Of all the discussions we hear at car shows, nothing tops the Turbo vs Turbo S from fans of the Porsche 911. What began as a performance and styling upgrade on the 911 Turbo, the Turbo S evolved into its own model. The base prices of each are separated by a difference of $29,000 which is too much to stomach for some customers. That’s why savvy dealers like Rusnak Porsche have the next best thing. Ordering a fully loaded 2017 Turbo, the options list comes to $21,081 in addition to the base price of $159,200. With all the bells & whistles, the 2016 Porsche 911 Turbo arrives with the center-lock wheels from the Turbo S, but the power difference is only 40 lb-ft and 30 horsepower.
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Big brother Turbo S is priced to compete with the likes of Lamborghini’s Huracan and the McLaren 570S. Well equipped examples of the Audi R8 are also over $200,000. So the 911 Turbo is $20,000 cheaper than competitors for sale. It’s also worth noting the 911 Turbo has more torque than them. So in a head to head battle, the 911 Turbo will dominate. Forced induction makes all the difference. The 911 Turbo responds better to any modifications than its naturally aspirated competitors. So you could use the difference in price to make your Turbo unbeatable by almost anything. This sinister looking black on the black coupe is waiting for you, so if you are looking for a Porsche 911 Turbo for sale, click the link below for more details.
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