1991 Porsche 911 Top Comparisons

Users ranked 1991 Porsche 911 against other cars which they drove/owned. Each ranking was based on 9 categories. Here is the summary of top rankings.

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1991 Porsche 911 TurboReview
archebus writes:
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Dream Car — For what this car was designed for there is absolutely nothing to dislike. It's built for speed and durability. It has both in abundance. Very fun car to drive and very safe. Also, low profile. Hard for cops to spot on the road. I had no tickets the first five years I owned it and believe me, there were plenty of opportunities. Maintenance was predictable. Hard driving, like autocross, is hard on the discs but other than that the car had no serious problems until I had to rebuild the Turbo at 97,000 miles.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: This car can do 190 mph plus.  I can attest to that.  Stops very fast.  Handling is like no other.  Sticks like glue.  Turbo kick is awe-inspiring.  Race it on the weekend and drive it to work on Monday  .AT 24 years of age it still turns heads like a new model.  Not too many on the road.  

Cons: You can get up to 17 MPG but the best I can do, with my lead foot, is about 12 MPG.

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1991 Porsche 911 Carrera ConvertibleReview
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Great For Summer Drives And Pca Social Events — Not much to dislike, the car was easy to maintain. Drives great and was a blast on twisty roads.. Some wind issues if your planning a long drive at freeway speeds. Tthe 964 is under valued If you look at the build quality (one of the last 160 hour hand assembled air cooled Porsches),

Pros: A great 3 season car.  Being in the NE you either protect it from the elements and keep it pristine or use it seasonly.

Cons: This 964 was too nice to take to public parking lots without some forethought and was never driven in the rain.  It was a unoffical "show car" so it really saw limited use.  That made it a less useful vehicle Vs a daily driver.

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1991 Porsche 911 CarreraReview
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Ti Has Become A Family Member. My Kids Love The Car But Not Very Practical For A Family. — I enjoyed the power and the handling of the car. It is nice to get out and take a drive and open the sunroof and just let the day melt away. I have ejoyed the tiptronic better than i thought for traffic and redlights. It is much easier than the maunual.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: Fun to drive.  It wraps around you when driving.  Handles wonderfully and enjoys curves and mountain climbs.  Has been a wonderful car.

Cons: Not very roomy taking children to school.  I have used as a weekend driver.

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1991 Porsche 911 CarreraReview
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A Practicle Daily Sports Car — Very cheap to run, very reliable with enough performance for a daily runner. Interior is a bit dated but oodles of character. Use it as a 2 seater & you'll have enough luggage space. Put your friends in the backseat and they won't your friends for long...

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Enough performance for me

Cons: airconditioning not very good

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1991 Porsche 911 Carrera ConvertibleReview
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Outstanding — Loved everything about the car. It was in museum condition so I couldn't use it for daily use. The performance was adequate but because it had a tiptronic transmission, I didn't enjoy driving it hard. Definitely a fun car and would highly recommend it.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: Solid feel, surefooted handling.

Cons: Avoid the early tiptronic transmissions.  No fun.

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2020 Porsche 911 Reviews

Review By GuruFD8PG

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It is a perfect car on all respects . Fun to drive. I look for excuses. And comfortable. Read More

2019 Porsche 911 Reviews

Review By Guru94MH4K

Absolutely loved it! Great value, almost a brand new car. It’s unlike anything I’ve ever driven before. Read More

Review By Stevespor

A drivers car with performance, handling, amenities and high brand recognition. Read More

2018 Porsche 911 Reviews

Review By Gary

Love it, it was the exact car I was looking for. Read More

Review By Guru25D82

Nice features for a hi performance car. Though I wish it had push/start button instead of a key turn. Id compare this to 911 turbo., its sister model which is a bit xlower with fewer horses though $30... Read More

2017 Porsche 911 Reviews

Review By GuruGF5DY

It was fantastic but I’m focusing on another one At this time Read More

Review By Sherman

It handled the road as expected. Truly a remarkable motor vehicle! Read More

2016 Porsche 911 Reviews

Review By iiudm

the beauty of Porsche it is being a Porsche, driving it hearing it enjoying every bit of engineering their team did for their cars. you dont need a special signature on an engine to tell you who did ... Read More

Review By Untethered-Billions

Classic Porsche design as with all these vehicles and without exception if you had an issue prior to getting into this car, you can bet your bottom dollar, you won’t recall it after your drive in the... Read More

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