The rear-engined 911 has always been known for its potent acceleration, razor-sharp handling, and precise, tactile feel. The the current model delivers a near-ideal balance of performance and livability. With its immediate throttle and steering responses, the 911 is as at home on a twisty, two-lane road as on a demanding race track. Yet, it's also quite driver-friendly and easy to live with on a daily basis.
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In a perfect world, we'd advise getting a basic 911 Carrera S with just a few options. We'd splurge for the 14-way power seats (in place of the standard 4-way power seats), a sunroof, and heated seats and steering wheel. But that's not how things work; dealers tend to stock cars with a long list o...
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coupe Carrera S 6-cyl 7-speed Manual
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