2011 Porsche 911
    MSRP
    $146,800
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    2011 Porsche 911 Review Summaries

    What reviewers liked most about the Porsche 911

    • When the sport button is pressed, the stiffening of the standard active suspension is noticeable, unlike in many other vehicles. It feels as though the tires are being forced down the road, not that the car is being forced up in response to heaves and cracks. And the classic 911 shape - updated with LED lighting and revised front and rear styling - is still great to look at.

      - Car and Driver
    • Yes, the engine still sounds funny at low revs and the interior isn't perfect...but it delivers one of the purest driving experiences in the world.

      - Road & Track

    What reviewers liked least about the Porsche 911

    • Direct injection has introduced an unsexy clatter to the idle and robbed some of the old flat-six noise, but let's be clear that this is still a great engine.

      - CAR

    Best one-liner about the Porsche 911

    • Stick with the 3.6 and add the new PDK dual-clutch gearbox and you've got a practical sub-supercar that'll do 180 mph or 30 mpg depending on your mood.

      - CAR
    • ...when driven properly, the 911 can do magical things...

      - Road & Track

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    See what reviewers from Car and Driver, Edmunds, Autoweek and other leading automotive publications liked most and least about the 2011 Porsche 911 Turbo 2dr AWD Cabriolet.
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