Porsche 911 | S 2dr PDK


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Contract Length

24 Months



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£199.99 ex VAT

Key Information

Sat Nav
Sat Nav
Front/Rear Sensors
Front Heated Seats
Front Heated Seats
Climate Control
Climate Control
Cruise Control
Cruise Control
Remote Central Locking
Remote Central Locking

Standard Options

  • Green tinted heat insulating glass
  • Heated rear windscreen
  • Power windows with one touch operation and door seal protection
  • Windscreen washer system with aero wiper blades and washer jets
  • Windscreen with grey top tint
  • Brake discs with 350mm diameter at front and 350mm at rear, internally vented and cross-drilled
  • Electric parking brake
  • Electromechanical power brake
  • ESP
  • PTM (Porsche Traction Management) and All-wheel drive with map-controlled multi-plate clutch
  • Red brake calipers
  • Six piston front and four piston rear in closed type aluminium monobloc
  • Floor mats
  • Front anti roll bar
  • McPherson strut front suspension
  • Multi-link suspension with anti-roll bar at rear
  • Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM)
  • Porsche Stability Management (PSM), ABS with extended brake functions
  • Cruise control and speed limiter
  • Electromechanical power-assisted steering with variable steering ratio and steering pulse generator
  • Front and rear park assist
  • Porsche WET Mode
  • Stationary management with HOLD function
  • Warn and Brake Assist
  • Automatic start/stop system
  • 10.9 inch centre display
  • Connect Plus, Apple CarPlay, telephone module, wireless internet access, carfinder, remote vehicle status, remote service, vehicle track
  • Digital display for selected gear in rev counter
  • Instrument cluster with central analogue rev counter and two 7-inch TFT displays
  • Porsche communication management (PCM) including online navigation module
  • Service indicator
  • Trip computer
  • Electrically adjustable heated exterior mirrors on door waist rails, aspherical on driver's side
  • Aluminium block and cylinder heads
  • Direct fuel injection (DFI)
  • Expansion intake manifold
  • Four valve per cylinder
  • Gasoline particulate filter
  • Integrated dry-sump lubrication with an on-demand oil pump
  • Twin turbocharger intercooled
  • Two three-way catalytic converters and on-board diagnostics for monitoring emission control system
  • VarioCam Plus variable valve timing and lift
  • 9 loudspeakers, 235-watt total output with integral amplifier and digital signal processing
  • Analogue sound system
  • DAB Digital radio
  • "PORSCHE" lettering integrated in taillight strip
  • Automatically operated rear spoiler
  • Black trim strips
  • Body colour bumpers
  • Engine compartment cover grille with vertical slats in silver colour (high-gloss)
  • Four-tract exhaust system with twin dual-tube tailpipes (in stainless steel)
  • Intelligent lightweight body in Aluminium/Steel composite construction
  • Model designation on rear trim with highly polished chrome-plated finish
  • Retractable door handles
  • Side air intakes at front with active cooling flaps and air blades
  • Solid paint
  • Trims on sideskirts in black
  • Automatic headlight activation including welcome home lighting
  • LED auxiliary light units in front apron with position lights, direction indicators and side indicators
  • LED main headlights including daytime running lights with 4-point LED spotlights
  • Taillight strip including integral parking lights and rear driving lights
  • Three dimensional LED taillights and integral third brake light
  • Automatic air recirculate
  • Individual driver/passenger temperature controls
  • Pollen/active carbon filters
  • Two zone automatic climate control
  • 12V socket in front passenger footwell
  • Centre console cupholder
  • Clothes hooks on seat backrests and on B-pillars
  • Inner door sill guards with model designation
  • Leather interior
  • Luggage compartment at front
  • Multifunction steering wheel
  • Passenger cupholder
  • Roof lining and A, B & C-pillar trims in fabric
  • SPORT button to activate dynamic driving settings for engine, transmission (with PDK)
  • Storage compartments in each doors
  • Interior trim package in Diamar Darksilver - 911 (992)
  • Sound package plus - 911 (992)
  • Dual stage Driver/Passenger Airbags
  • Porsche side impact protection doors with thorax airbag in outer backrest side bolster and head airbag for driver/passenger in door panel
  • TPMS (Tyre pressure monitoring system)
  • Heated front seats
  • ISOFIX child seat mounting points on passenger seat
  • Split folding rear seats
  • Sports seats with electric backrest adjustment and manual fore/aft and height adjustment
  • Alarm, interior ultrasonic protection
  • Electronic immobiliser
  • Keyless Go
  • Remote central locking
  • 8 Speed Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK)
  • Porsche Torque Vectoring Plus (PTV Plus) inc electronically regulated rear differential lock and fully variable torque distribution
  • 20" / 21" Carrera S wheels
  • Tyre sealing compound and electric air compressor kit

Technical Options

  • CO2: 206
  • HC: 50E
  • Standard Euro Emissions: EURO 6
  • Bore: 91
  • Catalytic Convertor: True
  • CC: 2981
  • Compression Ratio: 10.0:1
  • Cylinder Layout: FLAT 6
  • Cylinders: 6
  • Engine Layout: REAR MOUNTED
  • Gears: 8 SPEED
  • Number of Valves: 24
  • Stroke: 76
  • Valve gear: DOHC
  • EC: True
  • EC Combined: 31.4
  • EC Extra Urban: 36.2
  • EC Urban: 25.4
  • WLTP - MPG - Extra High: 17.8
  • WLTP - MPG - Extra High - Max: 18.3
  • WLTP - MPG - Extra High - Min: 10.2
  • WLTP - MPG - High: 10.6
  • WLTP - MPG - High - Max: 8.7
  • WLTP - MPG - High - Min: 9.2
  • WLTP - MPG - Low: 9.2
  • WLTP - MPG - Low - Max: 9.9
  • WLTP - MPG - Low - Min: 10.4
  • WLTP - MPG - Medium: 11
  • Any aspect of the vehicles safety cause concern?: Data Not Available
  • Based On ID: N
  • Coin Description: N
  • Coin Series: S
  • NCAP Adult Occupant Protection %: N
  • NCAP Child Occupant Protection %: N
  • NCAP Overall Rating - Effective February 09: 450
  • NCAP Pedestrian Protection %: 3.0
  • NCAP Safety Assist %: M1
  • Service Interval Frequency - Months: N
  • Special Edition: Data Not Available
  • Special Order: Data Not Available
  • Standard manufacturers warranty - Years: 3
  • Timing Belt Interval Frequency - Months: N
  • Timing Belt Interval Mileage: N
  • 0 to 60: Data Not Available
  • 0 to 62: 3.6
  • BHP: 450
  • Engine Power KW: 331
  • Engine Power RPM: 6500
  • Engine Torque LBS.FT: 391
  • Engine Torque MKG: 54.1
  • Engine Torque NM: 530
  • Engine Torque RPM: 2300
  • PS: True
  • Top Speed: 190
  • Height: 1300
  • Height (including roof rails): N
  • Length: 4519
  • Wheelbase: 2450
  • Width (excluding mirrors): 1852
  • Width (including mirrors): N
  • Boot Capacity Saloons: 445
  • Fuel Tank Capacity (Litres): 67
  • Luggage Capacity (Seats Up): N
  • Max. Towing Weight - Braked: N
  • Max. Towing Weight - Unbraked: N
  • Minimum Kerbweight: 1595
  • No. of Seats: 4


Porsche 911 GRIP AND RIP (72/100)

Purists demand that Porsche 911s drive their rear wheels. Jonathan Crouch checks out the latest 4WD models and wonders whether the purists might have this one wrong.

Ten Second Review

It's a staple cliche for car journalists. The best Porsche 911 is an entry-level normally-aspirated Carrera 2. Purity of essence etc. If you can look beyond that hackneyed view, you'll find a hugely attractive model in the latest Carrera 4. Whisper it, but this might be the best 911 Porsche currently builds.


One of the questions you dread as a motoring writer is being asked what's the best car you've driven. It's like being asked what your favourite food is. You probably wouldn't want a lobster thermidor for breakfast for example. I have, however, settled on an answer and it's the latest Porsche 911, now fitted with a more potent, more efficient 3.0-litre bi-turbo engine. It is, by any stretch of the imagination, a brilliant car. Some have accused it of going a bit soft in its dotage, but that's part of this model's appeal. Drive it gently and it rides better than a lot of executive saloons. It feels like a GT car. It feels as if it has indeed sold out and become a GT car. But drive it harder and it responds in kind. It's still a 911. A 911 is, at its best, a rear wheel drive car. Everybody knows that, right? It's like some immutable motoring law. The Porsche purist hankers for a manual Carrera 2 coupe in entry-level trim before graduating to a GT3. Four wheel drive, turbochargers and soft tops are for people who manifestly don't get it. That might have been the case once. In this latest 911? I'm not so sure.

Driving Experience

The Carrera 4 comes in two specific guises, both powered by the brand's latest bi-turbo 3.0-litre engine. This powerplant offers more power than 911 Carrera 4 and Carrera 4S buyers have been used to before. In the former model, the new motor develops 370PS, while in the latter this increases to 420PS. In both cases this in an increase of 20PS over the old engine, with torque increased by 60Nm. Crucially, peak pulling power is now developed from just 1,700rpm, which should make it much easier to tap into the performance. The 0-62mph sprint now takes 4.1 seconds for the Carrera 4 and just 3.8 seconds for the 4S (using the PDK auto gearbox), with top speeds at 178 and 189mph. Those are figures a full fat 911 Turbo model would have been proud of in the not too distant past. Those worried about losing the 911's distinctive noise at high revs are promised a lofty (for a turbo motor) 7,500rpm redline and the 'typical sonorous Porsche flat-six engine sound'. An optional four wheel steering system is available on the Carrera 4S for the first time. As for the 4WD stuff, well in normal driving, 100% of torque goes to the rear wheels. It's only when you overwhelm the rear boots that the front wheels are tasked with traction duties. The system reacts within 100 milliseconds, with an indicator on the dashboard showing where the power is being directed at any given time. If you've spent any time in recent 911 models, you'll know that ride quality is excellent these days, although one option we would certainly tick is the sports exhaust which lends the 911 the sporting personality it so richly deserves.

Design and Build

The ethos of this car is defined by its Porsche Traction Management system, its active all-wheel drive system with electronically controlled multiplate clutch, its automatic brake differential (ABD) and its anti-slip regulation (ASR). Of course what most will actually notice though is the aesthetic stuff, so let's get to that. The all-wheel drive models not only include the numerous visual refinements of the current 911 Carrera generation but also have their own individual distinguishing characteristics. For instance, the light strip between the rear lights now produces an especially distinctive effect thanks to its smarter three-dimensional design. The light strip also underlines the signature look of the all-wheel drive 911, with rear wings that arch further outwards by 44-millimetres, as in previous models. Additional distinguishing features of this improved 911 generation range from the headlights with four-point daytime running lights, via door handles without recess covers, to the redesigned rear lid with vertical louvres and new rear lights - including the characteristic four-point brake lights.

Market and Model

Here's something for those of you who consider an all-wheel drive 911 to be a heresy. Almost two thirds of 911s are sold with 4WD. These days, it seems, the purist market can't keep Porsche afloat. What's more, this latest generation car has evolved in a way that now suits all-wheel drive better. It's offered as a coupe, a Targa model or a sleek Cabriolet. Prices start at just over £81,000 for the coupe, or just over £90,000 for the Cabriolet or Targa models. In each case, there's a premium of around £9,000 if you want the extra power of the 4S models. Standard equipment on all variants comprises leather interior, sports seats, automatic climate control, bi-xenon headlights, 7-inch colour touch-screen Porsche Communication Management with satellite navigation, a universal audio interface offering MP3 connectivity and Porsche Stability Management (PSM). Opt for the Carrera 4S and you'll get 20-inch alloy wheels and Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM). The PDK gearbox will be a more popular choice than the manual amongst Carrera 4 owners and adds just under £2,400 to the car's price.

Cost of Ownership

Thanks to the more efficient turbocharged engines, running costs are now a little more affordable, despite the significant uplift in performance. Consequently, fuel consumption in the 911 Carrera 4 Cabriolet with PDK rises to a combined 36mpg (previously 32.5mpg). The models with the most significant improvements are the 911 Carrera 4S Cabriolet and 911 Targa 4S, each with PDK, in which average consumption rises to a combined 35mpg (previously 30.7mpg). This represents economy improvements of around 10% over the old engine. Even with petrol prices better than they were, that's a significant saving. If the money doesn't interest you, then at least you'll be visiting fewer petrol stations over your ownership period. It should be noted that the difference should you wish to change your own gears is significant. The warranty is a standard three year affair although does include three years of roadside assistance as well. Should you want further peace of mind, extended packages are available.


You only need to look at the Porsche 911's direct rivals to see that all-wheel drive is the preferred engineering solution in this class. Cars like Audi's R8 and Nissan's GT-R are so-equipped and changed the rules when they were introduced. If Porsche is to respond in kind, it needs a vehicle that's not at a significant traction disadvantage as soon as there's a hint of moisture on the road surface. The latest Carrera 4 models might just have become the 911s to have. There are precious few disadvantages to them and a whole lot of customer benefits. If you're never going to take your Porsche on track, we'd unhesitatingly recommend the Carrera 4. The purists will still prefer rear-wheel drive, and good luck to them. The Porsche 911 has changed and, personally speaking, if we wanted that more raw, rear wheel drive feel, I'd buy a Cayman S. In other words, the 911 has matured into four-wheel drive guise almost organically. They call it progress.

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