2014 Porsche Panamera Values

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The exterior of the 2014 Panamera gets some mild refreshing. Porsche adds a plug-in hybrid version of the Panamera with a new higher-capacity battery and stronger electric motor than the ones that came in last year's Hybrid. It also gets longer versions of the Turbo S model, called "Executive." The Platinum trims don't return. The S trims now get a twin-turbo 3.0L V6 that makes 420 horsepower. It replaces the 3.6L V6 from last year.

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Unmistakable styling, Porsche-standard performance and luxury, seating for four in well-appointed interior; hybrid powertrain available

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The Panamera's front engine design may depart with traditional Porsche design, but its elongated shape provides comfortable seating for everyone--even for passengers over 6 feet tall. It features up to 45 cubic feet of cargo space with the rear seats folded. And, it wouldn't be a Porsche if it didn't out-handle and out-accelerate almost everything else on the road. Two hybrid models bring performance and green credibility, while the Turbo S could be the most powerful station wagon available. The base trim starts at around $78,000, but there is no other car available that looks, handles, or hauls like a Panamera.


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