you’d rather.

av185

13,141 posts

91 months

Monday 4th January
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992_GT3 said:
Does anyone have a copy of the price list and option costs for the 991.2 GT3?
Thanks
They weren't £115k they were £111k basic.

A decent spec cs with ceramics was around £130k incl.

av185

13,141 posts

91 months

Monday 4th January
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Typical options price

Spyder75

142 posts

26 months

Tuesday 5th January
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av185 said:
992_GT3 said:
Does anyone have a copy of the price list and option costs for the 991.2 GT3?
Thanks
They weren't £115k they were £111k basic.

A decent spec cs with ceramics was around £130k incl.
How did that compare to a 991.2 Turbo? Might give us a benchmark to see how much extra a 992 Turbo is.

Cheib

20,171 posts

139 months

Tuesday 5th January
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Spyder75 said:
How did that compare to a 991.2 Turbo? Might give us a benchmark to see how much extra a 992 Turbo is.
I think the 991.2 Turo S was £145k base....so 992 is £10k more.

992_GT3

286 posts

3 months

Tuesday 5th January
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Cheib said:
I’ve got a comprehensive list of option costs as I specced mine to nearly £140k. Anything in particular ? Or drop me a PM if you’d rather.
Thanks, I was interested in a comparison with the 991.1 GT3 - my car (PCCB, Carbon Buckets, Lift, LED etc) was c. £125k.

So we have:
a 'high' spec 991.1 GT3 = £125k
a 'high' spec 991.2 GT3 = £135k
a 'high' spec 992 GT3 = £145k-£150k?

smile

Cheib

20,171 posts

139 months

Tuesday 5th January
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992_GT3 said:
Thanks, I was interested in a comparison with the 991.1 GT3 - my car (PCCB, Carbon Buckets, Lift, LED etc) was c. £125k.

So we have:
a 'high' spec 991.1 GT3 = £125k
a 'high' spec 991.2 GT3 = £135k
a 'high' spec 992 GT3 = £145k-£150k?

smile
I'd say High Spec 991.2 was £130k. I.e. Buckets. Lift. LED, PCCB's, etc with a few other bits. Anything over that was a unnecessary/indulgent (guilty).

av185

13,141 posts

91 months

Tuesday 5th January
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Cheib said:
I'd say High Spec 991.2 was £130k. I.e. Buckets. Lift. LED, PCCB's, etc with a few other bits. Anything over that was a unnecessary/indulgent (guilty).
Yep C that pre spec of mine listed above with c£19k options came to just over £130k excluding otr charges.

992_GT3

286 posts

3 months

Tuesday 5th January
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Cheib said:
I'd say High Spec 991.2 was £130k. I.e. Buckets. Lift. LED, PCCB's, etc with a few other bits. Anything over that was a unnecessary/indulgent (guilty).
Aren’t we all guilty of that?!
biggrin


Edited by 992_GT3 on Tuesday 5th January 11:40

MDL111

5,271 posts

141 months

Tuesday 5th January
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Given that in Germany with much higher prices (from memory base for a GT3 was c 155k) you still can’t just order a GT3 / need to be on a list etc etc, I doubt that a price increase (even a substantial one) will change much - the economic environment might (although as somebody else pointed out there are likely plenty of winners)
Good luck to those who want one

GrahamPM

960 posts

195 months

Tuesday 5th January
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I've just looked through my sales invoice - list price for my May 2108 car was £111,880 - and had £18,720 worth of extras!
Sold back late last year via the dealer
Graham

992_GT3

286 posts

3 months

Tuesday 5th January
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GrahamPM said:
I've just looked through my sales invoice - list price for my May 2108 car was £111,880 - and had £18,720 worth of extras!
Sold back late last year via the dealer
Graham
On my 991.1 GT3, totals extras are shown as c. £24k, but I think that certain items listed as ‘options’ were actually compulsory (e.g. PCM) at that time, so thevtrue option cost was more like £20k.

av185

13,141 posts

91 months

Tuesday 5th January
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992_GT3 said:
GrahamPM said:
I've just looked through my sales invoice - list price for my May 2108 car was £111,880 - and had £18,720 worth of extras!
Sold back late last year via the dealer
Graham
On my 991.1 GT3, totals extras are shown as c. £24k, but I think that certain items listed as ‘options’ were actually compulsory (e.g. PCM) at that time, so thevtrue option cost was more like £20k.
On the 991.1 GT3 the smoking pack was free as were satin plat wheels but mobile phone prep was £445 'inclusive' tracker £1140 and PCM was £2141. The standard Porsche warranty was only 2 years the third year being £1020 although Porsche offered a 4th year warranty free following the engine issues.

Most options were little changed in price for the 991.2. GT3. and the front lift option actually became a few hundred ££ cheaper.

jh001

441 posts

141 months

Tuesday 5th January
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Mine was a tad over £137k OTR

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Purple Man

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119 posts

37 months

Wednesday 6th January
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What about Porsche's annual price increase?

Am I right in thinking 992 4S cars have not gone up in price since they where released two years ago?

So is a price increase due? What is Porsche's usual policy?

PM3

108 posts

24 months

Wednesday 6th January
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Purple Man said:
What about Porsche's annual price increase?

Am I right in thinking 992 4S cars have not gone up in price since they where released two years ago?

So is a price increase due? What is Porsche's usual policy?
That would be a no.....the 4S is now 1.5% more for car before options , since I ordered /took delivery of mine ~June 2019

Dr S

4,696 posts

190 months

Wednesday 6th January
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Purple Man said:
What about Porsche's annual price increase?

Am I right in thinking 992 4S cars have not gone up in price since they where released two years ago?

So is a price increase due? What is Porsche's usual policy?
The real issue will not be general list price increases but the devaluation of GBP vs. EUR. In EUR terms, UK prices were rather low in recent times. Not unlikely that Porsche want to at least part-compensate for that with the 992

MDL111

5,271 posts

141 months

Wednesday 6th January
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Dr S said:
Purple Man said:
What about Porsche's annual price increase?

Am I right in thinking 992 4S cars have not gone up in price since they where released two years ago?

So is a price increase due? What is Porsche's usual policy?
The real issue will not be general list price increases but the devaluation of GBP vs. EUR. In EUR terms, UK prices were rather low in recent times. Not unlikely that Porsche want to at least part-compensate for that with the 992
Indeed - the difference is large enough that if I were to order a new Porsche, I’d get a RHD one (or order a LHD in the UK and accept that I will have to wait a relatively long time to get it)

acey81

170 posts

74 months

Wednesday 6th January
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Maybe things are different in the UK but allocations have been passed around to dealers in Europe and while nothing is confirmed regarding pricing customers are told to expect a 15% price increase compared to the 991.2. If this is true or not remains to be seen. Apparently the late January realeaae date has also been pushed forward a week into February.

992_GT3

286 posts

3 months

Wednesday 6th January
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acey81 said:
Maybe things are different in the UK but allocations have been passed around to dealers in Europe and while nothing is confirmed regarding pricing customers are told to expect a 15% price increase compared to the 991.2. If this is true or not remains to be seen. Apparently the late January realeaae date has also been pushed forward a week into February.
‘Release date’ means when the car is officially unveiled? When will allocations be announced and when do you expect first deliveries to arrive in the UK?
Thanks