The Boxster may be the most popular Porsche these days, but the rear-engine 911 is still the most famous. A redesigned 911 with evolutionary styling changes arrived for 1999 to replace the original model, whose basic design survived more than 34 years.This year, the most lusted-after 911 model &... Read Full Report
Some cars are theater. Their use requires proper staging. Such is the case with the new Porsche 911 Carrera 4. This is no ordinary car; nor is it an ordinary Porsche. It comes with four-wheel drive and two rear seats that actually are usable, at least for small people. Equipped with a two-in-one Tiptronic S transmission--an automatic that doubles as a manual--it can be driven as a daily urban ... Read full review for the 2000 Porsche 911
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Hug the corners, enjoy the ride, top over 70 mph and feel the control as the rear spoiler rises adding to the look and the performance. Relish in the attention from friends, family and onlookers. Jo... Read Full Review
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