Lawrence Romanosky

Ordering A Porsche 911 p. 2: Allocations and Production

by Lawrence Romanosky on February 26, 2014

Porsche Factory 911

Faced with all the Porsche 911 variants, the myriad of colours, multiple trim levels and hundreds of options, it isn’t surprising that many prospective owners are slightly uneasy placing their order.  Of course one could make it easy on themselves by walking into the dealer and purchasing a car on the showroom floor, and this certainly makes car dealers happy, but for many the Porsche 911 is a reward that they have waiting a long time for and they want to make the most of the process and take extra pride in the vehicle that they helped create.  Understanding the manufacturer production schedules and dealer allocation can help to save a frustrating wait for your Factory-Order Porsche.

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Ordering A Porsche 911 p. 1: Which Is Best For You?

by Lawrence Romanosky on February 26, 2014

Porsche 911 Variants

No other Automobile manufacture does variants like Porsche. There have probably been 200 different 911’s over the years, saturating the spectrum between dedicated Competition Cars and luxurious Grand Touring Sports Cars. While you probably wouldn’t say there is a Porsche 911 for everybody, it is quite true that there are a wide variety of 911 variants to suit many types of drivers.

Currently, we can break down the models by:

  1. Engines: 350hp 3.4L, 400hp 3.8L, 520hp 3.8L Turbo and 560hp 3.8L Turbo S

  2. Powertrains: AWD or RWD

  3. Body Styles:  Coupe, Cabriolet and Targa

  4. Special Models: GT3, 50th Anniversary

  5. Price: From approximately $100,000 to over $250,000 [click to continue…]

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