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Porsche 911 (991)

Porsche 911 (993) Servicing
The Porsche 911 (993) is a very popular, yet very rare model of Porsche and because of this, it is important that you keep it in good condition. Considering that this classic car’s production began in 1993, means that the vehicle has lots of history and value, and not having it serviced regularly just isn’t an option if you want to minimize the chances of anything untoward happening later down the road. Here at Mercury Sports and Classic, we can ensure high-quality servicing in Essex at a fair price.

The 993 runs with a 3.6-3.8 litre, air-cooled engine, which means it is not uncommon for the oil in the car to burn incredibly hot. This is a key reason why the vehicle uses so much oil, hence why it should be serviced regularly. These Porsches are an absolute dream to drive when running in good condition, and caring for your car properly can definitely contribute to prolonging its life.  

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How often does my Porsche 993 need servicing?

Keeping an eye on the condition of your car is always great practice, especially with a car as rare as the Porsche 911 993. 911’s should be serviced every 2 years at the minimum, which is usually around every 20,000 miles. Servicing your car helps to preserve its value and keep you safe as a driver. Services will often include things like oil changes, replacing spark plugs, new air filters, and a handful of other engine-related substitutions.

What are common 993 problems to watch out for?

One of the most common problems with the Porsche 993 is somewhat excessive oil usage. These engines are air-cooled which means they run very hot. This means that the cars often burn lots of oil making it extremely important that you keep an eye on your oil levels and service the vehicle regularly. Burning too much oil can result in lots of carbon emissions from the car.

Are Porsche 993’s reliable?

Many would consider the Porsche 993 to be one of the most reliable of the whole 911 range. Due to the age of the car, most models have racked up quite the mileage, (Common to be around 100,000 miles.) And still run beautifully, when looked after. The 993’s bodywork was forged from galvanized steel and is very resistant to corrosion. This helps these cars run for a very long time.

What should I check before purchasing a Porsche 993?

An important factor to consider when purchasing a Porsche 993 is the mileage, most of these cars currently sit at around 100,000 miles due to their age and you’ll end up paying considerably more for anything lower. These cars are made from galvanized steel, so there should be little corrosion, and the breaks were state of the art at the time of production, so these should still be relatively strong.

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