Is Porsche 911 Carrera reliable?
The 911 comes with a three-year, unlimited mileage warranty and three years’ European breakdown cover. Unfortunately, the 911 was found to be one of the least reliable sports cars in the 2020 What Car?
How fast is a 2003 Porsche 911 Carrera?
Porsche claims a 0-to-62-mph acceleration time of about 4 seconds and a top track speed of 195 mph.
What year Porsche 911 is the most reliable?
Anything from 1984 onwards is your best buy for reliability. The pick of those is the 87-89 models because they had a better gearbox.
What is the difference between a Carrera and a 911?
The 911 Carrera is the base model of the 911 family. The name Carrera is a reference to the legendary Carrera Panamericana race in Mexico. In comparison to the base model, the 911 Carrera S has a more powerful engine and additional features, such as optional rear-axle steering.
Is there a 2003 Porsche 911 for sale?
None for sale nearby. Instead: Forget your prejudices about Porsches and German engineering.
Is the Porsche 911 a true sports car?
The performance and handling of the Porsche 911 border on telepathic! It deleivers on the promise of exception performance, comfort nad reliability. This is a true driver’s car; not Spartan but neither is it burdened with clutter and unecessay bells and wistles. What is most remarkable is that such a capable sports car can be so civilized!
How many miles does a Porsche 911 drive?
1st owner drove an estimated 4,789 miles/year • 2nd owner drove an estimated 445 miles/year • 3rd owner drove an estimated 0 miles/year.
Are there any recalls on the Porsche 996?
With the 996 and the Boxster (water cooled Porsches for over a decade until 2009) Porsche built and sold a car it knew had a self-destructive intermediate shaft bearing that could easily and without visible warning destroy the engine on any car, and has not issued a recall to correct the design defect. It has also not recalled