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Porsche 911

Price $113,000 – $246,300
Fuel consumption 8.0 – 13.1 L/100km
The Car Guide rating 86%(view ratings)
Redesigned for 2020, the 911 benefits from new technologies and more powerful engines, but its exterior design still pays tribute to the original 911 of 1963. The Carrera and Carrera 4 variants boast a twin-turbo, 3.0-litre flat six that develops 379 horsepower, while the same engine produces 443 ponies in the Carrera S and 4S. Through the course of the year, or next year, the 911 Turbo, GTS, GT3 and GT2 RS versions will all be redesigned as well.

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Pre-owned vehiclesDiscover 5 Used Vehicles Priced Over $300,000 on Otogo
Effective since September 1st 2022, the new federal tax on luxury vehicles valued at $100,000 and more is worrying a lot of buyers and dealers. Fortunately, this measure only applies to brand-new models that have never been registered. This is another good reason to consider a pre-owned luxury vehicle! There’s …
Pre-owned vehicles5-Year-Old Cars That Held Their Value
Did you know that the average depreciation of a vehicle in the first 5 years of its life is currently at 40.1% and that the models that hold their value the longest depreciate 1.6% to 4.4% less quickly than average? At least, that's what the most recent study of the …
First Drives2022 Porsche 911 GTS: The 911 Sauce with the Proper Kick
There is something for all tastes and all (sizeable) budgets in the 911 range. While prices currently range between $115,000 and $180,000, options can easily push a mid-range model well over $ 200,000. But one fact remains, no matter which variant you choose, the 911 rarely disappoints. The big guns …
Test Drives2022 Porsche 911 GT3: Exhilarating Times at Circuit Mont-Tremblant
The new Porsche 911 GT3 sports car was developed with the help of Porsche’s motorsport team. It continues to be powered by the fabulous, naturally aspirated 4.0-litre flat-six engine with a 9,000-rpm redline, but gets a double-wishbone front suspension derived from the Le Mans-winning Porsche 911 RSR. We spent several …
Test Drives2021 Porsche 911 Targa 4: Here’s to (Almost) Perfect Compromises
As the 911 gets better and better with every generation, it manages to keep its identity and DNA. And, from time to time, a Targa model pops up and squeezes itself between the multiple coupe and convertible offerings inside the 911’s prestigious lineup, offering discerning buyers an alternative of debatable …

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NewsPorsche 911 Goes Camping, Now Available With Roof Tent
You can find custom-built Porsche 911 models that will take you off the beaten path, but there isn’t really one specifically designed for camping. Of course, it makes a lot more sense to buy a Cayenne if you’re into that sort of stuff. Guess what? It’s now possible to combine …
NewsThe Car Guide's Best Buys for 2022: Chevrolet Corvette
Every year, The Car Guide unveils a list of Best Buys covering all the different vehicle categories in the industry. When it comes to premium sports cars, emotion is what really drives customers. Some manufacturers manage to stand out with exceptional albeit highly expensive products. The Winner For 2022, the …
NewsPorsche Drive Subscription and Rental Program Launches in Montreal
The unique Porsche Drive program, which offers a daily and weekly on-demand rental service as well as a monthly subscription plan, is now available to Montrealers. "With over 450 first deliveries in Canada since the program’s inception, Porsche Drive is back in the greater Montreal area, with an extended offering …
BuzzHoonipigasus is Ken Block’s Nasty 1,400-Hp Porsche 911 for Pikes Peak
The Pikes Peak International Hill Climb, also known as The Race to the Clouds, will host its 100th running this year on June 26. One of the biggest head-turners will definitely be the car driven by Ken Block. Called “Hoonipigasus” after the winged stallion from Greek mythology, this vintage Porsche …
New ModelsNew Porsche 911 Sport Classic Unveiled With 543 Horsepower
Porsche definitely knows how to please nostalgic 911 enthusiasts. The German automaker today unveiled the new and exclusive 2023 911 Sport Classic, which will be limited to 1,250 units globally. It’s the second of four collector's items that Porsche set out to create, following the 2021 911 Targa 4S Heritage …
NewsPorsche 911 Classic Club Coupe is a Delightful, Factory-Made Restomod
Even the greyest of Porsche restomods is a sure-fire way to spice up another dull Monday. The team at Porsche Classic has spent the past 30 months restoring and transforming an abandoned 1998 911 Carrera (996) found in Virginia into a one-off model called Porsche 911 Classic Club Coupe. This …

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The 2018 Porsche 911 GT2 RS - Motoring TV
The Porsche 911 GT2 RS, the most expensive and fastest street-legal 911 ever built. Nothing more to be said! For more stories about the 2018 Porsche 911, hit the link - https://www.guideautoweb.com/en/makes/porsche/911/2018/ To watch all our most up to date content, check out our TV show schedule - https://www.guideautoweb.com/en/motoring-tv/schedule/ Check …
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Review: The One Millionth Porsche 911
1 million cars built over 54 years may seem like small potatoes in the automotive industry but not when we're talking about the iconic 911. The car is still being built from the same facility in Zuffenhausen where every other 911 has been made. It will now take up residency …
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Motoring TV 2016 Money-No-Object Performance Car of the Year
"For most of us," says Brad Diamond, "our budget dictates what we're going to buy—for others, not-so." And with that, Motoring TV's Money-No-Object Performance Car of the Year for 2016. All three nominees—the BMW i8 , Mercedes-AMG GT and Porsche 911 Targa —are all great in their own rights, but …