2010 Porsche 911 Top Comparisons

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2010 Porsche 911Review
iconiccarrera writes:
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When you see a 911 there is an instantaneous recognition of 60 years of wins on the track, features on the big and small screen, a certain amount of swag, and a thread back to the days of simple driving for the pure joy of driving. The Carrera is so many things, it is not economical, it is NOT practical, it is not inexpensive, it is not rational. But, I have never been more in love with a material thing , more in love with a car, as I am with my Porsche Carrera. It is the best car that I have ever owned, and I hope that you the reader own one for yourself, and you will then know why feel the way I do. I have owned many cars, I am more than half way through this short life , and there is no car that I would rather own than the Porsche Carrera, the icon. There is no substitute.

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Guru5QZPG writes:
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Thats a great year, and model. Porsches are the best!

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GuruV1YTR writes:
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2009 and newer have the PDK transmission option... and better fuel injection.

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JBru3 writes:
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Car is beautiful, handles great and definitely a good value.

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2010 Porsche 911 Carrera S Cabriolet RWDReview
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Excellent — a great car. Lots of fun. lots of power. excellent to drive in any weather but especially fun with the top down. PDK transmission is excellent and really convenient for city driving. Heated and air conditioned seats are also a plus.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Great performer, excellent condition

Cons: Nothing really except space for family and luggage

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2010 Porsche 911 Carrera Cabriolet RWDReview
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Best All Around Sports Car On The Market — I've owned several different brands of high-powered sports cars and keep coming back to Porsche. I've owned three, all cabriolets, and all with manual transmissions. I don't drive my 2010 every day, but when I need to really DRIVE somewhere--and the roads are interesting--I click the garage door opener and naturally gravitate to the 911. It's pure joy. In my view, the 2009-2012 911 (997 Generation 2) has the best combination of shift feel, clutch take-up, steering feedback, "right there" brakes, handling dynamics, engine note, seating position and ergonomics of any road car. You literally become "one with the car" (and I'm not being ironic, hyperbolic or intentionally naff). Take one for a test drive and you'll immediately see why people keep buying Porsches over the more sexily designed, yet somehow more brittle and less rewarding competition. If you don't own one and have wondered why Porsche drivers often wear a goofy grin and/or a smug expression, it's not because we're self-satisfied egotists or poseurs... we're just having a blast (thank you very much!).

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

Pros: Most tenacious and visceral handling of any vehicle I have owned.  Truly brilliant to drive in every respect... as long as there's no snow or ice on the ground!

Cons: None really; perhaps a tad more low-end torque...?

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2010 Porsche 911 GT3 Coupe RWDReview
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Simply Amazing — The Porsche GT 3 is as close to the perfict driving machine as one could imagine. Mine is extremely well optioned, has been trouble free, and looks great, sounds great, and most of all, is a kick to drive. No complaints and all praise.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Quite simply, the best car I have ever owned...and I have owned a bunch of them from Ferrari to Aston Martin and so forth ..this is an extradordinary automobile by any measure

Cons: I hate to sell it! I have no complaints.

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2010 Porsche 911 GT3 RS Coupe RWDReview
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911 Gt3 Rs — More power, higher performance, faster lap times. Top track speed 193 mph. 0-60; 3.8 seconds. Powered by a 3.8-liter flat-six displacement and VarioCam timing. 450 hp at 7,900 rpm. Max torque at 317lb.-ft at 6,750 rpm. Max revs at 8,500 rpm. It has absolutely no problems with it because My Love knows his Porsches. ;) It's good to race all day everyday.

Pros: It's green!

Cons: Nothing!

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2010 Porsche 911 GT3 RS Coupe RWDReview
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The Sport Car Of Life — Is has every thing you want from music to speed. The performance is amazing it has alot of power so it accelerates very fast and the HANDLING is what you expect and more from any sports car youve ever dreamed about.

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

Pros: The appearence

Cons: the speed limets on the road

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2010 Porsche 911 GT3 RS Coupe RWDReview
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A Very Fun Car — I Love the Porsche 911 gt3, it is ultimate in luxury and speed. The turning and handling is a little stiff so watch out. The Porsche gt3 goes 0-60 in about 3.6-3.8 sec, and a top speed of about 200 makes it a very fun car.

Pros: ultimate in luxury and speed

Cons: stiff steering

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