The 2010 Porsche 911 Carrera is, simply put, one of the finest automobiles on the planet. It is available as either a cabriolet or coupe and with either a C2 (rear wheel drive) or C4 (all wheel drive) configuration. Carrera C2 and C4 models are equipped with a beefy 3.6L 345-horse direct-injected flat H6 engine. The C2 and C4 S variants are fitted with a gutsier 3.8L 385-horse direct-injected flat 6. And then there's the AWD Turbo variety of coupes and cabriolets that rips pavement away with a twin-turbo 3.8L flat-6 engine that generates a massive 500 ponies at 6000 rpm. Available transmissions include the standard 6-speed manual or the PDK (Porsche Doppel Kupplungsgetreibe), a 7-speed dual cluth gearbox that optimizes performance. EPA estimations for fuel economy on base C2 models are reported at 18/25 mpg city/highway.
You can also choose between the glass-paneled 2010 911 Targa and the high-powered 435 horsepower GT3. With all of these options, there's quite a price range associated with the 2010 911 Porsche; almost $70,000 in fact. Manufacturer's suggested retail pricing ranges from $77,800 up to $143,800. It's a good thing getting a loan is fairly simplistic these days. New for 2010, the X51 Power Kit Pachage is again available for all S models. The Turbo has undergone a minor face-lift surgery. The GT3 ends its 1-year hiatus, coming back with more style and power than ever before.
Trim dependent, curb weights for the 2010 911 Carrera Porsches range from 3075 up to 3627 pounds. Exterior measurements are reported at 176.3 x 72.9 x 51.2 inches (l, w, h) with a wheelbase of 92.5 inches. This is one of the world's most famous sportscars, but you'll be surprised with the amount of interior spaciousness. If you can overlook the fact that your limited to 38 inches of headroom in the front (and only 32 in the rear), then you'll be quite happy with the rest. 52 inches of shoulder room, 53 inches of hip room and a very respectable 41.6 inches off of legroom are presented for frontal passengers. Needless to say, although standard seating is reported for four, it's far better suited for two people in the front, a cooler and maybe even a dog in the back.
The Porsche 911 is a longstanding world standard in automotive excellence. Porsche combines the excitement of driving with enhanced comfort levels that generously accommodate daily traveling. The Turbo 911 is thought by many experts to be far better suited for daily driving than are either the Chevrolet Corvette or even the Ferrari F430. It is a supercar that integrates perfectly into the busy lifestyles of today's high-performing Americans.
As you would expect, the 2010 Porsche 911 is very well received from auto enthusiasts and experts around the planet. Whatever your particular dreams of the perfect sports car entail, the Porsche 911 Carrera can be customized to turn them into realities.To put it simply, if you're not thoroughly impressed with the new Porsche 911, you're either spoiled, work for the competition, or are just too picky.