Clean CARFAX. Cooled Seats, Heated Seats, Heated Steering Wheel, 20 SportDesign Wheels, 9 Speakers, ABS brakes, Automatically Dimming Interior & Exterior Mirrors, Bi-Xenon Headlights w/Porsche Dynamic Light System, BOSE Audio Package, CD/DVD Auto-Changer, DVD-Audio, Electrical 14-Ways Sports Seats, Electronic Stability Control, Four wheel independent suspension, HD Radio Receiver, Heated door mirrors, Illuminated entry, Light Design Package, Low tire pressure warning, Multi-Stage Heating System, Porsche Active Suspension Management System, Premium Package w/Adaptive Sport Seat Plus, Premium Package w/Power Sports Seat, Remote keyless entry, Sirius XM Satellite Radio Trial, Sport Chrono Package, Traction control. 3.4L H6 DI 350 hp RWDAwards:* JD Power Initial Quality Study, JD Power APEAL Study * 2012 KBB.com Brand Image AwardsReviews:* For generations the standard automotive trophy for those whoâ€™ve succeeded financially in life has been the Porsche 911. Whether you want to show that youâ€™ve arrived, or just enjoy the drive before you do, the 2012 Porsche 911 remains a compelling sports car choice. Source: KBB.com* Multiple models; precise steering; effortless acceleration; powerful brakes; all-wheel-drive option; spacious cockpit; surprisingly fuel-efficient; highly customizable. Source: Edmunds
The Porsche 911 is all new for 2012, following on its history of evolutionary changes rather than revolutionary leaps. Overall, while styling is updated, the car is still unmistakably 911 throughout, with the characteristic shape and round headlights we've come to expect from Porsche's lead sports car. Body changes are subtle but numerous, with larger LED main-beam projector headlamps fitted in higher front fenders, a wider rear end, a higher side waistline and all-new LED taillamps. Two engines are available in 2012. In the base-level Carrera, buyers get a 3.4L horizontally-opposed direct-injected 6-cylinder that makes 345 horsepower--a solid 4 horsepower increase over last year's 3.6L engine. Carrera S buyers get a slightly larger 3.8L flat 6-cylinder, which makes 394 horsepower. Other engines are slated for production later in the 2012 model year, including a Turbo version said to put out more than 500 horsepower. Also new for 2012 is a 7-speed manual transmission, which is offered as standard equipment. A 7-speed PDK gearbox is optional, serving as an automatic with manual features. In the new manual, the ratios are close together in every gear except 7th, which helps to achieve a better fuel consumption rate during highway use. Other changes include all-new electric power steering in place of the previous hydraulic system, as well as a hydraulic decoupler of the front and rear sway bars, known as Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control. In addition, Porsche has added a rear wheel torque vectoring system that helps build traction using the rear brakes along with the rear differential. Inside, the 911 gets a completely new interior, with styling touches consistent with Porsche's Panamera and Cayenne. There's no mistaking the new design as something other than 911, however, with a host of gauges flanking a large tachometer, mounted front and center. The center console is now wider and mounts a larger color touchscreen monitor for navigation and stereo functions. The shifter has also been moved up slightly, and more switches and knobs have been placed there. In addition to the optional Carrera S package, there's a Sport Chrono package, which adds a thick-rimmed three-spoke steering wheel with multifunction controls.