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2011 Porsche 911 - Consumer Discussions

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I remember being at the Frankfurt IAA in 2011 and sitting in the new 911, fascinated by the ridiculous number of parts in the fold out cupholders only to yield such useless function in terms of holdin...
I am looking at two Porsche 911 C2 models at different delears and am hoping you can give me some guidance on lease rates for both....
people have told me 2006 was a great year for 911's of all types. I doubt I'll ever sell mine just maybe hand it down to a younger family member. If I am lucky to make 50-7 more years-I will go tur...
Here you go ihitcows. Porsche Financial Services' September buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36-month lease of a 2011 911 Boxster S with PDK and 12,000 miles per year are .00118 a...
Porsche was running some 18-month specials on the 911, Boxster, and Cayman, but I don't think that it had this program on the Cayenne....
Porsche is providing dealer cash on leftover 911s and Panameras, but I haven't heard anything about cash on 2011 Caymans....
first ones to order the new model. I love the 911, i had one before. im older now so getiing in and out is hard now.should i get this car or not? purist say this is not a true porsche. im cant decide...
Second, its 72.8-mph slalom speed happens to be better than the last all-new 2012 Porsche 911 Carrera S we tested. Clearly, this car is far from entry-level."...
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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