New 2016 Porsche Prices

Select a 2016 Porsche model below and get new prices

(Model years 2018 - 1950 including exotics and classic cars)
The iconic 911 by Porsche is back and just as amazing as it has been every year prior.
The best-selling and iconic Boxster by Porsche is back for 2016, decked out with options.
The Cayenne brings Porsche’s grand vision of a luxury SUV to life with plenty to love and lots of speed.
The epic Porsche Cayman coupe is everything you’d expect it to be from this luxury sports car maker.
Seductively styled with curves in all of the right places aptly describes the gorgeous Porsche Macan crossover SUV, which is equally as decadent with features and amenities.
The Porsche Panamera sedan offers the style, grace and luxury appointments you’d expect, designed to comfortably transport four passengers.

Porsche adds a number of range-topping performance models for 2016. Receiving an engine transplanted from the Porsche 911, the Boxster and Cayman both feature greater performance potential. The all-new 275-horsepower Boxster Spyder and the 285-horsepower Cayman GT4 also feature weight-saving attributes including the absence of a standard stereo system. There will also be a Black Edition version of the 2016 Cayman arriving early in the calendar year. For 2016, there are now seven versions of the Cayenne crossover vehicle to choose from. A base Cayenne provides a more financially-compelling entrance to the line-up while two new high-performance models allow thrill-seeking crossover drivers to experience considerable excitement.


The 2016 Porsche Cayenne GTS is powered by a 3.6-liter twin-turbocharged V-6 engine generating 440 horsepower with a lower ride height than other Cayenne crossovers. A hyper-powered all-wheel drive premium utility, Cayenne Turbo S is the new top-of-the-line performance model producing 570 horsepower from a biturbo V-8 engine. Porsche's famed 911 sports car family adds the GT3 RS designed as a 500-horsepower track-oriented vehicle. For 2017, the Porsche 911 will receive a new-generation redesign. Porsche's 918 Spyder supercar's limited production run concluded in July of 2015.