911 sits too low making it a PIA getting in and out unless you are young and have a good back. ... Low ground clearance means always being concerned about making sure your route or destination doesn’t involve anyplace where you could scrape your front end. More concern about where you are comfortable parking or valeting. Bigger fear of potholes. Concern about being targeted by police for speeding. Requirement to change summer and winter tires and rims if you live in an area that gets temps under 40 for a good portion of the year. Way too difficult to get my dog in the back seat.
On the other hand, a 911 makes an awesome third car if you have the money and garage space. I have often looked into installing a lift in my 2 car garage.
^^^ I should have added these practical things. I don't think about them because they just "exist". But if you don't routinely do this, it will be a shock to you.
911 sits too low
Absolutely, You can touch the ground. As you get older, you will not be happy about this, and its both getting in AND out. AND, if its MT, your knees better be in good shape or you will regret it
Low ground clearance
I know how much replacing the front spoiler is. Its not the cost, its the aggravation. Its the aggravation of ordering the part, making appointments, and getting it installed. You have to ALWAYS never forget its there. You have to always take inclines an angles, and NEVER forget, or you will be in for aggravation.
ROFL - not happening, ever, particularly if its a MT. They can't mess up a PDK so much but MT? LOL, never
You know how much a new wheel is for a 911?
Sounds like a lot of reason to not buy one, but if they don't matter to you, you're good to go. Of all of them, the following are the most difficult:
Where do you park? Haters going to hate.
Getting in and out
ALWAYS worry about inclines, speed bumps, potholes But it is a good toy.