2015 Porsche 911 Values

Select a 2015 Porsche 911 trim level

2015 model year changes

Porsche redesigned its venerable 911 in 2012, evolving the car from the "997" generation to the "991" generation, beginning with the rear-wheel-drive Carrera and Carrera S models in both coupe and convertible form. They soon updated the all-wheel-drive Carrera 4 and Carrera 4S, along with the Turbo, Turbo S, Turbo Cabriolet and GT3. For 2015, Porsche has reinvented the Targa, available in all-wheel-drive 4 and 4S guises. Porsche states that the roof can be opened and closed automatically in just 20 seconds.

Competitive comparison

Iconic design with a fresh spin; exceptional agility; top-level engine performance; available all-wheel drive; open-roof options; surprising fuel efficiency

Special features for 2015

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.

911 GT3

2 Door Coupe
For five decades and running, the Porsche 911 has been heralded as one of the leaders in the luxury sports car demographic. Known for its top speeds and smooth handling with precision braking, the 2014 Porsche 911 delivers on all expectations. The base model comes with 19” alloy wheels that feature summer touring tires, bi-xenon headlamps, all power accessories, two-zone climate control that’s automated, powered front seats, 7” touchscreen command console with GPS and Bluetooth connectivity, leather interior with signature Porsche 911 trim, and a nine-speaker surround sound audio system. Upgrade to a more luxurious trim and get desirable amenities like larger wheels (20”), adaptive suspension dampers (PASM) or a torque-vectoring rear differential slip, Targa body styling with powered roof panel and wind blocker, and a number of other creature comforts. An impressive and horizontal 3.4-liter six-cylinder engine churns out 350 horsepower at 287 pound-feet of torque, and can be upgraded to several other engine types, including a turbocharged version, based upon the trim or sub-trim that you select. Porsche backs their vehicles with a 48-month/50,000-mile warranty that can be upgraded to a longer term.