2021 Porsche 911 Turbo S
It’s difficult to characterize a quarter of a million dollar car as a good value, but given the performance it offers, Porsche’s Turbo S is exactly that. The quickest 911 of all time achieves this end via 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 2.2 seconds as tested by Car and Driver, or a tenth less than the Bugatti Chiron. And of course, as a Porsche, the brakes and handling are next level, with 10 (!!)-piston front brake calipers and 1.10g of lateral acceleration. That the Turbo S is civilized, usable, and 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 1,500 mile California car which was sold new by Porsche of Redwood City in early 2021. It received its annual service in April of 2022. It has over $35,000 of options including chalk paintwork, club leather in agave green with chalk stitching, gloss black rear badge, sport exhaust system with black tips, black brake calipers, front axle lift, aluminum gas cap, glass sunroof, InnoDrive with ACC and ALK, ventilated seats, lane change assist, LED headlights in black, yellow tachometer, Sport Chrono, and seat belts, clear tail lights, night vision assist, Burmester stereo, 911 Turbo S door logos, surround view, and sport design package in gloss black. The car’s original MSRP was $241,090 and it comes with both keys, books, window sticker, and tools.