3/4 Front Glamour 2014 Porsche 911

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What you must know before buying the Porsche 911
Kimberly Smith, Automotive Editor -
  • Currently selling at MSRP
  • Rebates and incentives are rare
  • Competitive financing and lease options available
  • Ranked highest in initial quality by J.D. Power

Expect to pay sticker:

Sales are down compared to last year but still pushing strong, so prices continue to hover right at MSRP with little room to budge. Starting MSRPs range from $84,300 for the Carrera 2-Door Coupe on up to $195,595 for the Turbo S All-Wheel Drive Cabriolet.

The hunt is on:

Porsche almost never offers manufacturer rebates or incentives. Individual dealerships sometimes introduce their own offers, but it may take some hunting to track one down because those, too, are rare. If you happen across one, by all means, jump on it.

Financial assistance is available:

On-the-spot financing is often available with no money down. Porsche Financial Services also offers a range of leasing options with payments based on the vehicle’s expected depreciation over the lease term, rather than its full cost.

Customer satisfaction:

Take comfort in knowing this is a car you’ll continue to appreciate: The 911 recently ranked highest among midsize premium sports cars in J.D. Power’s Initial Quality Study, based on customer feedback after 90 days of ownership.

*This Pricing Insight covers the 2014 model year*

Expect to pay sticker:

Sales are down compared to last year but still pushing strong, so prices continue to hover right at MSRP with little room to budge. Starting MSRPs range from $84,300 for the Carrera 2-Door Coupe on up to $195,595 for the Turbo S All-Wheel Drive Cabriolet.

The hunt is on:

Porsche almost never offers manufacturer rebates or incentives. Individual dealerships sometimes introduce their own offers, but it may take some hunting to track one down because those, too, are rare. If you happen across one, by all means, jump on it.

Financial assistance is available:

On-the-spot financing is often available with no money down. Porsche Financial Services also offers a range of leasing options with payments based on the vehicle’s expected depreciation over the lease term, rather than its full cost.

Customer satisfaction:

Take comfort in knowing this is a car you’ll continue to appreciate: The 911 recently ranked highest among midsize premium sports cars in J.D. Power’s Initial Quality Study, based on customer feedback after 90 days of ownership.

*This Pricing Insight covers the 2014 model year*

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Incentives & Rebates

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