2010 Porsche 911 Values

Select a 2010 Porsche 911 trim level

2010 model year changes

Minor changes and tweaks are in store for the 2010 Porsche 911 series. The Turbo trim gets a new engine and refined chassis tuning, while the track-oriented GT3 returns after a one-year absence. The limited-edition GT2 from 2009 is no longer available but the X51 Power Kit is again an option on all S trims.


Competitive comparison

Top-tier sports car performance; surprising practicality; available all-wheel drive; a standard of sports cars worldwide


Special features for 2010

Produced since 1963, the Porsche 911 has lured admirers and loyal fans with its seductive, classic shapes and world-class manufacturing standards. The 911 (also known as the 911 Carrera) is also surprisingly practical for an exotic sports car, with fold-down rear seats to expand the cargo area, plus a second cargo area in front. All-wheel drive trims offer all-weather traction, allowing the 911 to be on the road or track year-round. MSRP for the standard 911 is $77,800 while the Turbo trims start at $132,800--no economy car, but at that price, supercar performance and legendary automotive pedigree is assured.




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