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  • Mileage: 12,390
  • Transmission: PDK
  • Fuel Type: Petrol
  • Engine Size: 3800
  • Interior Colour: Black/Blue
  • Exterior Colour: Ice Blue Metallic
  • Body Style: Coupe
  • Seats: 4
  • Service: Porsche FSH
  • Reg date: 2010/12

Optional extras

  • Porsche Vehicle Tracking System
  • ParkAssist (parking aid rear)
  • Telephone module
  • Universal audi interface - iPod connection
  • Heated seats
  • Floor mats with coloured logo
  • Lid of storage bin with logo
  • Leather rear centre console
  • LED door-pocket lighting
  • Porsche crests embossed on head restraints
  • Two tone leather
  • Carbon ceramic brakes
  • Sport chrono package
  • RS Spyder style alloy wheels
  • Auto dimming mirrors
  • Rain sensing wipers


Top Gear says:


No, the turbo six doesn't scream like a Ferrari V8, but has a unique soundtrack all of its own: a bassy, phasing hum at idle, like something from a Seventies sci-fi series, morphing into a barrage of cannon-fire exhaust as you thump up through the gears. Such is the flat-six's flexibility that on any A- or B-road you never need change out of third, a wrecking ball of a gear that carries you from walking pace into triple figures incurring only minor blindness along the way. Not that changing gear is a chore: now Porsche has ditched the daft push-me-pull-you buttons from its double-clutch gearbox - replacing them with conventional right-for-up-left-for-down paddles - this 7spd PDK is just about the best in the business, capable of smooth anonymity or punchy, instant changes, depending on your mien. In the naturally aspirated, rear-drive 911 GT3, we might bemoan the lack of a manual gearbox, but PDK is a perfect fit for the Turbo S's ‘keep it pointing in the right direction, and we'll sort out the rest' philosophy.


If you’re worried about running costs, you really shouldn’t be considering a £140,000 Porsche. How about a nice Kia Sedona instead?



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