2015Porsche911

Porsche 911

UPDATE: An earlier version of this story referenced the 911's six-speed manual transmission, but of course, Porsche uses a seven-speed manual in this car. The text has been changed to reflect this. There are no fewer than 19 different models in today's Porsche 911 series. While each appeals to…

- Reviewed by Michael Harley

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2015 Porsche 911
MSRP: $84,300 - $194,600
2014 Porsche 911
MSRP: $84,300 - $193,900
2013 Porsche 911
MSRP: $84,300 - $172,100
2012 Porsche 911
MSRP: $79,000 - $172,100
2011 Porsche 911
MSRP: $77,800 - $245,000
Porsche says turbo'd 911 engines will still be revvy

According to Porsche, the upcoming line of turbocharged 911s won't be missing in the current car's revvy character or iconic exhaust note.
What's driving the spike in air-cooled Porsche 911 prices

Speed Academy runs a piece looking at what's driving the skyrocketing prices of air-cooled Porsche 911s. One theory is that Joe-the-Plumber owners are valuing their own high-mileage daily drivers according to the bubble-like prices being asked for pristine, low-mileage examples.
Magnus Walker drives 911 Turbos old and new

Porsche expert Magnus Walker just got his tattooed hands on an original 1975 Porsche 930 Turbo, and juxtaposes it against its 911 descendant 40 years later in this latest video from eGarage.
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2013 Porsche 911
$81,998 / 19,641 miles / VA
2002 Porsche 911
$27,979 / 58,800 miles / MD
2007 Porsche 911
/ 37,157 miles / MD
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"The purists might question their own judgment when they realize the double-clutch is just a wee bit faster, and just as much fun to operate when you turn to the steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters, which pair especially well with the optional sport wheel.