About the maintenance cost of Porsche 911 GT3 | Is it higher than 911 Carrera?
Release date: 2020.11.24
Maintenance cost of Porsche GT3
The other day, "It is said that the maintenance cost of GT3 is higher than 911 Carrera, but what is it and how high it isI received the question.
When I asked my husband how it really was,
Hmm ... I don't feel it's insanely expensive compared to the 911 Carrera so far. However, if you drive a lot on the circuit, you will have to change the oil frequently, and I think it will be expensive. Also, my GT3 has a PCCB, but when it comes to PCCB replacement, it costs 1 million yen ... In that sense, it may be thought that the maintenance cost is higher than the 911 Carrera.
Our GT3 Touring (late 911) was delivered in May 2019, and a year and a half has passed. The mileage is about 10700km. During this time, the dealer has conducted two oil changes and one 12-month statutory regular inspection.
The first oil change is after the break-in operation is finished. The second oil change was done just before running the Suzuka Circuit after going on a long-distance touring the other day, and the cost was about 30,000 yen each time.12-month legal periodic inspectionAbout, it was less than 90,000 yen.
Looking at it like this, I certainly don't feel that GT3 is so expensive.
GT3 fuel economy
After that, when I asked my husband about the fuel efficiency of GT3,
Well, when I run on the circuit, the gasoline runs out soon. I ran two 30-minute slots at the Suzuka Circuit the other day, but the gasoline was almost empty. However, the fuel consumption when going touring is about 8-9km / l in total when running at high speeds and mountain passes. If you do a 992 cabriolet, it's about 10-11km / l, so GT3 is not that bad.
Since my GT3 has been delivered for a year and a half, I have not experienced vehicle inspections and I do not have to replace parts due to major defects, so I do not feel that the maintenance cost is very high compared to other Porsche, but again I wonder if it will change as I own it for 3 or 5 years. I would like to write an article about that as well.
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