I use this car almost every day, easy to use, and fun to drive. I paid a premium to not have to wait. You don't buy a porsche to save yourself money - you buy both.
Use a Range Rover or Porsche when its wet, and a Ferrari on sunny days.
This is a very nice car, and it drives well.
However, there is a huge problem. This is my friend's car - although I have driven my father's Porsche 911 that cost £60,000 and I have to ask a question.
For twice the money, it just isn't twice as good, and the handling is no better. It drinks more fuel, it doesn't sound much noisier, and it's definitely not twice as fast.
I would go for the new 997 Turbo from Porsche - save youself £20,000 and you'll still be going faster than this.
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