Used 2016 Porsche 911 Prices
The 911 by Porsche comes as a coupe or a convertible, offering seating for two and a stacked base model. Standard equipment includes: 19” alloy wheels, performance tires, automated bi-xenon headlamps, parking sensors (rear), heated and powered side mirrors, two-zone climate control, powered front seating, tilt and telescope steering wheel, 7” touchscreen, GPS, Bluetooth/iPod/USB integration and nine-speaker audio system. Upgrades can add larger wheels, a larger touchscreen, torque-vectoring rear differential, adaptive suspension dampers, sport-tuning, twin exhaust, tinted head and tail lamps, aluminum interior accents, all-wheel-drive, fixed rear wing, 12-speaker Bose audio system, and much more. Driving the 911 is an upgradable 3.4-liter horizontally flat-six engine that turns over 350 horsepower and 287 pound-feet of torque.Read more Read less
Porsche has once again added a new 911 variant in 2016: The GT3 RS. Slotting above the standard GT3, the RS costs about $50,000 more than the standard version but adds a large helping of track ready performance to the equation. Porsche have further tweaked the engine sitting in the back of the GT3 for an additional 25 hp, bringing the total up to an even 500 for the RS. More aggressive aerodynamics are immediately obvious after taking one look at the massive rear wing and louvered front fenders, but less obvious are the weight savings. The front fenders and the trunk lid are now made from carbon-fiber, while the roof is actually made from magnesium. The result is an even faster, even more focused track car than ever.
Iconic design with a fresh spin; exceptional agility; top-level engine performance; available all-wheel drive; open-roof options; surprising fuel efficiency
In the world of high-end sports cars, the 911 is arguably the most iconic model in history. Though the design has continued to change over the last 50 years, the fundamentals are still in place: rear-mounted flat-6 engine and a precision chassis developed with handling in mind. Together, the components add up to a sports car that's hard to beat both in terms of aesthetics and performance. The 911's a capable competitor to other sport coupes such as the Aston Martin V8 Vantage, Audi R8, BMW M3 and Nissan GT-R.