2015 911 Targa 4S

Will Porsche's throw-back Targa continue its slide?

Back in 2013 when patent images of Porsche’s all-new Targa leaked to the press, the internet lost its mind. After three generations of the “greenhouse” Targa top, the 991 Targa went back to its roots with a Targa bar similar to the original design of the ‘60s. And then we saw the roof mechanism. 🤯

This 2015 911 Targa 4S is a second-year example finished in a very nice combination of White over a Black and Garnet Red leather interior. Optioned with Porsche’s PDK transmission, PDLS lights, 18-way Adaptive Sport Seats, and more; a Black Targa bar with Black 20” aftermarket wheels complete the look on this 51,000-mile example.

The White paint appears to be in good condition although there is damage to the left rear listed on the CarFax. Unfortunately, more information about the work completed after the accident is missing and paint meter readings would have been helpful here in determining the extent of the damage.

The Black and Garnet Red interior is in very nice condition showing minimal wear. Nothing more than you would expect for the mileage. The car also appears to be well-serviced with 18 service records on the CarFax with the most recent being from February of last year.

The 991 Targa 4S market has been on a slide since peaking in the summer of 2022 at an average price of $119,000. Since then, that average has slid down to around $89,000 in the last quarter with average mileage of 25k. Our Spotlight car sold at a final bid of $80,000, the second lowest price achieved in the past year. But when you factor in mileage and accident damage, that $80k looks fairly strong. Well sold for a very good-looking car.


There are many Porsche Centers here in the US, and then there are PORSCHE Centers. Those who have a deep-rooted passion for the history of the marque that shows through everything they do, especially their choice of inventory. And Porsche Salt Lake City is one such PORSCHE Center. Serving the Salt Lake Valley since 1958 as one of the first Porsche dealers in the United States, a quick browse of their inventory lets one know just how dedicated to the brand this group of Porsche enthusiasts is.

Take for example this 1993 964 Carrera RS 3.8. Produced as the base to homologate Porsche’s legendary 3.8 RSR race car, the Carrera RS 3.8 was the ultimate evolution of the standard RS as it shed around 600 lbs of weight while increasing horsepower to 300 for a most visceral driving experience. And with only 55 units produced, you’ll be hard-pressed to find another for sale on the showroom floor of another Porsche Center.

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