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Porsche 911 Carrera Fresno CA

The Porsche 911 Carrera and its derivatives are enthusiast-oriented sports cars with an emphasis on driver involvement. Porsche has improved the 911 for 2009 with more powerful engines, a new double-clutch transmission, and a freshened front and rear fascia.

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21301 Ventura Blvd.
Woodland Hills, CA
 
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(866) 681-7801
1781 Del Monte Boulevard
Seaside, CA
 
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1850 Outer Traffic Circle
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(805) 432-6506
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Thousand Okas, CA
 
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(650) 348-0111
1010 Cadillac Way
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325 W.Colorado Blvd.
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Porsche 911 Carrera

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Model Lineup
The Porsche 911 lineup is comprised of more than a dozen different models. While the basic chassis remains the same, the engine, transmission, driveline, body style and equipment are all modified to build the various models. The standard "Carrera" models offer 345 hp, while the "Carrera S" models offer a larger engine with 385 hp and several performance upgrades. The "Carrera 4" adds AWD, and the "Cabriolet" badge is reserved for convertible models. All "Targa" models are built with a power-operated, full-length sliding open roof with a fixed B-pillar. By mixing and matching these features, the enthusiast can build more than 10 different models. Standard equipment includes power windows, power moonroof, and partial leather seats, and many other custom options and accessories are available.

The 911 Turbo is Porsche's grand-touring, 480-hp, AWD twin-turbo model. Loaded with an extensive list of standard equipment, it was joined by a Cabriolet version in 2008. The 911 GT3 and higher-performance 911 GT3 RS are 415-hp, street-legal track-ready racecars, both only offered with light options, rear-wheel drive (RWD), and manual transmissions. The range-topping GT2 is a limited-edition, twin-turbo performance model.

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