Cobra is King
- Nov 26, 2007
- Southern Louisiana
When you say the early GTRs are "rough", how would you compare them to a GT500 with SVTPP suspension? I just spent the last 5 years driving a STi on coilovers, so I'm not looking for super rough. Thanks for the info.Feedback from an actual GTR owner. For a DD, you need to look at 2017+.
09-11 rough as hell
12-14 rough but very fast(2013 fastest model year ever built for GTR)
15-16 a lift softer, noise reduction,
17+ much better ride and still fast
Mine is 17. Bought it new and 25k miles on it. Have two sets of wheels and tires. Michelin alpin for the winter. Handles like a beast in snow and rain. Aside from normal maintence, my only issue was a front seat issue on the bolster that was replaced under warranty. Bigger dealer network to service. Went FBO a year ago, no issues. DCT is very good but not as good as pdk in 911.
911 turbo or 4S. Great cars obviously but a turbo is very expensive car to purchase and maintain. How many Porsche dealers would be close by in Korea? If you have the excess coin buy a 911 but don’t discount the newer GTR’s.
older 997 turbo’s have stopped depreciating but 991 turbos are still falling. The GT3’s are the models that hold their value.