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2000 Porsche 911 - Consumer Discussions

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I just purchased a 2000 911 and the navigaiton system is not activated. The previous owner didnt have the software. The local Porsche dealer said they didn't support years prior to 2003. Navtech wa...
Designman makes some good points, but I found the 2005 Boxster S was a dream to drive with the 6-speed. I had driven a 2001 911 Turbo several months ago and it was a workout. My 2005 911 S is much m...
BTW, anyone checking out the new Panamera four-door? It's exactly what some of us were mulling over a year or so ago...a stetched 911 look, leveraging the sports car platform for a sedan that looks mo...
model year (2000), but our friends with a 2003 911 TT have not had a fualtless ownership experience either. Having had a completely hassle free experience with the S2000 is perhaps my biggest obstac...
I've answered my own question. I've talked to a couple of dealer in So Cal, and I can take $8K discount (it is now $8K only on 911, not $10K), and not get special low money factor, but get regular Po...
I have also owned Ferrari's, previous 911's, 928 Prosche, 944 Turbo....well..a lot of cars over the years. The Cayman out-handles every 911 for most drivers., The weight distribution is 50-50, makin...
Marietta, Georgia salesmanager told me that Porsche tires should wear out at 9,000 miles for 911, at 15,000 miles for Cayenne...and replacement for 4 tires is $2000.00, meaning more than 10 cents/mile...
Had I known this I would have bought a brand new 911 in the US, not signed the thing about moving (or signed it "Mickey Mouse"), driven it here for a few years and made money upon selling i...
yourself and be beating that Porsche Turbo (a 911 Turbo, the Cayenne was history from the showroom). THAT is a level of satisfaction that you could never achieve with a lot of supercars. Of course,...
I think potential 911 owners aren't going to negotiate viciously as if it was at a Toyota dealer, anyway....
I am looking at a 2000 C2 Cab with 42,000 miles and asked my local mechanic about the RMS issue. He works on all types of Porsches and took excellent care of my 87 911. He said if the seal has not b...
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