Accelerated Depreciation: 2010 Porsche Panamera S
Back in 2009, the guys at MotorTrend called the Porsche Panamera a big, fast, and comfortable; a genuine four passenger Gran Turismo capable of loafing across continents in giant 130 mph bounds, leaving you relaxed and refreshed at the end of the day at the wheel. But that what you would expect from a $90,000 German Luxury sedan with a 4.8 liter direct injected V8 pushing out 400 horsepower into a 7-speed PDK dual clutch flappy paddle thing. Zero to 60 in 5ish seconds…and all the way to 177 miles-per-hour top speed is impressive until you see the REALLY impressive statistic…$70k in 10 years. Now that’s what I call unintended accelerated depreciation. Find this 2010 Porsche Panamera S offered for $21,980 via CarGurus.com. Tip from Jeff.
From the seller;
1 mi away
16 MPG City
24 MPG Highway 19 MPG Combined
Leather Seats, Sunroof/Moonroof, Power Package, Navigation System, DVD Entertainment System, Alloy Wheels, Adaptive Suspension, Heat Package, Parking Sensors, Premium Package, Heated Seats, Bluetooth, Memory Package, Backup Camera
I kinda like these but repairs would be Killer !
When I first saw these I thought they were ugly but they’ve grown on me over the years. But yeah, repair costs on these have to hurt.
The *car* depreciates; the *parts and labor* do not. This I must continuously remind myself.
In the case of this creampuff, the dash and steering wheel are so tacky I’m not even tempted. Makes me think of that odd Japanese curvy car… Google… first result, there it is, Mitsuoka Orochi.