2017 Porsche 911 GTS Cabriolet

doublespaces

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Oct 18, 2016
6,758
AZ
#1
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Porsche? Check. AWD? Check. Convertible? What the hell, they stuffed everything in here, and its manual.

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Vbp6us

Specialist
Nov 5, 2016
92
San Diego, CA
#5
So sick. Add it to the list of cars I'll never own lol. Porsche doesn't really depreciate like BMW does as I understand it.
 

Aaron

Lieutenant
Nov 3, 2016
506
Colorado
#6
Can they "un-stuff" the AWD and instead stuff the turbo motor in there?
 

doublespaces

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Oct 18, 2016
6,758
AZ
#7
Can they "un-stuff" the AWD and instead stuff the turbo motor in there?
Is there no AWD bell housing for the turbo motor? Or however Porsches do it in the back.
 

Aaron

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Nov 3, 2016
506
Colorado
#8
The point was I want a 911 turbo, with RWD, 6 gears, and a clutch pedal.
 
Feb 15, 2017
255
Baltimore
#10
You know I read a stat somewhere (maybe here) about typical sales margins on European cars... Most (BMW/MB) were in the $5-6k profit range were as Porsche came in @ $17k profit per car... I'd like to own one someday, but I'll be a 2nd owner for sure. I'll let the 1st guy take that bath... o_O

OR just buy an older one & LS swap it. #merica
 

Aaron

Lieutenant
Nov 3, 2016
506
Colorado
#11
camberadam said:
OR just buy an older one & LS swap it. #merica
The best automotive engine ever designed. Can't say I blame anyone who swaps one into anything.
 

doublespaces

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Oct 18, 2016
6,758
AZ
#12
You know I read a stat somewhere (maybe here) about typical sales margins on European cars... Most (BMW/MB) were in the $5-6k profit range were as Porsche came in @ $17k profit per car... I'd like to own one someday, but I'll be a 2nd owner for sure. I'll let the 1st guy take that bath... o_O

OR just buy an older one & LS swap it. #merica
They are busy spending that money on Ultimate Driving Machine adverts and burble research, that's why.
 

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