800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 2000 Porsche 911 Carrera cabriolet is a low-mileage sleek sports car legend. So when a timeless status symbol of both performance and premium is also at an obtainable price, you know it's time to pay attention.
The silver seems to be one of the coolest ways to get a German performance car. After all, it became the racing color of Germany. Plus, the metallic element here loves to highlight the iconic 911 curves every time the sunshine hits the sheetmetal (exactly what you want in a convertible.) The clear headlights of this later 996 generation and the silver alloys all just seem to all be part of a harmonizing tone with the paint that give this one the total look of sophistication. This has spent the last seven years being a cherished special occasion toy, and so that's why the mileage is so low, and it shows less signs of wear than other cars of its age.
Another harmonizing piece of the car is the blue convertible top. It's just as the right amount of neutral tone to complement the silver. And if you like the way the roof looks against the exterior, then you'll love taking it down to reveal the full blue leather interior. As a true premium convertible, it comes with the best features. This includes power seats, power locks, keyless entry/alarm, cruise control, power steering, and a premium AM/FM/CD stereo. A modern classic also means modern safety features such as dual front airbags, side airbags, and ABS. The insulated soft top powers down with the touch of a button and so do the windows. So you never have to leave the driver's seat whenever you want to be open to the world. Dual zone automatic climate control and heated front seats means you and you passenger can always dial-in an individual level of comfort. As much as this is a modern machine, one thing never changes in a Porsche is its focus on the driver. You feel it in the leather-wrapped sports steering wheel, form-hugging bucket seats, and clear white-faced gauges with the tach prominently placed front and center.
The numbers-matching fuel-injected 3.4-liter is a great companion for the road. Engineered to produce 300 horsepower, its distinctive boxer motor sound is a hypnotic performance tune. This modern classic is part of one of the most versatile Porsche generations around. The five-speed automatic transmission offers easy grand touring cruising. But this can also be manually shifted for performance car driving, and Porsche even puts the gear indicator the instrument cluster because it knows its drivers take this kind of thing seriously. The fully-independent suspension is engineered to be one of the best around. It also works with the grippy Hankook Ventus v12 Evo2 tires and drilled four-wheel power disc brakes the kind of setup that reminds us why the Porsche 911 is an enduring icon of the ideal performance machine.
Complete with the original warranty card, this is a garage-kept cherished modern classic offered for quite a nice price. So if you've dreamed of a drop-top 911, don't let this deal get away. Call now!
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