No one buys stripped base-model Porsches. I mean statistically. Remember that the company, on average, stuffs $23,000 into its bulging pockets for every sale, right? That doesn't happen by accident. So maybe your neighbor is the exception, but let's set exceptions aside and consider the Boxster and Cayman.
They're both great. Buyers are going to want to tack on a bunch of options—that's reality. But instead of checking boxes, you should drop up to $11,400 over base price on the GTS instead. If that sounds insane, remember: Maybe Matthias Müller will swim around in a giant room full of profits like Scrooge McDuck, but GTS buyers will come out on top. Here's why.