Ofer Levin GTI: Canada is the Cheapest Country to Buy a Supercar In

The Porsche 911 Turbo S can cost up to 4 times as much, depending on the country you buy it in. Good news for Canadians – Canada is the cheapest country to buy a 911 in the world

According to recent reports, Canada is the most affordable country in the world to purchase a supercar. The Global Supercar Index ranks the cost of supercars by stacking up the relative MSRP of a brand-new Porsche 911 Turbo S, in 50 different countries.

As stated in the index, Canada has the lowest entry price for the 911 coupe, $173,613 (US $), which is actually 81 percent cheaper than the World average price. For comparison, in the second most affordable country, Mexico, you will need to cuff up $177,711, and in the third most affordable country, the UK, you will need to pay almost $200,000.

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In Argentina, the most expensive country according to the index, in order to buy a new 911 Turbo S you will need to pay $696,000, which is $522,387 more than in Canada – crazy difference!

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