2017 Porsche 911 - Price, Photos, Reviews & Features

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2017 Porsche 911


City 18 - 20 MPG Hwy 24 - 29 MPG

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Overall Rating:
4.9 (out of 5)
Value 4.3
Exterior 4.9
Interior 4.7
Comfort 4.6
Performance 5
Reliability 5
Best car I've ever owned

by dwhite from San Diego, CA | June 14, 2020

Low mileage. Detailed twice a month; garaged the entire time. This car is fully-loaded; Over $140K MSP. Great color combination. Selling to buy a Taycan.

Very happy with new 911

by ChrisDMD from Palm Beach, FL | April 25, 2020

I am extremely happy with new 911 and it’s new Turbo engine. Drives smooth, very responsive (more with new small turbo) and stylish. Technology improved and car is great.

A base 911 is all the sports car you need

by 911 Fan from Stamford, CT | April 07, 2020

After three years of ownership, this is likely a car I will keep for a very long time. Rock solid reliability, excellent build quality and cool styling are just side benefits. The real benefit is driving this car. Every journey, no matter how long or short is a blast. You will love driving this car, and will hate shutting it off. The base car is plenty fast for most enthusiats and you still can be way over the speed limit very quickly. Daily use, enthusiast driving or even some track is a great use of this car. It carries plenty of luggage and while the ride can be noisy, it is not punishing. Bring money, but it is worth it.

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2017 Porsche 911 Overview

The 2017 Porsche 911 is a high-performance, rear-engine sports car with multiple variants.

For 2017, all 911 models are turbocharged with exception to the naturally-aspirated 911 R and GT3 RS models.

Porsche has also expanded its 911 model line with five new GTS models. The GTS models are available to order now and are scheduled to arrive at dealerships in the United States in April 2017. The MSRP for each model is as follows: