2011 Porsche 911 Values

Select a 2011 Porsche 911 trim level

2011 model year changes

At the 2010 L.A. Auto Show, Porsche announced two new 911 models for 2011, the top-down Speedster and the Carrera GTS coupe and cabriolet. The Speedster is a limited-edition model, with only 356 units to be built, while the GTS occupies the middle ground between the more basic Carrera S and the GT3 super-performance car.

Competitive comparison

A variety of 911 to make every sports car enthusiast happy; iconic design; intense performance

Special features for 2011

Buying a Porsche 911 is buying a piece of sports car history. The model has been in production since 1966, and it's kept its true rear-engine design the entire time -- one of the few models to do so. At the base level, the 911 delivers 180-mph speeds for well under six figures while returning 25 mph combined mpg. But for those with deep pockets and enviable driving skills, the quarter-million-dollar 911 GT2 RS will take you over 200 mph. This kind of performance is hard to find at any price. However, Porsche offers an entry-level 911 model starting under $78,000, opening the door to a lot more people to Porsche design and performance.


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