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This car ('09 Carrera S 911) is fantastic in every way. Performance, looks, heritage. People may say the same about many cars but this is a true sports car. A 911 is not only a joy, but in many ways, a privilege to own. It brings a giddy smile to my face each time I get in to the drivers seat. To be sure, exotics may beat it at its own game and top end muscle cars may outrun it on the straights but a 911 sits perched high in the pantheon of all time sports cars. M3's and other sports sedans are wonderful cars (though environmentally insensitive) but a 911 has only one purpose in life, unadulterated spirited driving. Don't let the Porsche for all occasion ads fool you! I suggest a lightly used 997 or go for the new 991 if you've got the cash. Mine is 2009 997 series. Bought it with 7k miles, now has almost 20k. Too early to know if it will have problems but so far, so good. Consumer Reports rated it well for reliability a couple of years back but now doesn't. Remember that their rating system is based on consumer poles and probably is not as reliable as their testing. Many of the classic 911 (1998 and earlier) are more affordable and make great investments though there are several that are collectors items and fetch higher prices than a new one would. Obviously, there won't be a porsche warranty on these cars and buying newer has that advantage. It let me buy online with confidence. Either way, most don't use these vehicles as their daily driver but if you don't mind the wear and tear, there's no reason why you can't. An AWD model with snow tires does just fine in snow too. I would skip the Navigation and cooling seats as these items don't work that well but splurge on an all leather interior and high end sound system. Like I said, unless you've got the cash for an exotic like a Ferrari (I'm told they're not great for more general driving), there's not much that can touch a 911 for pure performance. Though few will put green attributes front and center when considering such a car, I get 27mpg in mostly highway driving with a reasonable dose of spirited driving thrown in. You can't touch that with most other sports cars except a Boxter/Cayman. The mid engine design of that car and it's affordability make it serious competition and a logical choice though emotion shouts 911 baby!Read more reviews at Cars.com
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