2013 porsche 911s review




2013 porsche 911s review

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    2013 porsche 911s review

    2013 porsche 911s review

    A pricey option, but if you plan on tracking a lot with your , I highly recommend them. It might not have impressed me as much as it did if the Boxster's screen were less obstructive. The main difference is the area behind the cabin, which isn't a continuous storage hatch as it is in the coupe. The detailing is handsome and elegant but avoids the sort of gold-chain bling you expect from Ferrari and Lamborghini.

    2013 porsche 911s review

    2013 porsche 911s review

    2013 porsche 911s review

    2013 porsche 911s review

    2013 porsche 911s review

    How Porsches are for jerks trying to compensate for something. The deal is this: The car is just a terrific drive. No two ways about it. That steering I just mentioned: I personally love the PDK gearbox, but find I like it best in sport mode.

    As for handling, I was just impressed all weekend with how soon I could jump on the throttle coming out of a corner. What continues to surprise me so much about the latest generation is how well it behaves on road for daily drives. I have to give major props to the Burmester audio system. On the street, I have complained about the electric-power-steering system for lacking the feedback and feel of the previous hydraulic system, but on track it felt fine.

    2013 porsche 911s review

    I was getting all the info I needed and knew what the front tires were doing to easily make corrections. The car was so hooked up for about nine or 10 laps where I was getting to the throttle early and the car was doing everything I asked it immediately. It was quite an experience that increased my admiration for the However, the tires do fall off fast with too much heat and get greasy, making the car a handful. The boxer six-cylinder is magnificent with linear power delivery all the way up to redline and the sport-exhaust system sounded downright mean.

    Upshifts are quick and downshifts are respectable, too. They were there the entire day delivering strong stopping muscle and let me confidently go deeper into braking zones with firm pedal feel. A pricey option, but if you plan on tracking a lot with your , I highly recommend them. Now I just need to find a reason for some track time a manual-equipped Carrera S. Car news, reviews, motorsports, auto shows and stunning photography delivered right to your mailbox.

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