Porsche 911

Does Porsche 911 lose value?

Automotive research firm iSeeCars.com created a list of the 10 sports cars that boast the lowest depreciation rates. The Porsche 911 coupe tops the list; it lost 37.2% of its value, or about $53,595, over a five-year period. What is the most valuable Porsche 911? Price: $1,630,060 Based on the 911 Turbo but lighter and …

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Is it Porsche 911 or 9 Eleven?

Nine-one-one. The way I’ve been taught (granted, it was some forty-odd years ago) is that the “official” company policy has that each digit is voiced separately. Not Nine-eleven, not Nine hundred-eleven, not Ninety-one-with-an-extra-one…just Nine-one-one. Why Porsche 911 is so special? Porsches have always had great steering feel even though you wouldn’t expect a rear-engine car …

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Is 911 a sports car or GT?

No wonder, because the 911 is not only the world’s most frequently built racing car but also currently the most successful GT racing car ever. The Italian term “Gran Turismo” – shortened to GT – denotes a traditional motor sport category. What’s considered a supercar? In a hierarchy that begins with sports cars and ends …

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Are Porsche 912 good?

Buyers considered the 912 to have the best of both worlds – the style and mechanics of the 911, a great sounding flat-four engine, with better handling and fuel economy, albeit with a little less pace. Why is it called 911? In 1968, AT&T announced that it would establish the digits 9-1-1 (nine-one-one) as the …

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