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  • 2020 Porsche 911
    RM 11,698/Month RM 1,105,335

Key Highlights

Iconic heritage, everyday superstar Downsized turbocharged engines make naturally aspirated type noises - which is good Interior looks a lot more exciting this generation
Massive performance on tap Available in various bodystyles Decent reliability

Overview

The Porsche 911 is one the most iconic sports cars that has a huge fan base all around the world. Being in production for more than 50 years, it is one of the oldest sports car nameplates to be still in production and as of now 2013 than 820,000 examples have been sold.

Porsche Malaysia sells several variants of the 911, here in a three body styles that include Coupe, Cabriolet and Targa. Competing with this German icon are sports cars from various European carmakers including Mercedes-Benz, Maserati, Aston Martin and more. The entry level 911 Coupe 3.0 starts at RM 870,000, while the crown jewel of the line-up, the Turbo S and GT3 RS variant that will set you back a cool RM1.75 million.

Porsche offers the 911 sports car with several turbocharged and naturally aspirated engines as well as in both rear- and all-wheel drive layouts depending on the variant you choose. Engine sizes range from 3.0-litres to 4.0-litres, while power output level begins at 370hp/450Nm and goes up all the way up to 560hp/750Nm. Although a manual transmission is available in some parts of the world, Porsche Malaysia only offers its dual-clutch PDK automatic transmission for the 911 range.

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Key Details

  • Body Type: Coupe
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Engine Capacity: 2981 cc
  • Fuel Type: petrol
  • Seat Capacity: 4
  • Price: RM 1,105,335

Key Details

  • Body Type: Coupe
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Engine Capacity: 2981 cc
  • Fuel Type: petrol
  • Seat Capacity: 4
  • Price: RM 1,105,335

User Review of Porsche 911

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5 Excellent
Michael
Owner of 2008 Porsche 911

Remarkable 480HP 997.1 turbo tuned till 600HP!

I've owned 997.1 turbo this year on March 2020.It's probably the best supercar I've ever owned. I've have driven nearly 5000 miles on it from 35000 all the way to 40000 and it had no issues at all. In fact, I only pay for RM100 ish for the full tank on RON 97 or 110 ish for RON 100. The best part, this model which is the last mezger engine's masterpiece can be tuned up to 1800 HP you can search on youtube. Thankfully, after I've owned for a few months I slightly tuned my car till 600HP and somehow it beats ferrari 458 and even lamborghini huracan on highway! Definitely I'm not gonna sell this car and will pass this car to my offsprings. - Less
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5 Excellent
Tan
Owner of 2008 Porsche 911

A fixed deposit you can drive.

I've been a fan of the 911 since I was kid buying Matchbox cars at RM2.50 a piece back in the 70s. I finally bought a 2008 Porsche 911 Carrera S at a bargain RM280k back in June 2018. This is the 997.2 generation with the PDK transmission and the engine issue of the 997.1 sorted. Besides that, it also came with the optional sports exhaust which adds a few extra horses bring the total closer to 400bhp, up from its factory 385bhp. The reason I picked this particular model was the fact that it is modern enough with all the bells and whistles like Sport Chrono, PASM, PDK, etc. Yet had a mechanical steering that helped keep the connection to the drive purity of the air cooled generations. (The 993s are collectible but a bit too long in the tooth in terms of an overall experience.) So what's it like to drive? When you first twist the key, the engine comes alive with sufficient drama to inform you something special awaits. Slide the shifter to D and the initial feel is a little twitchy and nervous at low speeds as you pull away. But as you pick up speed to normal everyday driving, it's pretty usable except for the suspension which is a little stiffer than the usual sedan. But nothing to rattle your nerves. The everyday supercar title is definitely well earned. Try driving a Lambo or Ferrari of the same year and you'll need a chiropractor right after. The magic happens when you press the sports exhaust and Sport+ buttons on the lower dash and pop the shifter to the left for manual shifting. Beast mode engaged! (Btw, I bought the sports steering with paddle shifters to replace the crappy original steering with the rocker shifters. Worth every ringgit since it's what you touch most in the car) Floor the gas pedal, then listen as the normally aspirated 3.8 litre boxer engine changes its tune from a raspy hooligan to the dramatic whine of a jet plane taking off. It is at speeds well above the speed limit that this car is truly in its element. 265kmh flashed for a moment before I ran out of road to go any faster. Judging by the pedal, I had some way to go indicating a top speed of 300kmh is entirely possible. Taking to the twisty roads of the Karak highway and the B roads of Bentong and Raub, you can really feel the car almost thanking you for the drive by delivering a sublime experience corner after corner. Also, the brake pedal is wide enough to encourage learning left foot braking. A technique worth practicing if you wanna squeeze that last 5% out of every corner. The PDK box is just at a different level from the Tiptronic ones so don't bother with anything older than this. Faster than a manual and yet convenient if you wanna eat or drink or hold hands, etc while driving. Design wise, the great thing about the 911 is the classic shape that hasn't changed since 1963. But this interior has aged so well that after some TLC detailing, nobody believes it's a 11 year old car. Was it worth the money? Let's put it this way. A year on and I have had offers of RM320k for it. I paid RM300K for a German sedan in 2012 and it's worth RM90k today. I'm willing to bet the 911 will hold its value much better 7 years on. (Of course this takes into consideration that this particular 911 had a full service history with Porsche Malaysia and was covered by optional warranty for 10 years hence an immaculate provenance that is a true rarity.) If you had spare cash to put away, really, why put it in a bank with only a piece of paper to show for it, when you could invest in a classic that could appreciate at a better rate than the interest the best bank can offer? And reward yourself with an experience no piece of paper could ever deliver. Long live the 911! - Less
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2020 Porsche 911
RM 11,698/Month RM 1,105,335
2020 Porsche 911
RM 11,698/Month RM 1,105,335