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2007 Porsche 911 Cabriolet

Its shape might not be revolutionary, but that’s for good reason. The 911 has been around forever because, simply put, it’s about the best all-around sports car money can buy.

The 911 Cabriolet is available in four trim levels, starting with the $81,400 Carrera, which has a 325-hp, 3.6-liter flat-six engine. From there, you can spend up to $98,600 by adding four wheel drive (models with a “4” in the name) or a larger, 3.8-liter, 355-hp engine (models with “S” in the name). And that’s just the base price – without destination.

Compare any version of the 911 to its competitors and suddenly it seems like a bargain. Nothing on the road can duplicate its combination of handling, looks, and quality – at any price.

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EPA MPG:

16 City / 24 Hwy

Horse Power:

415 @ 7600

Torque:

300 @ 5500