Best used Porsches
A Porsche is a dream car for many – but some used examples are surprisingly affordable. To prove it, here are the best used Porsches for every budget...
It’s no secret that some Porsches are among the most valuable and sought-after cars on the second-hand market. But while we’d be lying if we said a used Porsche is within reach when you’re buying on a shoe-string, you might be surprised by how accessible a very nice example can be.
Buy the right model, for example, and less than £10,000 puts you in a well-looked-after car in good condition – and with all the dynamism and performance for which the brand is famous.
So, to find out what sort of used Porsche you might be able to afford, browse through our guide. We've got the best used models for £10,000, £20,000, £30,000 and £50,000.
Best used Porsches for £10,000
3. Porsche Cayenne (02-10)
The original Cayenne isn't as spacious as some rivals, but no other SUV available for this sort of money drives with quite the same verve. It can hack it in the rough stuff too – and, with its 911-esque styling and interior, the Cayenne still feels every bit a Porsche.
We found: 2003 S, 72,000 miles, £4200
2. Porsche 944
The Porsche 944 is one of the best bargain classic Porsches out there. Clever weight distribution makes it a deft companion on a back road. What’s more, prices are picking up at the moment, so buying one now before they climb through the roof is a savvy move.
We found: 1982 2.5, 58,000 miles, £5475
1. Porsche Boxster (96-04)
The original Porsche Boxster was one of its maker’s great success stories – some might even go so far as to say that it saved the company. It was immense fun to drive and, to an extent, brought Porsche motoring to the masses. Today, it’s one of the best performance car bargains around, and well worth snapping up before values shoots up.
We found: 2002 2.7, 37,421 miles, £8995
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