For the practical person that wants the power of a Ferrari without its flaws and bank-busting price, the Porsche 911 is the perfect car. Introduced in 1964 as a two-door 2+2 high-performance air-cooled car, it took the performance motoring world by storm and carved out a place for itself. Now almost 60 years after its introduction and with nine generations under its belt, the Porsche Nine-Eleven is a ubiquitous influence on the performance market. Up for grabs is a previous generation 2012 Porsche 911 Carrera S Cabriolet with just 32,000 miles on the odometer and in excellent condition.
The 911 is everyone's example of why the Germans are the leaders in the automotive world, but overlooking the 912 would be a travesty. Sporting a graceful body with a capable engine that's efficient, lightweight, and at one time even outpaced the 911, the 912 is the responsible older brother to the more rambunctious and aggressive 911. It's calm and good-natured, and although it can deliver excellent performance, it prefers the quiet life as a capable touring car that can get you places on the autobahn fast. However, this particular 912 has a 911 in its heart, bringing the best of both worlds. With 28,570 miles on the clock, you can experience this for yourself, should you choose to claim this beautiful automobile for your garage.
Owning and driving any Porsche is an experience in itself; the German manufacturer has been churning out proper driver's cars for over 50 years and continues to do so. The forefather of all Porsches is the 356, a car every collector wishes to have but can't get a hold of due to their rarity and soaring price tags. Today's car is a replica of the legendary 356 and looks like this 1959 Porsche Speedster Replica. The build is reported to have been done by vintage speedsters and is done to replicate a Porsche 356 A.
In a world where sports cars seem to get bigger, faster, and more outrageous by the day, the Cayman takes a different approach. Instead of trying to be the biggest and baddest on the block, it focuses on what really matters: driving dynamics. While the Porsche 911 gets crazier with each iteration, the 718 sets the bar high for the German brand's 'entry-level' performance toys. This means if you consider this 2018 Porsche 718 Cayman in our inventory, you won't be getting no slouch when it comes to performance. It's a car that's beautiful to look at, thrilling to drive, and easy to live with on a daily basis.
The Porsche Cayenne was the first off-road vehicle created by Porsche when it debuted in 2002 and its first four-door creation. Twenty-one years later, the model is a strong seller and competes in the mid-size luxury segment. Of course, being a Porsche, it also offers plenty of performance. Variants such as this third-generation 2020 Porsche Cayenne Turbo S E-Hybrid Coupe sit high up the pecking order and offer a value proposition that combines a family hauler with a track day tool. With just 21,500 miles, you should take a chance on this fine German machine.
Germany is home to many famous luxury and sports car manufacturers. Porsche, which was founded in 1931, is owned by Volkswagen AG; in fact, the first-ever job Ferdinand Porsche had was designing the Volkswagen Beetle. The modern-day Porsche brand still builds high-performance vehicles, with the Porsche 911 being their most popular model. The Porsche 911 was first introduced in 1964 as a 2-door luxury sports car and is currently in its seventh generation. Up for grabs is a 2011 Porsche 911 Turbo AWD Cabriolet with a low mileage of 42,000 and in pristine condition.
A few cars have stood the test of time and come unscathed from it. Some have retained only the name and the spirit, while a few others have grown and incorporated modern techniques and kept the models recognizable. The Porsche 911 is a prime example; its blend of modernism and age-old design has made it a car that is still sought after even with almost 60 years under its belt and seven generations. Up for grabs is a 2017 Porsche 911 Turbo with a negligible 25,044 miles on the odometer and in pristine condition.
Automotive journalists can be a bit critical with their reviews but Car and Driver is a source one can trust to get you an honest opinion on the next vehicle you drive off in. The example of German excellence presented today is a 2019 Porsche 718 Cayman S, and if you ask the folks over at Car and Driver, they have nothing but good news to share with you. With a reported 17,500 miles on the clock, this German powerhouse ranks as Car and Driver's top 10 best car for 2019 and can be yours to enjoy.
The Porsche 911 is an automotive icon. Introduced in 1964, its distinctive styling and air-cooled engine marked it as a future legend. To date, it has lived up to that name. Very few vehicles on the market have retained their iconic silhouette over nearly sixty years, and the 911 is part of such an exclusive club. This 2013 Porsche 911 Carrera S Cabriolet is from the 991 generation that ran between 2011 and 2019. It's a First Phase car with 43,400 miles on the clock. If you're looking for a drop-top 911 with a glorious, naturally aspirated engine, this car is waiting for you right now.
If someone has never heard of Porsche, the German luxury vehicle maker famous for creating some of the most iconic sports cars, they should be an infant or living under a rock. Founded in 1931 by Ferdinand Porsche, the company has a long and fabled history of creating high-performance vehicles revered by enthusiasts worldwide. One such example is the 2007 Porsche 911 Turbo, a fearsome beast of a car that is sure to give you a smile from ear to ear when you get behind its wheel. This 2007 Porsche 911 Turbo has had extensive engine work completed to bump the output to over 1000HP completed by Protomotive INC, along with the 1Paramount upgraded transmission capable of handling over 1000HP with upgraded AMG Racing parts. We found this stunning example of the 911 Turbo with only 43,600 miles on its odometer. Whether you're an avid Porsche collector or appreciate the finer things in life, this 911 is sure to impress.
Since its founding in 1931, Porsche has delivered some of the most sought-after cars in the world. While they are not in the uber-luxury segment, they are in the luxury sports segment with a clear emphasis on performance. On the other hand, we have Mansory, a luxury car modification company also from Germany. Mansory's ethos is exemplified by its commitment to modifying cars to become more aggressive and outlandish. What we have here is a 2010 Porsche Panamera Turbo given the Mansory treatment and comes with just 70,000 miles on the clock.
Germany is home to many popular luxury and sports car manufacturers. Porsche, which was founded in 1931, is owned by Volkswagen AG. In fact, the first-ever job Porsche had was designing the Volkswagen Beetle. Later on, the founder of Porsches son, Ferry Porsche, went ahead to build the Porsche 356, a 2-door sports car, in 1948. The modern-day Porsche brand still builds high-performance vehicles, with the Porsche 911 being their most popular model. The Porsche 911 was first introduced in 1963 as a 2-door luxury sports car. Fast forward to 2022, the 911 is still in production and currently on its 8th iteration. This 2016 Porsche 911 Turbo in (PDK) AWD Coupe trim is up for grabs with just 40,000 miles on the odometer.
When Porsche decides to debut a new car, it’s never ordinary. Inside and out, they are marvels of art. In automotive lingo, they have captivating looks and remarkable performance. Porsche continued this habit by introducing one of the most beloved sports cars of all time. The 2000 Porsche 911 Carrera boast legendary mystique. It is born with timeless design and real world functionality unlike most supercars this day and age. On top of that, owing to the renowned 911 moniker coupled with the awesome Carrera credentials this car had fame coming its way. Here’s your chance to own a well-preserved 2000 Porsche 911 Carrera Coupe with just 31,000 miles on its clock. There’s no wrinkles or gray hairs here, it looks out of the box and has all its services kept up. It is suitable for use as a daily urban commuter or for exhilarating laps at the local racetrack.
Meet the new 2022 Porsche 911 Carrera S. It is reborn as the eighth generation Porsche 911, which is quicker, more seductive, and more entertaining than ever. For 2022, it continues to develop and push the boundaries of performance while staying faithful to its race-winning legacy. The Porsche 911 Carrera S imbued with genuine Porsche DNA, boasts a strong attitude on the road, matched with an ergonomic interior that is both modern and timeless. If you're after something little more than the base model of the 2022 Porsche 911, your choice is the Carrera S. Look no further than this ravishing 2022 Porsche 911 Carrera S Coupe that is put to sale with just 3,100 miles on it, meaning its basically unspoiled. It offers relaxing daily demeanors, as well as the capability to sneak past traffic or devour highways. With a few packages installed, it is ready to wow you no matter whether you drive it on a daily basis or unleash it on a track day.
1964 was a watershed year for the automobile industry. While Ford created an entirely new segment called the Pony Car when it debuted the Mustang, Porsche of Germany created something equally iconic in the sports car segment. The 911 or Nine-Eleven was born, and to this day, it retains the same overall iconic silhouette and rear-engined layout that it entered the world with. Owning and driving a Porsche 911 is an experience, and Porsche purists swear by the original air-cooled machines of the 1960s up to the 1990s. For those that desire more modern comforts and luxury, examples such as this 2017 Porsche 911 Carrera are ideal. This stunning low-mileage example bears just 8,000 miles on the odo and can be yours.
Deriving from the bedrock of Porsche 911 heritage, the 1978 Porsche 911 SC marks the introduction of a new version to the model. It is also Porsches’ first attempt at developing a car for the global market and it replaced the Porsche 911S, 2.7 and the Carrera 3.0. The engine was upgraded to an aluminum one, implying strong dependability. The 911 SC outsold the front-engine variants, prompting Porsche President Peter Schutz to proclaim the 911 as the brand's icon model. This is a smartly restored example of the 1978 Porsche 911 SC done by Strosek, a German car tuner with an extensive range of Porsche conversions in Europe. This increasingly desirable car is given more vigor as this Strosek conversion is said to be a rare one. Its currently clocked at 14,251 original miles that reported to be documented and a set of documents are available with the sale.
Porsche. The German high-performance manufacturer has been in the business since 1931, and throughout its colorful history it has produced some of the best and most memorable performance vehicles, but none other embodies Porsche’s ethos as the Porsche Nine One One or 911. The 911 was introduced in 1964 as the Porsche 901 due to the name being trademarked by Peugeot, Porsche changed the name to 911. The first 911 was a 2+2-seater with a 2.0L flat-6 engine. The 911 is still in production and is currently on its 8th iteration. Now, what do you get when you shove a big and loud American V8 into a classic Porsche? Well, you'd get this 1973 Porsche 911 Targa top with a ZZ4 V8 engine swap and just 3,400 miles on the clock.
Of the many iconic cars to have graced our shores, the Porsche 911 has a special place in any motorhead’s heart. The Porsche 911 was first produced in 1964 as a two-door, 2+2 seater high-performance rear-engined sports car. As of 2022, we can safely say that the Porsche nine eleven is still up there and lives to its heritage. 1978 saw Porsche introduce the 911SC, with the SC standing for Super Carrera, it was produced till 1983 and saw sales of 58,914 units worldwide. Of the 58,914 units sold, one of those Porsche SCs, a 1980 Porsche 911SC Targa is up for sale with just 188,000 miles and sold by the original owner.
The first Porsche 911 to hit the roads was in 1964, a successor of the popular Porsche 356, but bigger and more powerful. The Porsche 911 is a two-door 2+2 high-performance rear-engined sports car, which has seen production to the present day. While Porsche has internal codes for every series, like the current series being the 992, they are still marketed and sold as the Porsche 911. The current iteration of the 911 began production in 2019, and they offered multiple variants of it, including the much sought-after 911 Dakar. Up for grabs is a 2022 Porsche 911 Targa 4S with a negligible 1,729 miles on the odometer and a 7-Year Certified Porsche Warranty ensuring you are covered during the ownership of this German Icon.
Picture this, it's sundown, and you're planning a quick whip up some B-roads you've scouted while on your daily travels. You look back, and the one factor to make it the perfect drive would be a convertible that's quite fun to drive around twisty roads. Do you face this issue constantly? We have the solution, and it looks like this lovely 2006 Porsche Boxster we have today. With a reported 92,000 miles on the clock, this is open-top motoring without breaking the bank and genuine driving pleasure with one of Porsche's understated heroes.
When one utters the name Porsche GT3, a casual person can only imagine an aggressive body kit slapped onto a regular 911, but the GT3 has a rich racing heritage that dates back to 1999. As the homologation model of the already capable 911, the GT3 is a road-legal track weapon, and the example you see here was introduced in 2013 at the Geneva Motor Show. Since then, it didn't take long for the new GT3 to state its presence as one of the most potent track cars out there, and this example is perfect for those looking to own a vehicle that can be driven straight onto the track on weekends.
Known by many as the ultimate sports car, very few vehicles could beat the Porsche 911 when it comes to pure driving pleasure. This 1964 product of Germany has evolved since its inception many decades ago, and available right now is this gorgeous 2002 offering of the Porsche 911 Carrera 4S. This model stays true to everything that makes the 911 great and comes with a few added benefits, including a Ceramic Pro Unlimited ceramic coating for added protection and a completed IMS bearing service with documentation reported by the current owner. According to the owner, the tires are reported to be less than a year old with less than 5,000 miles on them. The engine reportedly has clocked 71,000 miles, a testament to the longevity of Porsche engines. This perfect driver's car is ready to be claimed and taken home by you to enjoy for many more years to come.
Driving a Porsche means you like driving; the mechanical symphony, timeless design, and brilliant engine make for actual drivers' cars. Much like this 2006 Porsche 911 Carrera 4 Cabriolet we have today. With a reported 79,500 miles on the clock, this low-mileage German performance machine looks factory fresh and is ready to serve as your weekend getaway.
Porsche is a German luxury automobile manufacturer founded in 1931 by Ferdinand Porsche. The company is known for producing high-performance sports cars, SUVs, and sedans. One of the most iconic models produced by Porsche is the 550 Spyder. The 550 Spyder was introduced in 1953 and was designed as a lightweight and agile sports car. It was powered by a four-cylinder engine and had a top speed of around 140 mph. The 550 Spyder quickly gained a reputation for its handling and performance and raced in various events worldwide. Owning a Porsche 550 is a dream come true for many enthusiasts, as only 90 examples were made. A rare chance is at hand in owning this 1955 Porsche 550 Spyder Replica.
Are you ready to experience the ultimate in driving excitement and luxury? Look no further than the 2017 Porsche 911 Carrera S Cabriolet. The Porsche 911 is a legendary sports car that has been a symbol of performance and style for over 50 years. The 2017 Porsche 911 Carrera S Cabriolet is a modern interpretation of this classic model, offering a blend of timeless design and cutting-edge technology. We have this 2017 Porsche 911 Carrera S Cabriolet for sale, which is nestled in the rolling hills of Georgia with just 10,403 miles on its clock. With its iconic design and low mileage, this car is sure to be a hit with driving enthusiasts of all ages.
The Porsche Cayenne is a luxury crossover SUV that was first introduced in 2002. It is known for its sleek design and powerful performance, with many models featuring a V8 engine and impressive acceleration. The Cayenne also has a spacious and comfortable interior, making it a great option for daily commuting and long road trips. It has become one of Porsche's most popular vehicles, offering drivers the perfect blend of style, performance, and practicality. The Cayenne is also Porsches first V8 since it was last used in 1995. Up for grabs is a still gleaming top-of-the-range 2023 Porsche Turbo GT with a negligible 90 miles on the odometer.
In the world of performance cars, choosing to own a Porsche means you are driving automotive history and years of perfecting a formula of being an actual driver's car. Have you ever been behind the wheel of a Porsche or looking for more performance and flare on your drives out? This 2020 Porsche 911 Carrera 4S Cabriolet that we have today, with a reported 16,000 miles on the clock, ought to do the trick.
Porsche's success with its air-cooled Porsche 911, or as it is called Porsche nine eleven, in 1964 propelled the German Automobile company to great heights. The 911's design language was such a success that Porsche retained the basic concept of the car but enhanced it with cutting-edge technology and features. The Porsche 911 is also known as the Carrera, which stands for "race" in Spanish and comes with the signature rear-engined rear-wheel driven formula. Up for grabs on our listing today is the more powerful sibling of the Carrera, a 2006 Porsche 911 Carrera S with just 36,000 miles on the odometer.
Turning back the clock on Porsches' history and the 2000s was an exciting time for the german automaker. What left its factory floors are cars that still turn heads to this day and have an almost cult-like following; ever wondered why? This 2003 Porsche 911 Turbo X50 puts things into perspective. With a reported 52,200 miles on the clock, this german powerhouse is a road-legal track weapon with over $50k in receipts in extras and yours for the taking.
It's a known fact that Porsches are proper driver's cars; if you love driving and all the emotions that result, a Porsche with its iconic boxer powertrain and well-executed gear shifts on a windy bit of road sure is the right medicine to wash all your problems away. Looking to liven up your driving experience? This 2001 Porsche 911 Turbo we have today, with a reported 73,732 miles on the clock, ought to do the trick.
What do you do when you have an uber-successful model like the Porsche 911? Well, Porsche went ahead and started building the mid-engined two-seater Porsche Boxster and Cayman sports cars. The latest generation produced in 2016 and marketed as the Porsche 982 is a nod to Porsche's past success on the track thanks to the legendary 718. Porsche kicked it up a notch by introducing the 718 Cayman GT4 variant. Up for grabs is a 2021 Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 with just 3,570 miles on the odometer and ready for you to take her home.
Probably the most famous sports car to come out of Germany, the 911 or Nine-Eleven as it’s pronounced debuted in September 1964, and has been in continuous production ever since. There have been countless variants over the years that can offer you a pleasant top-down cruise or scare the living daylights out of you. In 1978, Porsche brought out the SC, or Super Carrera, of which 58,914 examples were made. Here’s one of those up for sale right now, a 1982 Porsche 911 SC with 75,710 miles on the odometer and it’s seen some things replaced and refurbished. You know you want it in your life, so why not give us a call ASAP?
In the Nineties, Porsche realized that they needed a small, fun, entry-level sports car to slot beneath the 911, and introduce a new gamut of customers to the Porsche lifestyle. Cue up the Boxster, launched in 1996, and the first Porsche since the 550 Spyder of forty years earlier to be designed from the ground-up as a roadster. This first generation 1999 Porsche Boxster is a great example of one of Porsche’s most successful models to date, and it has 72,158 miles on the odometer. It’s also got a New Engine is 6.5 Years Old with 30k Miles on it and comes with all service records, including recent servicing handled by a Porsche dealer. Peace of mind, indeed. Read on to find out why you should buy it. Two sets of keys are included with the sale.
Few cars are as specifically designed to engender many heartfelt memories as the Porsche Boxster. It have been among the shining beacons of sports-car excellence and with each generation, it have only been climbing up the ladder in the matters of looks, speed and performance. Internet whiners have long pitted the Boxster against the 911 but true Porsche fanatics know that these two models serves discrete purposes. With its top tucked away and a breeze licking the cabin, the Porsche Boxster is meant to be experienced for nothing but pure driving pleasure and escape. This is one such ravishing example of the 2017 Porsche Boxster S, which bears only 13,100 miles on its odometer. Take your chance to experience this German interpretation of splendid motoring.
Porsche is known for churning out true drivers' cars. The 911 marque is a testament to that, built to take on the toughest tracks and emerge victorious. Experiencing a Porsche is truly a treat but what if you are the person who has a family and desires practicality with Porsches performance pedigree, the Cayenne is too big and the SUV life is not for you. The Porsche Panamera is the answer to all your problems, its excellent design means you have the practicality of a family wagon, and the moment you start to go hard on the gas that iconic Porsche performance makes itself known. Experience Porsche performance and practicality today with this lovely 2018 Porsche Panamera 4S we have today. With 38,000 reported miles on the clock, it's time you enjoyed those daily runs as well as drive the perfect weekend getaway.
It’s the vehicle that defined what a sports car is and continues to be one of the most prestigious and desirable automobiles in automotive history. Since its release in 1964, each generation of the 911 has remained relevant, and coveted by enthusiasts. Now, you too can own a piece of this heritage created by the man, Ferdinand Porsche himself with this 1989 Porsche 911 Turbo. An icon of its time, as is every generation of the vehicle, this Porsche comes with everything you would desire from a pure, driving machine made to thrill, excite and take you wherever you want to go with style, speed and exhilaration. With 71,119 miles on the clock reportedly, and still in great shape and condition, this car is ready to be welcomed to your garage, and to be preserved for the enjoyment and appreciation of a whole new generation and more to come.
The first Porsche Nine Eleven to hit the roads was in 1964. It was a successor of the popular Porsche 356, but bigger and more powerful. The Porsche Nine Eleven is a two-door 2+2 high-performance rear-engined sports car, which has seen production to the present day. While Porsche has internal codes for every series, like the current series being the 992, they are still marketed and sold as the Porsche 911. The current iteration of the 911 began production in 2019. A chance to own a magnificent 2022 Porsche 911 Carrera Cabriolet with just 400 miles on the odometer is at hand.
Porsche needed a fun car for the Nineties and beyond, one that would slot beneath the 911 in their range. Cue up 1996 and they released the Boxster two-seat roadster. For its second generation, a fixed-head coupe called the Cayman would be offered as well, and the formula continues to this day with the fourth-generation, also called the 718. While the 718 Boxster and 718 Cayman are well-known, you might be wondering what this 718 Spyder business is about. Until 2022, the 718 Cayman GT4 and its open-topped sibling known as the 718 Spyder were the most potent of the range, until the Cayman GT4 RS took over in 2022. Whoever bought this 2020 Porsche 718 Spyder brand new was buying the fastest, most potent of the 718 range, then, and with just 10,000 miles since, it’s virtually brand-new!
Riding a beast is all good, but what is even better is riding it in style. This is precisely what the German high-performance sports car manufacturer Porsche could be spoken of. Founded in 1931 as the “Dr. Ing. h. c. F. Porsche GmbH”, Porsche has established itself as a shark in the world of high-performance cars, it can still look good while tearing up the asphalt. Throughout the decades, Porsche has released some of the most beloved models in motoring history, one that stands out from the 911 and such is the Porsche Panamera. The first generation mid/full-size luxury car was introduced in 2009 and produced until 2014. The Panamera is currently in its second generation. A chance to own a 2014 Porsche Panamera S Hybrid is at hand with low mileage of just 40,686 miles and in excellent condition.
Ever since its inception Porsche was mostly known for one thing. Building sports cars that boast the best drive feel, and experience. As time went by the German automaker branched out, and a closer look at its lineup showcases just how far they have grown over the years. With the growth of the market for SUV, the Porsche Cayenne fought battles to capture multiple customer segments until the Porsche Macan made its way to the center stage. Built to take on the luxury compact SUV market what you get is Porsche build quality and luxury for 4 passengers, with performance to keep up with an ever-growing market. With times getting tougher, comfort can be found in the vehicle you drive every day, The vehicle we have today does this job well. Up for sale, today is a lovely 2020 Porsche Macan, with 19,800 miles on the clock this comfortable cruiser is one way to keep up with the times and ensure you are ready to take on challenging times one comfortable mile at a time.
Porsche’s first four-door model was the first-generation Cayenne, that debuted in 2003. It was also the first off-road vehicle made by the prolific German automaker that wasn’t a tractor. A hugely successful nameplate, the Cayenne is currently on the third generation, and, as you might think, the name derives from the fiery Cayenne pepper. As the first four-door with ample luggage space in a sports car dominated line-up, the Cayenne was the most practical Porsche you could buy at the time, and remains their pinnacle SUV to this day. That makes this second-generation 2015 Porsche Cayenne S rather appealing, and with a healthy mileage of 61,620, it’s got plenty of life left.
It goes without saying that Porsche isn't merely an auto manufacturer that makes vehicles for transportation. Every model they introduce is an entrancing piece of road-going entertainment. The Porsche Boxster S, for example, is an agile car that can conquer narrow two-lane roads with quick-twitch power, delicacy, and rock-solid balance. Deriving from the bedrock of Porsche heritage, the Porsche Boxster S stays true to its tradition of topping its model lines with the toned-up S version, and the S moniker has denoted performance Porsches since 1952. This desirable specimen of the 2000 Porsche Boxster S is a real head turner located in Ohio and is currently clocked at just 34200 miles. It feels a lot sturdier and more long-legged than many of its two-seater competitors, so it can easily serve you as your daily driver. That doesn't rule out having rollicking fun at a track day.
1964 was a fantastic year for groundbreaking automobiles. In America, Ford introduced the Mustang, and in Germany, Porsche debuted the 911. Fast forward to 2022, and both models are still in production, enjoy healthy sales figures, have cult fan followings, and are immensely desirable. We’ve had many Mustangs come our way, but fewer Porsche 911s, and thus it warms the cockles of our hearts when cars like this 2014 Porsche 911 Targa 4 are entrusted with us for sale. This particular car bears just 28,400 miles, and we know that its next owner will be utterly thrilled with their new purchase. Will you be that next owner?
Porsche jumped on the SUV bandwagon quite early, with the Cayenne debuting in 2002 as a mid-sized luxury crossover SUV. Since then, the model has enjoyed strong sales figures and is currently on the third generation. In 2019, to capitalize on the market for sportier-shaped mid-sizers in the luxury SUV space, Porsche unveiled the Cayenne Coupe. This 2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupe is a fine example of one, and it’s just covered 22,500 miles since new. If you’re looking to enter the Porsche lifestyle, but have a family in tow, this is a great way to make an entrance.
Germany is home to many popular luxury and sports car manufacturers. Porsche which was founded in 1931, is owned by Volkswagen AG, in fact, the first-ever job Porsche had was designing the Volkswagen Beetle. Later on, the founder of Porsches son, Ferry Porsche, went ahead to build the Porsche 356, a 2-door sports car in 1948. The modern-day Porsche brand still builds high-performance vehicles, with the Porsche 911 being their most popular model. The Porsche 911 was first introduced in 1963 as a 2-door rear-engined sports car and has remained true to that formula since then. Fast forward to 2022 the 911 is still in production and currently on its 8th iteration. Up for grabs is a 2021 Porsche 911 Turbo S with just 900 miles on the clock.
The Porsche 911 has been an automotive icon for decades and continues to be one of the most desired automobiles of every era, for good reason. The precise, expert German engineering has created a vehicle that is a masterpiece in motion. It feels connected, responsive, alive, and looks amazing. Although each generation of 911 differs slightly in design, that same aesthetic we know and love continues to be preserved, and the same can be said of this 2002 Porsche 911 Carrera Cabriolet, which ticks all the right boxes for being the perfect driver’s car to take out on the weekend. It has been done so for reportedly 43,000 miles already, but it’s clear that there’s a lot more life left to give for this Carrera.
The Porsche 911 is one of the most iconic vehicles in the history of automobiles. It is a car that everyone agrees on as the ideal enthusiast machine. It’s the car that you hang posters of in your bedroom growing up, dreaming of the day you’re able to own one for yourself. That dream can become a reality with the purchase of this 1994 Porsche 911 Carrera. In pristine condition, this 911 remains old-school, protecting the raw, connected feel of cars from its age. Not only is it in great condition, but it also comes with the original tool kit, car cover, owner’s manual and air compressor and original carpet floor mats. The car also reportedly comes with a 2nd set of wheels of the same size with tires installed (BBS), same size of course. For those who want the added assurance, the seller reports that all receipts and records of the owner are available to peruse from service and maintenance, and some records from the previous owner are available as well. The seller also reports that the 90,000 miles on the clock is genuine as well. Reportedly a part of the previous owner’s garage for about 16 years, why not take this gorgeous 911 for your own and add some more miles, and memories along the way.
Track days sure are a lovely pastime, but when you consider the cost to buy or build a track-ready car that can only be used a few laps around a circuit and then parked till your next track day, some may look the other way. Porsche's answer to this significant issue is their lineup of GT3 cars. Built to take on an apex at full throttle and a cruise down the highway with some tunes on, they are perfect all-rounders. The 2022 GT3 is such a great piece of machinery that the folks over at Car and Driver summed it up as "the purest and most rewarding 911 to drive". Up for sale today is a 2022 Porsche 911 GT3 with just 9,300 miles reported on the clock, waiting to hit the track hard and the streets proud with its new owner.
Okay, let's be honest, while most EVs do have record-breaking straight-line speeds and acceleration that could shift a few vertebrae in your neck, almost every single one of them isn't really that impressive on the eyes. In fact, most of them, are rather boring in appearance, and that may be why people are even more impressed when they perform. But what happens when a brand like Porsche stumbles into the EV department? Do they abandon their practice of crafting beautiful vehicles for the sake of an automotive trend? Absolutely not. Yes, Porsche has officially ventured into the EV segment, but they didn't dare tamper with the basics, and this 2020 Porsche Taycan Turbo S, which is currently up for sale, is still very much a beautiful vehicle, and arguably the most stunning EV in existence.
If what you’re looking for is a comfortable grand tourer that not only has great comfort, but iconic design and is part of the world’s automotive heritage, that isn’t mainstream, then look no further that this Porsche 928 S4. This 1989 automobile was meant to be a replacement for the historic 911 and is the company’s first production V8 powered model. With great Porsche design, comfort, and power, this 928 is a great choice for any garage and is a capable grand tourer that is both comfortable, and powerful, allowing the driver to easily traverse long distances without having to visit a chiropractor at the end of the journey. The original owner is putting this 928 on sale for someone new to enjoy, but clearly has used her well, reportedly clocking over 132,000 miles. However, it has received the TLC it needs along the way thanks to also reportedly being Porsche serviced its whole life.
With over 70 years at the forefront of German engineering excellence, Porsche, and its iconic 911, need little introduction. One of the most sought-after versions of the 911 is the Carrera S Cabriolet, and the 991-generation is already considered one of the best eras of this defining sports car. This one-owner example has just 6,950 miles on the clock, along with some choice options from the factory, making it a likely contender for both daily use and as a weekend back road blaster.
Open-top motoring is a treat. Drop the hood, and you are exposed to the wind in your hair with lovely weather. Porsche and its open-top offerings are an excellent addition to your Sunday drives; you got years of engineering excellence and a timeless design for company. Take a look at this 2013 Porsche 911 Carrera S Cabriolet we have today. With just 36,202 miles on the clock, this German rear-engined beauty is waiting to be enjoyed, top-down and all.
Turning back the pages of automotive history, there have been very few times where a car has taken the world by storm. By this, we mean totally changed everyone's perception of what it’s type and competitive segment should be. Back in the 60s, this is exactly what Porsche did with the release of the Porsche 911. Over the years the 911 has come to be regarded as a true driver’s car thanks to its performance and legendary driving experience, with that signature rear-engined layout. With history and a name in the sports car market, this 2017 Porsche 911 Carrera with just 101,000 miles on the clock that we have up for sale would make a great purchase to add some zest to your daily commute.
The fight to be the best compact SUV is a hard-fought one. As manufacturers scramble to cater to this ever-growing segment, it's not odd to see a new manufacturer joining in now and then. In 2014, this was the case with Porsche and their new Macan; when translated from Malay, the name Macan stands for tiger. While this may sound a bit extreme, the vehicle sure shared many features with a tiger. It pounced on its prey and slowly but surely turned out to be the victor. With growing sales and popularity, the Macan has grown over the years and gives its passengers Porsche performance, the practicality of a compact SUV, and decent comfort. The Porsche Macan ticked off many boxes for car buyers so it's no stranger that this 2016 Porsche Macan S with just 27,000 miles on the clock doubles down as the perfect all-rounder.
The 911 Turbo S is arguably one of Porsche's greatest pieces of engineering yet, and undoubtedly the pinnacle of their performance. The number of cars that can excel the capabilities of this vehicle are few, and unless you are sitting in a 1000hp plus supercar that costs a small fortune, it's unlikely that you will see anything more than the rear end of this car if challenged down a straight line. It's truly spectacular and is the ultimate representation of what Porsche was able to achieve with 58 years of continuous development of the 911 brand. For one lucky Porsche enthusiast, this magnificent and highly spec'd example awaits, resting within Colorado.
If you turn back the clock to not so long ago you would notice something missing in Porsche and their product lineup. You had sports cars and luxury SUVs but never a practical 4-door car. Then came the Porsche Panamera, a 4-door Porsche that was family-friendly and could push out a decent amount of performance when needed. Over the years the Panamera proved to be a big seller for the Porsche brand, making improvements over time. With performance and looks to boot, even the folks over at Car and Driver noted that the Panamera Turbo models offer near-supercar performance in a sleek family-friendly sedan. Why settle for less when looking for a practical sedan when we have this 2018 Porsche Panamera Turbo available for sale. With just 26,487 miles on the clock, this is practical performance at its best.
Since 2005, the Cayman nameplate has appeared on the fixed-head variant of Porsche’s popular entry-level sports car, the Boxster. Porsche wanted a model to slot in below their iconic 911, and the Boxster was born in 1996 to fulfil that need. It’s been one of their best-selling models since then. The fourth generation, or Type 982 would see the naming convention slightly changed to incorporate the 718 name, which is from Porsche’s historical annals, as their racing car which won the Targa Florio in 1959 and 1960. What’s on sale here is a 2022 Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 Coupe in pristine order, with just 1,200 miles on the clock. It’s pretty much a brand-new car that you can buy right now, no waiting lists or supply chain delays to contend with.
Porsche’s 911 has become the German brand’s iconic model, and any mention of Porsche sparks a mental image of the distinctive silhouette of one of these rear-engined sports cars. Sold all over the world since 1964, these cars naturally found a firm footing in North America as well. Here’s one such example, a 2004 Porsche 911 Carrera 4S Cabriolet from the 996 generation that ran between 1997 and 2005. With just 32,000 miles, it’s a perfect example to consider.
Upon reading the title, there is a bit of confusion as to why a 'Turbo' badge is stuck on to an EV, but truth be told, 'turbo' is nothing more than an understatement to the Taycan, because along with doing your part for environment, owning this car means that you have one of the quickest Porsches ever, and quite possibly the most brilliant electric vehicle in existence. This brilliant example has over $26,000 in options and is currently up for sale. With under 3,000 miles, it’s practically brand new.
The Porsche brand is synonymous with making the true driver's car. With a rear-engined set-up perfected over the years, you can never go back once you're hooked. The cabriolet versions of the Porsche 911 explore the true driving feel more closely with its occupants able to pop open its hood and enjoy the sound of that iconic rear-engine drive set up and the natural elements in all its beauty. It's time you experienced a Porsche in all its glory and drove off in this 2013 Porsche 911 Carrera Cabriolet we have in inventory now. With just 12,700 miles on the clock, this is a low mileage example for you to treasure and enjoy.
The homologation world sure has brought about some interesting cars over the years. Porsche and its GT3 is one of those cars that’s perfected the homologation formula by mixing up that race car feel as well as provide a car that’s comfortable to drive on public roads. A race car for the road sounds interesting so why not have a closer look at this 2019 Porsche 911 GT3 we have today. Located in Florida this road legal track weapon has a reported 11,000 miles since new.
The Porsche 911 and its design will surely go down as one of automotive’s greatest. The humble yet iconic design has changed over the years but never lost its original touch. With many trims to choose from, you definitely had a Porsche to suit your every need, be it a track tuned machine, cabriolet or even a no frills well-tuned sports car. If you are the type that likes to pop open the hood on an evening drive and experience that Porsche perfection, this 2018 Porsche 911 Turbo Cabriolet might be the one for you. Located in California and with just 18,000 miles on the clock this surely is one lovely way to get around top down and all.
Porsche AG, which is owned by Volkswagen AG, is a German high-performance sports car manufacturer. It was founded in 1931 by Ferdinand Porsche and two others. Porsches most beloved and flagship car is the Porsche 911 which was introduced in 1964 and is still going on strong after many updates and revisions throughout the decades. Up for grabs is a seventh-generation 2017 Porsche 911 Turbo S Coupe, also known internally as the Porsche 991, with just 8,835 miles on the clock and available to be seen in the Lone Star State, Texas.
Recognized globally as Porsche's very first production automobile, the 356 was a rear-engined sports car that was built between 1948 and 1965 before being replaced by the 911 series. To many, the 356 is considered to be the foundation of Porsche automobiles, with its styling and design layout being passed down to current models as well. Well known for its nimbleness and aerodynamic capabilities, the 356 quickly become a favorite amongst motorsport enthusiasts, but it was the class win at Le Mans in 1951 that put this car on the map. Today, replicas such as this 1957 Porsche Speedster Carrera Convertible Replica nicknamed "freeway flyer" is currently up for sale in California with less than 1,000 miles on it. Inspired by the aforementioned 1957 model, this car is actually relatively new, as it’s been reportedly built by Vintage Speedsters in 2018.
A veritable powerhouse and icon in the motoring world is the German high-performance automobile manufacturer Porsche. Porsche was founded in 1931 by Ferdinand Porsche with two other partners. Arguably Porsche’s most popular model is the Porsche 911 and pronounced Nine Eleven in German. The 911 has been in production since 1964, and it is a two-door 2+2 high-performance rear-engined sports car. Porsche’s homologation in the form of the GT3 variant boosts the car to exhilarating performance numbers. Up for grabs is a 2007 Porsche 911 GT3 with just 34,600 miles on the clock and available to be seen in the Golden State, California.
The German automaker Porsche is wildly famous for its 911 models and the wide range that boast the 911 badge may seem similar to the untrained eye. This is far from the case, since there are various differences both inside and out, including engines and drivetrains. Whatever Porsche 911 your motives choose, there’s always plenty of love to find in each model. Among these, the Porsche 911 Turbo Cabriolet range seems to gain more attention from devotees for a few obvious reasons. One of the main features is it allows you to drop the top and get in touch with nature while letting everyone know who owns the stunning ride. What we exhibit here is a 2018 Porsche 911 Turbo Cabriolet, which is for sale by its original owner. It is located in California and has a little over 14,000 kilometers on the clock. All servicing is said to be up to date and this Porsche is ready for its new home with freshly installed rear tires in Dec 2021.
What’s Germany’s most iconic sports car? Why it’s the Porsche 911! Introduced in September 1964 and still going strong, Porsche’s iconic silhouette has remained to this day, and it’s one of those cars that can be recognized by a mere pencil-sketch outline. Under the skin, its defining feature is the rear-mounted engine that was air-cooled all the way up to 1998, when water cooling took over due to increased emissions regulations as well as enhanced power outputs. If you’re looking for a way into 911 ownership, here’s a 2015 Porsche 911 Turbo S from the 991 generation which is just one before the current generation. It comes from Florida and the current owner purchased it in October 2021 under a CPO. With just 28,000 miles on the odometer, it also comes with 2 keys and carried an original MSRP of $209,150.
The iconic Porsche 911 is the definition of a rear-engined rear-wheel-drive sports car. Produced since September 1964, it’s still using the same basic formula, albeit the engines are now water-cooled instead of air-cooled. The 997-generation 911 was produced between 2004 and 2013 and was largely praised by the motoring community, with Jeremy Clarkson saying that the 997 “make love to your fingertips and stir your soul”. If this fingertip-loving, soul-stirring is your thing, here’s a 2007 Porsche 911 4S Cabriolet from the 997 generation for sale. Coming to you from New Jersey, it’s got just 88,000 miles on the clock and has reportedly been Porsche serviced its whole life, with a recent service done as well for maximum peace of mind.
Many aspire to be the proud owner of a Porsche sports car, and Porsche helped some realize their dreams when they introduced the Boxster in 1996, as their entry-level offering. The first generation Boxster was a mid-engined two-seat roadster that was the first Porsche since the 550 to be designed as a roadster from the outset. Four generations on, the current 982 generation wears the designation ‘718 Boxster’ and its fixed-head sibling ‘718 Cayman’, the 718 being a reference to Porsche’s 718 race car which won the Targa Florio in 1959 and 1960. Here’s a lovely 2021 Porsche 718 Boxster GTS 4.0 from Florida as a worthy contender. It’s got just 11,789 miles on the clock.
Porsche’s success with its air-cooled Porsche 911, or as it is called Porsche nine eleven in 1964 propelled the German Automobile company to great heights. The 911’s design language was such a success that Porsche retained the basic concept of the car, but enhancing it with cutting edge technology and features. In our listing is a prime example of the 911, what we have to offer is a 2010 Porsche 911 Targa 4, with just 77,000 miles on the clock, to entice you more this 911 is one of the few 2010 Targa 4 Porsches built. A quick trip to the Big Apple will give you a first-hand look of the car.
If you were on the lookout for a car that can give you ultimate driving satisfaction, you sure would hear the words Porsche 911 more than once. Ever since the 1960s, Porsche 911s have delighted their owners with drives they would never forget, and continue to do so. If you fancy driving a performance machine that's guaranteed to ensure smiles per gallon, this enthusiast-owned 2003 Porsche 911 Carrera 4S Coupe would be a great candidate. Located in California with just 20,914 miles run from new, this car is an ode to the pure sports car driving experience.
Porsche’s 911 is the Stuttgart-based automaker’s flagship, and most iconic model. Introduced in 1964 (coincidentally, the same year as the Ford Mustang), this two-door sports car has remained true to its rear-engined rear-wheel-drive formula ever since. The Porsche 911 started off with air-cooled flat-six engines and remained this way until the big shift to water cooling in 1998. Thus, air-cooled Porsche 911s are highly regarded when in good condition, such as this 1989 Porsche 911 Carrera Cabriolet in our inventory. It’s got just 67,200 miles on the clock and comes from Florida. If you’re on the lookout for an ideal candidate to enter classic Porsche territory, this is your car.
The Porsche Boxster was introduced in 1996 by the German sports car manufacturer as a model intended to slot into their range below their flagship 911, as a mid-engined two-seat roadster (convertible) offering. When the first generation was introduced in 1996, it replaced the front-engined 968. The Boxster is a sales success story for Porsche to this date and is now on its fourth generation which was introduced in 2016 as the 718 Boxster, along with its fixed-roof sibling the 718 Cayman. In case you are wondering, the name Boxster is an amalgamation of Boxer, which refers to the flat (boxer) engines that power the car, as well as its style as a roadster. This is a fourth-generation 2018 Porsche 718 Boxster that comes from Florida with 33,000 miles on the clock. Two keys are included with the sale, and it is reported to be a fully dealer-maintained car.
Porsche is one of those automobile manufacturers who choose interesting and exotic names for their models. Boxster, Cayman, Cayenne, Taycan and Macan are the current lot. The only exception is their iconic 911. The Porsche Boxster model was initially produced in 1996, and to much of Porsche’s surprise the Boxster reversed the downward trend of the company’s revenue. A fun fact is that Porsche consulted Japanese car maker Toyota on sharing parts among models which contributed to their revenue increase. This is a 2018 Porsche 718 Boxster S from the fourth generation of the model’s lifecycle, with just 9,600 miles on the clock and it comes from North Carolina.
The Porsche 911 is an iconic German sports car. In fact, it is so iconic and popular the world over, that the mere mention of the Porsche brand harks up images of a 911 in one’s mind. It can be considered to Germany what the Chevrolet Corvette can be considered to America – an icon of each country’s respective automotive history, that has been produced for over fifty years and continues in production to this date. The first 911 was introduced in September 1964, sporting an air-cooled, rear-mounted engine. Since then, it has gone through eight generations with the big shift to water-cooled engines happening in 1998 due to increasing requirements for efficiency and emissions regulation compliance. However, the shape and basic formula have remained the same, including the rear-mounted engine flat-six engine. This is a seventh-generation 991-series 2016 Porsche 911 Targa 4S that comes from Florida with 24,400 miles on the clock. If you are looking to dip your toes into the Porsche 911 pool, this is a fine example and ideal candidate. It’s always been in Florida, never modified and comes with the original keys, accessories, and manuals.
It's no secret that Porsche is butting heads with its rivals to create practical and respectable electric automobiles. With the debut of the Porsche Taycan in 2019, they continued to improve the nameplate with the goal of making a Taycan for everyone. The challenge was to make a hefty, luxurious, all-electric sedan attain the level of real performance and handling that a true Porsche stands for. The hottest version of the Taycan range so far, the 2020 Porsche Taycan Turbo S best vindicated these expectations. It also claims to be quicker than the latest Tesla Model S in a quarter-mile run. In stock is one such 2020 Porsche Taycan Turbo S and this particular car bears the honor of being a Launch Vehicle. Coming from Tennessee, it only has 4,200 miles on its clock and has a slew of optional extras under its belt.
When it comes to luxury and cutting-edge performance, the Porsche brand requires little introduction. In line with industry trends toward electric mobility, the German automaker joined the push by introducing the all-electric Taycan lineup in 2019. In Turkish, the phrase "Taycan" means "lively young horse.” Porsche updated the basic model and launched the Taycan Turbo in 2020. Despite the lack of presence of a turbo, they utilized the moniker "Turbo" to continue their tradition of using to define high-performance variants of their model lineup. The 2020 Porsche Taycan Turbo aims to be an electric car that rivals any other Porsche models on the road, proving that electric cars are no longer a compromise. This exceptional 2020 Porsche Taycan Turbo is situated in New York and has only 1,100 miles on the odometer. It enjoys both the Sport Chrono and Premium Packages, as well as some of the most up-to-date autonomous technology.
When German sports car maker Porsche decided the time was ripe to venture into the SUV space, they wanted to ensure that it carried over the sporty DNA that the brand was known for with its range of two-door sports cars. Entering the market in 2003, the first-generation Cayenne marked a series of firsts for Porsche. It was the first V8 engine built by Porsche since 1995, as well as the first off-road vehicle from them since the tractors they had built in the 1950s. It was also the first production four-door Porsche. The Cayenne was well-received globally, and we are now on the third generation. Introduced in 2018, the third generation spawned a more sportily styled iteration called the Cayenne Coupe. This vehicle is a 2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupe from Texas with just 8,800 miles on the clock. When new, it would have cost $92,890.
It is without a doubt that the 911 is the most recognizable Porsche of all time. Its beautiful design and legendary performance continuously improved over the years, with each model outclassing its predecessor. The Porsche 997 was introduced in 2004 and received significant changes to its exterior and interior design. In 2008, Porsche decided that the 997 needed a refresh for the 2009 year. The new 997, such as our subject car, was vastly improved. It received exterior and performance upgrades that made it even better to drive than previous generations. This gorgeous 997 belongs to one of the fastest model variations found: it's a Turbo, and the 911 Turbo is well-known as being one of the most thrilling versions of the German sportscar. With an original MSRP of $150,715, this 2009 Porsche 911 Turbo is for sale in Florida, with just 30,500 miles on the clock.
The 993, produced from 1994 to 1998, was a huge stepping stone in terms of design and technological advancements for the 911 series. The car was given an outright makeover and was tremendously different from its predecessor. So different in fact, that Porsche reported that every part of the 993 was designed from the ground up, carrying over only 20% of its components from the previous model. The car was an instant legend and is to this day considered to be one of the best 911s of all time. This single owner 1998 Porsche 911 Carrera 2 Cabriolet can be seen in Massachusetts with a mere 17k miles on the road.
The 911 is a series of high-performance sports cars produced by German auto-manufacturer Porsche since 1964. It is highly recognized as one of the most popular and capable cars that Porsche has in their offering, with countless awards and recognition for its achievements in motorsport. The 997 such as the one featured is the internal name given by Porsche for models produced between 2004 and 2007. This generation of the 911 was well received by auto enthusiasts around the world for its beautiful exterior design, with mostly positive reviews. Even British auto journalist and former TopGear presenter Jeremy Clarkson praised the 997, stating that it will “make love to your fingertips and stir your soul”. This specific turbo model has done just 22,000 miles and currently resides in Colorado.
It is without a doubt that Porsche’s most iconic vehicle is their two-door, high performance coupe and convertible, known globally as the 911. When Porsche began producing the 911 in 1964, their immediate goal was to create a slightly more contemporary replacement for the 356, but the 911 was immensely popular and quickly became Porsche’s most celebrated vehicle. In fact, the 911 was so incredibly popular that it was number five in a poll to determine the ‘Car of the Century’ in 1999, and remains the only car in the top five to be in production to this day. This 2020 Porsche 911 Carrera S is of from the latest generation of the 911 and is up for sale in Texas with a tad over 8,600 miles on the clock.
The 911, is the most successful Porsche in all of their production history. Winning world championship races including the 24 hours of Daytona, Targa Florio, 24 hours of Le Mans and many other World Championships, its reputation is cemented. The GT3 is a high-performance variant of the Porsche 911 sports car. Like its big brothers, the GT3 also had a successful racing career. Recognised as among the world’s best drivers’ car, the GT3 responds no matter how hard you push it to its limits. It gives you the impression that its capability will always exceed your skills. This stylish example of 2018 Porsche 911 GT3 will captivate enthusiasts’ attention owing to its manual gearbox. Located in Florida, it has only done 8200 miles.
The 928 was one of the first attempts Porsche made to include a luxury touring car into their arsenal of vehicles. By the late ’60s, the German auto manufacturer had already established themselves as one of the best in the business when it came to high-performance sports cars, but executives in the company — including owner Ferdinand Porsche himself — decided to take a different approach and replace its current flagship, the 911. The result was a touring car that had the power and personality of a sports car but felt comfortable and refined like a luxury sedan. It was named the 928, and one such cared-for example is available for sale today, located in Washington.
The Porsche Taycan is the first all-electric car designed and produced by Porsche, indicating the beginning of a new era. Introducing a true Porsche for the age of electro-mobility, the Taycan was revealed fully production ready at the 2019 Frankfurt Motor Show. Linking Porsches heritage to the future, the Taycan is still a Porsche product at heart with performance as its main focus. With just 1200 miles on its clock, our subject 2020 Porsche Taycan Turbo offers a host of optional packages as a bonus. It features a 500kW motor and with modern technology and with clean, purist design, it still retains the unmistakable Porsche DNA. Located in Missouri, this 670HP 2020 Porsche Taycan Turbo is the perfect car for those who dare to challenge the petrol-powered super cars.
A true icon from Germany, the Porsche 911 is one of the most recognized sports cars on sale worldwide. Stuttgart’s commitment to the rear-engined chassis has resulted in an instantly recognizable car, no matter what the generation. The 996 chassis of 911 was arguably the most significant for Porsche: it was the first all-new platform since the original 911 and, more importantly, the first water-cooled 911. Our subject car is a 2004 Porsche 911 Carrera 4S Cabriolet from the last year of 996 production. The original MSRP on this particular Virginia-based car was $97,985. Of special note for enthusiasts is that this car features a six-speed manual transmission.
If there’s one car that needs little introduction, it’s the Porsche 911. An icon in motoring, the 991 iteration was a glorious celebration of all Porsche knows about building a great car. This, the second generation (dubbed the 991.2 series) expanded on the already great basis formed and extracted even more out of the chassis. While there are various models for various purposes (such as the GT2 RS and GT3 RS for a hardcore experience), the Turbo S remains the favorite for combining all the speed that the badge is known for, with the practicality and usability that only a 911 can deliver. And this tuned 2017 Porsche 911 Turbo S is a great example of a perfectly specified pre-owned unit.
The Porsche 911 is rightly known as possibly the most useable sportscar on the market. A supercar that can be used daily, the 911 manages to transcend multiple plains to appeal to a broad cross-section of car lovers. The Porsche 991 generation, although only-just superseded, has already cemented itself as a firm favourite amongst fans of 911. This 2014 Porsche Carrera S Cabriolet has 46,461 miles on the clock, and has been impressively spec’d — an extra consideration buyers of used Porsche's must consider, as standard equipment is notoriously thin on the ground in the 911 range.
The Porsche Cayenne was an important addition to the sports car manufacturer’s line-up. Not only was it the first SUV to bear the crest of the Stuttgart-based marque, but it also provided a much-needed cash injection to the company. It was a gamble that paid off, with the Cayenne soon becoming one of their best sellers. The Porsche Cayenne featured here is from the second generation. A black 2017 Porsche Cayenne GTS, this example of the performance SUV has 23300 miles and is located in Houston, Texas. The car also features a certified pre-owned warranty.
The addition of the numerals, GT2, to any Porsche 911 signifies the most extreme-iteration of the model. Porsche's GT2 nameplate has been in service since the 1993 993 generation of 911 and was originally intended to meet track homologation purposes. This 2008 997 Porsche 911 GT2 with 26,000 miles has reportedly been garage-kept for all of its life. It comes from a generation of Porsche's that is virtually guaranteed to be a future classic. According to records just over 200 GT2 RS' were sold in the United States.
It is not often you find a ’14 Porsche 911 GT3 available with only 4,200 miles. However, such an opportunity has arisen. This gem of a vehicle is up for sale yet it is sure to go quick so get your bid in as soon as possible. If you have ever dreamed of driving a Porsche, this vehicle provides the perfect opportunity to do so. The ’14 Porsche 911 GT3 has an array of features including Alcantara seat inserts, yellow brake calipers, PDK transmission and plenty more. Though the 911 GT3 is certainly powerful, it achieves a solid 20 miles per gallon fuel efficiency when driven on highways. You can bid on this beauty in full confidence as it comes with a lemon buyback as reported on Carfax.
When it comes to sports cars, few top the 2011 Porsche GT3 RS 4.0. This beauty drives just as good as it looks. Only 600 Porsche GT3 RS 4.0 vehicles were built, making this vehicle quite the gem. With a mere 10,120 miles, our GT3 RS 4.0 is worth every single penny and then some. The car includes a clean Carfax report, original books and all the driving fun you could hope for.
The long awaited arrival of the 992 Porsche 911 Carrera S is finally over, and we are fortunate enough to be offering one. This unbelievably well optioned car shows everything that is new for the 2020 911. Porche's newly released paint color, Aventurine Green Metallic, is on showcase, and it does not disappoint. The body lines, technology and performance all mesh together to blow this new release out of the water. Porsche continues to set the bar high for the competition, and after one test drive in this 992, you will understand that there is no comparison. The opportunity to have a sub two thousand mile car at a 20 thousand dollar discount is now available at www.exoticcartrader.com
Finished in GT Silver Metallic over black leather upholstery, this 2018 Porsche Panamera Turbo Sport Turismo has covered just 4,393 miles since new. A well-optioned example, this 542-horsepower four-seater boasts 21” Sportdesign wheels, Sports Exhaust, Sport Chrono, and other optional extras as listed below. This Turbo Sport Turismo is being offered on consignment through Exotic Car Trader with a clean title, a clean Carfax, and a detailed window sticker reflecting an original retail price of $171,100.
This 2004 Porsche 911 Carrera Cabriolet is a silver on black example with just over 57,000 miles and a six-speed manual transmission. Recent maintenance on its 3.6-liter flat six engine includes a new water pump, upgraded IMS bearing, and other items as noted below. It is now being offered for sale from the Exotic Car Trader collection with two keys, a clean title, a clean Carfax, and complete service records since new.