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Porsche 911

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Porsche 911 Coupe (2019 - )

The latest 911 is superb. It’s beautifully engineered and supremely capable, and a properly involving experience for the driving enthusiast. It should be right at the top of anyone’s sports car short list.
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Porsche 911 running costs

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Porsche 911 performance

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There’s no hiding away from the fact that the Porsche 911 isn’t cheap. The less powerful Carrera and Carrera 4 have few direct rivals, but could conceivably be considered alongside cars like the BMW M4 and the Mercedes-AMG C63. The Carrera S and Carrera 4S is up against rivals like the AMG GT and Jaguar F-Type R, both of which have more power than the Porsche. At the top of the heap is the brand-new 911 Turbo S, with a price tag over £150,000 and power, prestige and performance to chase bona fide supercars. Its real trick is carrying this off with the daily usability you’d get in any 911.

But all flavours of 911 boast really impressive resale values, which will dramatically reduce running costs over the course of ownership compare to those rivals. The Porsche’s engine is also efficient for this type of performance, which will reduce fuel bills, and while servicing, maintenance and repair is likely to be pricey, we’d expect overall running costs to be considerably better than pretty much any rival you can mention.
There’s no hiding away from the fact that the Porsche 911 isn’t cheap. The less powerful Carrera and Carrera 4 have few direct rivals, but could conceivably be considered alongside cars like the BMW M4 and the Mercedes-AMG C63. The Carrera S and Carrera 4S is up against rivals like the AMG GT and Jaguar F-Type R, both of which have more power than the Porsche. At the top of the heap is the brand-new 911 Turbo S, with a price tag over £150,000 and power, prestige and performance to chase bona fide supercars. Its real trick is carrying this off with the daily usability you’d get in any 911.

But all flavours of 911 boast really impressive resale values, which will dramatically reduce running costs over the course of ownership compare to those rivals. The Porsche’s engine is also efficient for this type of performance, which will reduce fuel bills, and while servicing, maintenance and repair is likely to be pricey, we’d expect overall running costs to be considerably better than pretty much any rival you can mention.

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Most popular trims on Auto Trader

T
£42,800 to £375,000
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997 Carrera S
£17,750 to £83,995
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997 Turbo
£34,000 to £84,990
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£37,250 to £85,990
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£21,450 to £50,000
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