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2005 Porsche 911 - Consumer Discussions

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A neighbor down the road has an old 924 that has been sidelined for 4 months waiting for parts. When I was out waxing my 911 (2005) a few weeks ago, he commented that he should have bought an older 9...
I've had my 911S (2005 MY, 9,100 miles) in the rain a few times and it is fine at highway speeds up to 65-75+ mph. Much more stable and none of the skittishness of my former S2000. I think you shoul...
But the experience was, nonetheless, impressive. I don't think I'd put the Boxster S as close to the new (991) 911S as the Edmund's reviewer did, at least with regard to acceleration. But, compared ...
The 2002 911 is a "996" model. They were known to have a problem with "rear main seal (RMS) leaks. In extreme cases, if left unattended, that could result in engine failure (and repla...
I've been quoted 5%-6% off on a factory ordered 2013 911 in the greater Washington DC area. That's about halfway between MSRP and invoice. Similar quotes from dealers in Philadelphia and Pittsburgh....
I am taking the last few careful steps before I own a Porsche. I am debating between a 2005 Boxster Conv and 2003 911(996) Carrera cab(RWD). My heart is for the latter (cant afford a new 911 though). ...
(1) Is your 2003 911 a coupe or cab? I have heard that the 997 Cab is better than the 996 at coming close to matching the coupe in handling, but that neither are as tight or nimble as the Boxster S,...
"In spite of increases in 911 sales, much of which are attributed to the new-model AWD 911s, Carrera coupe sales are way down—there lies much of the Cayman sales."...
I have 14,400 miles on a 2005 911S Cabriolet and haven't had any issues. My sense is that the vehicle is much better built, both mechanically and in fit and finish, then our 2 Acuras (TL & MDX). ...
"I am not hearing the large discounts you mention from dealers I have visited - perhaps your experience was related to the big difference between the selling price of the 911 vs Boxter?"...
not match the deal he gave me on a loaded 2005 911S Cab in September 2005 (10.3% discount). He indicated 6-7% is the most he would discount the same car today. That's only one dealer, and the Cayma...
Speed Yellow: I was coaxed into ordering a 2006 Spped Yellow 911 Cab S to replace my 2005 Seal Grey. However, when the buyer for my Seal Grey went MIA, I decided to keep it. I had received at least...
in 2005 and 200 lbs more than the loaded 911 Carrera S Cabriolet that I bought. I even consider my 911 slightly heavy, but my daughters fit in the back and it's still capable of a low 4 second 0-60 s...
Porsche dealers can vary greatly with respect to their pricing / discounts. When I bought my 911 Cab S in September 2005, all 4 dealers in the DC area offered almost no discounts. It was the new 997...
In any event, while I was waiting for them to put it up on the rack, I checked out two unsold 911 Turbos they have in stock. GT Silver and Slate Grey, both 6-speeds, with $131,000 to $133,000 sticker...
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