Overview & Reviews
Unlike last year when there were essentially two generations of the car on sale at the same time, the 2013 Porsche 911 is now almost entirely the new ("991") generation. Only the 911 Turbo soldiers on as the sole "997" anomaly. All-wheel drive is now available for the new 911, but traditional specialty models, such as the GT2 or GT3, won't likely be available until next year.
- Spacious cockpit
- Precise steering
- Powerful brakes
- Surprisingly fuel-efficient
- All-wheel-drive option
- Effortless acceleration
- Highly customizable.
- Option prices add up quickly
- No reverse camera available.
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Fun car to drive - 2013 Porsche 911
By carnut130 - September 22 - 11:28 am
We have a 2013 Porsche 911 cab (not an s). It is as good a quality as we have ever had (had over 100 cars). Fun to drive, good ergonomics. It is a sports car and rides as such ... not a gt tourer. Weakness is that for $115 thousand, it should have a backup camera, satellite radio and key-less-go standard. It does not. So the car is rather unsophisticated. As of Dec 31, 2013 we have 8500 miles on the car.