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I drove a boxster S and that is a fine car. Also drove a '07 911S cab which was, i think ruined by its tiptronic transmission....

Thank you for the EXCELLENT info. I'm also interested in a new 911 (2009 or left-over 2008). Can you please tell me what Porsche's March lease/buy programs are (complete with money factors and resid...

my way around. Even after 6 months with the 911 I still find myself changing down when trying to change up as the buttons just are not intuitive. Saving my pennies to upgrade to a sports steering wh...

I currently own 3 German sport cars (not counting my wife's 08' Mercedes E350) : 08' Porsche 911 S, 2009 BMW M3 coupe & 2010 BMW 335i coupe. The 2010 335i is my everyday car and the other two my w...

bankerdanny is entirely correct. Porsche will selll every single one of these that they make but there will be a hard core group of Porschephiles who will bemoan the lack of a three pedal manual fore...

http://www.porsche.com/microsite/911/usa.aspx...

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). ...

I read something interesting about the revised 987 Boxster (2009-10?) in the February issue of Automobile. They say the 987s (Boxster/Cayman) are getting the same motors as the current 911/997. T...

up should have a great stereo. Especially your 911S Cab....

$20,000 off sticker on a 2009 911 S Cabrio with PDK. car has 1400 miles...

I am about to finally buy a porsche and have it down to a 2009 911 4S. What remains is a coupe or convertible and I am really struggling with this decision. The convertibles look fun and I have test...

Either a well optioned year old 2014 Cayman S for $60K or a (2009-2011) 997b 911S for $55k? That is the question I'll be contemplating for the next year or so....
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