2013 Porsche Panamera Values

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For 2013, Porsche adds another trim level to the Panamera lineup. The new GTS slots into the mix above the Panamera 4S and below the Turbo. It offers an upgraded version of the direct-injected 4.8L V8 found in the 4S, and with some revised internal bits, the engine is good for 430 hp--or 30 more horses and 15 more ft-lb of torque than the similiar unit found in the 4S. The GTS benefits from the Turbo's fantastic brakes and is also distinguishable thanks to a revised front fascia. It is priced at $109,000.

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Unmistakable styling, Porsche-standard performance and luxury, seating for four in well-appointed interior; hybrid powertrain available

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The Panamera's front engine design may depart with traditional Porsche design, but its elongated shape provides comfortable seating for everyone--even for passengers over 6 feet tall. It features up to 45 cubic feet of cargo space with the rear seats folded. And, it wouldn't be a Porsche if it didn't out-handle and out-accelerate almost everything else on the road. The hybrid brings together performance and green credibility, while the Turbo S could be the most powerful station wagon available. The base trim starts at around $75,000, but there is no other car available that looks, handles, or hauls like a Panamera.


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