2002 Porsche 911 Ratings
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2002 Porsche 911 - Carrera (M6) RWD Coupe
Pros: 18 inch wheels
Cons: The fact that you have to pay for every feature.
Advice: Shop around, determine what you must have, locate the car and bargain. Alternative is to order the one you want and wait but negotiating becomes much harder.Its a great time to buy a porsche. A year or 2 ago, you would have paid a premium to get the one you wanted. I got a 2003 at 1k over dealer invoice. The car is awsome in many respects. It sufficently powered and is quick through every gear (all the way to 6). For an 80k car however, things like rattles in the sun roof/windshield are common place and aggravating if your like me. The interior is noisy and the quality of their HiFi Sound system is less than exciting. I've had BMWs with much better sound systems.
2002 Porsche 911 - Turbo AWD Coupe
Pros: Total control
Cons: Luggage space
Advice: Don't hesitateAs an advid car freak I can honestly say that this car is the ultimate time machine. Having owned over 30 sport cars in the last 10 years this one may make me reconsider my desire to constanly change cars.Its not just the accleration but the total control you feel at every speed.Fast, fun, total let your hair down. If 120k is in your price range their is nothing better at any price .Have fun
2002 Porsche 911 - AWD Cabriolet
Pros: 320hp engine with manual transmition...AWSOME
Cons: intrest rate offered by Porsche Financial...go somewhere else for financing
Advice: Watch your speed. Before you know it you'll be seeing flashing lights in your rearviewI own the C4 Cab and it is a dream. The 3.6-liter 320hp engine pushes this car hard. It's fast, nimble, and breed’s confidence in the driver. Also, the manual gearbox is the smoothest in the Biz, and the clutch is so easy to use. With the top down wind noise is minimal and the stereo is easy to hear even at 75 mph! If you have the money you cannot beat a Porsche. I have had this car for over 6 months and the novelty hasn't worn off. I am as excited to drive it today as the day I drove it off of the dealer lot. Must options are: 18-inch rims, sport exhaust, CD-changer, and upgraded leather. I have the navigation system as well and it's useful, but requires too much attention with a manual trans.