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Im sure Porsche wil be more worried about the 911 sales decline . 1000 less 718 Caymans but over 4000 less 911,s in the same period .tbh volume is a bigger worry than% 

718 not a huge seller in the US anyway

Europe ok 

http://carsalesbase.com/european-car-sales-data/porsche/porsche-718/

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So few sold.. could become a future classic🤔

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The sports car market is in decline simply as that. The info included all sports car not just the 718 .Been to a couple of Opcs and they are having trouble shifting 911 and 718s but everything else moving nicely. 

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1 hour ago, robporsche said:

So few sold.. could become a future classic🤔

Ha ha thought i was on Pistonheads for a minute. 

Strange statement 😉

Worldwide sales in 2018 were 24k

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14 minutes ago, MIkeyv60 said:

Ha ha thought i was on Pistonheads for a minute. 

Strange statement 😉

Worldwide sales in 2018 were 24k

Bit of light hearted banter.  

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The unknown question is would they have sold more if it had a 6 cylinder engine mmmmmmmmm

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22 minutes ago, Jonttt said:

The unknown question is would they have sold more if it had a 6 cylinder engine mmmmmmmmm

Unlikely as the report says the sports car market is shrinking.Sales for the 981 were already declining too.Times are changing the push for electric is gathering pace far quicker than anyone expected 

On the same note i wonder how mecans and cayenne they would sell if they still did a diesel mmmmmmmmmm

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16 minutes ago, Happy Days said:

Hmmm, I wonder. There appears to be no account of the 6 month factory shut down in 2018. Wonder why?

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