Most say the 924 is cheaper to own and maintain because of the Audi/VW motor and some other mechanical parts interchange.
In my experience with a 924, if it’s mechanically sound, and well maintained they do not cost much to own at all.
Service parts are cheap, i know this because I have bought pretty much every consumable there is, as I had to recommission my one after a decade of storage, we replaced practically everything rubber (hoses), rebuilt the entire brake system, new tyres, timing belt, water pump etc the list goes on! It wasn’t too bad at all.
Just keep in mind they’re getting a little long in the tooth, but keeping it moving is usually the best thing for it rather than storing it away.
Hey @spiller vin says it’s a GT3, lot of stuff that’s right, but a lot wrong also. If it wasn’t at Lloyd’s would be worth putting some energy into investigation
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Don't listen to the naysayers above. 😀
My wife ran a 944 as a daily driver for 7 years. Did 74400kms. Regularly serviced and maintained by Porsche specialist.
All costs (maintenace, rego, insurance) & including fuel worked out at $0.52 per kilometer including the low 2K depreciation from the buy price to the sell price. Look up RACV cost schedule for modern cars and see how that compares.
Buy the best car you can afford, use it and enjoy it.