10 Major Issues With German Sports Cars No One Talks About

By Danisha Orbe

10

High Insurance Costs

Often much higher than those for other cars.

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9

Expensive Maintenance

Require frequent and expensive maintenance.

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8

Limited Parts Availability

Finding replacement parts can be difficult due to limited availability.

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7

Poor Resale Values

Tend to depreciate quickly, resulting in low resale values.

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6

Poor Fuel Economy

Can make them expensive to operate.

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5

Expensive Repairs

Can be costly due to the use of expensive parts and labor.

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4

Expensive Tuning Parts

Expensive and difficult to find.

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3

Hot Weather Performance

Not designed to perform well in hot weather, so they can suffer from overheating.

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Limited Production Runs

Limited production runs, which can make them difficult to find and expensive.

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Poor Handling

Have poor handling due to the wheels or tires themselves. 

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