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Here we present you information and some Porsche 997 Turbo Cabrio for sale:
At first, we’ve got to differentiate between the 997.1 and the 997.2. The 997.1 Turbo Coupé was offered between June 2006 until the end of 2008. The cabriolet didn’t join the lineup until September 2007. Transmission wise, a six-speed manual and the automatic five-speed Tiptronic S were offered. While the 997.2 Carrera delivery started in July 2008, Turbo buyers had to wait until 2009 for the revised version. In its first year of production, the 997.2 Turbo was offered als a coupé and cabriolet, from 2010 onwards, the beefed up Turbo S joined the pack.
Naturally, there are less 997 Turbos than Carreras out there. Production numbers for the 997.1 Turbo coupé are at 15,626, with 6.099 cabrios. The 997.2 Turbo coupé was built 3,301 times, the cabriolet 1,752 times. The Turbo S coupé was sold 3,095 times, the cabriolet 2,055 times. So the 997 Turbo (S) remains more exclusive than the 997 Carreras. That has an effect on prices as well. They remain pretty stable, as good Turbo examples start in the upper five-figures. For the Turbo S you’ll probably end up spending six-figure sums.
If you are looking for a Porsche 997 Turbo Cabrio for sale and you want to find out more about the 997 Turbo, click here: The Porsche 997 Turbo (S) – Buyer’s guide
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