2002 Porsche 911 Carrera Rwd 2dr Cabriolet (3.6L 6cyl 6M)
Having owned a number of sports cars over the years, and having lusted after many others, the biggest downside to the 911 is that you no longer lust for anything better. The car does almost everything unbelievably well. The 911 provides race car acceleration and handling, while offering a fairly comfortable ride and interior, a really usable trunk (so you can drive to the store), a wonderful level of fit and finish, excellent gas mileage and reliable performance. Besides all of the above, it's flat out gorgeous.
The acceleration and handling are incredible.
It could use a little more leg room, although I've spent a day in it comfortably and I'm 6 feet tall.
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