Porsche 911 For Sale at Mississauga Auto Centre
If you are looking for a used Porsche 911 in Mississauga, Brampton and surrounding area, the Mississauga Auto Centre sales team will be able to satisfy your needs. Mississauga Auto Centre always has a great selection of pre-owned Porsche 911 in stock and add to the vehicle inventory daily.
At Mississauga Auto Centre we proudly sell and service used Porsche 911 to customers from Mississauga, Brampton, Burlington, Oakville, Vaughan, Toronto, Etobicoke, Milton, Port Credit and the GTA.
The 2012 Porsche 911 remains the iconic symbol of a sports car.
The 911 is available as either a coupe or a cabriolet, in either a rear-wheel drive (Carrera) or an all-wheel drive (Carrera 4) configuration, as well as a Turbo all-wheel drive model. The 911 Carrera and Carrera 4 are powered by a 345-hp direct-injection 3.6-liter flat six-cylinder, and the Carrera S and Carrera 4S's are powered by a 385-hp direct-injection 3.8-liter flat six-cylinder engine. The Turbo is a 500-hp version of the 3.8-liter (530-hp in the Turbo S). Transmission choices are a six-speed manual or seven-speed dual-clutch known as PDK.
The track-derived GT3 is powered by a 435-hp 3.8-liter flat six-cylinder engine and comes exclusively as a rear-wheel drive coupe with a six-speed manual transmission. For 2012, a Carrera GTS has been added to the line-up to bridge the gap between the Carerra and the Turbo, it sports a 408-hp version of the 3.8-liter engine, and is available in rear- or all-wheel drive. Also, a limited edition of the rear-wheel drive Carerra called Black Edition has been introduced. Late in the 2012 model year, an all new 911 will be introduced, the 991-generation will be launched as a RWD coupe and convertible first, with more variations to come in the following model year. Source: Chrome Data.
2011 Porsche 911 Review:
You can find sports cars with more sex appeal and you can certainly find sports cars that are more brutish. You will not find a sports car with better overall balance than the Porsche 911, however, and you will not find a true high-performance machine that is easier to live with as daily transportation. So, which one? The Carrera is a terrific sports car and we'd be overjoyed to drive one every day. The Carrera S adds a little more oomph enthusiasts will appreciate. A Carrera 4 with the PDK is safe and comfortable no matter the weather or the ugliness of the traffic; it's a great sports car for the daily commuter, perfect for someone who has always wanted a Porsche. The Targa is an interesting design, but the mesh doesn't keep the sun out enough. The Cabriolets aren't as pretty to our eyes as the coupes, until we drive them, that is, then they're pretty sweet from the driver's seat. The Turbo offers the ultimate in performance yet is easy to drive and docile in traffic; it's our choice when money is no object. The GT3 is for the true enthusiast and our top pick for a dual-purpose weekend warrior. NewCarTestDrive.com correspondent J.P. Vettraino filed this report from Detroit, with Mitch McCullough reporting from Los Angeles, Park City, Utah, and Birmingham, Alabama, and Kirk Bell reporting from Chicago and Salt Lake City. Source: Chrome Data.