2017 Porsche 911 Turbo S
It’s difficult to characterize a $200,000 car as a good value, but given the performance it offers, Porsche’s Turbo S is exactly that. When the 991.2 generation of the Turbo S was introduced, it was the quickest 911 of all time, achieving this thanks to its massive power, but equally importantly, its ultra quick dual clutch transmission and all wheel drive system. The result is a car that accelerates to 60 miles per hour in 2.5 seconds, the same as the Bugatti Veyron. And of course, as a Porsche, the brakes and handling are next level, with 10 (!!)-piston front brake calipers and 1.04g of lateral acceleration. That the Turbo S is civilized, usable, seats four, and is relatively discreet adds further to its unique value proposition as a virtually unmatched combination of face-melting performance and genuine practicality.
This particular car is a one-owner Turbo S which has spent its entire life in Northern California. Dealer maintained, it has been upgraded with forged, polished BBS wheels, and comes with the OEM Porsche wheels as well. The car has about $20,000 in options, including aerokit, Burmester stereo, heated and ventilated seats, LED headlights with PDLS and black surrounds, sunroof, Porsche entry and drive, carbon fiber illuminated door sills, lane change assist, smoking package, heated multifunction steering wheel, Porsche crests on the headrests, light design package, power steering plus, color coded headlight washers, and carbon floor mats with leather edging. The total MSRP was $208,275. The car comes with window sticker, books, tools, and the original wheels.