Porsche 911 Overview
The 911's iconic shape hides a thoroughly modern sports car, delivering performance and relative refinement. The base model gets a 350-hp, 3.4-liter six, and the Carrera S uses a 400-hp, 3.8-liter six, both matched with a seven-speed manual. Measures to help with fuel efficiency include engine shut-off at idle and electric power steering. The 911 is quick and super-agile, and has sublime handling. It sounds terrifically raucous, and driving the automated manual is just as thrilling as the stick shift. It isn't particularly taxing on long trips, thanks to its relatively supple ride and enough sound deadening to prevent headaches. The interior is beautifully crafted but filled with buttons and rocker switches. A rear-view camera is optional. Reliability has improved to average.
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