2015 Porsche 911 Targa 4S

I don’t feature very many modern 911s and especially not the 991. On those occasions when I have written about them those cars tended to fall into one of two categories: either a motorsport special like the GT2/GT3/GT3RS or the 996TT, which we write about fairly frequently due to the massive amount of performance value those machines possess. Given the high number of newer 911s we come across to feature one of the standard cars requires that it possess a variety of attributes to help it stand out. I think this one does just that. First, I’m just happy this model even exists because it is a Targa and I am fan of the Targa in general. That said, I am a fan of the original design, which Porsche went away from beginning with the 993 and it is only with the 991 that the design has been returned to its original form. Second, this Targa has both the 7-speed manual transmission and also the S Powerkit, raising power from 400hp to 430hp. Last, it was finished with a nice combination of options and a color scheme that set it apart. What we end up with is this: a Dark Blue Metallic 2015 Porsche 911 Targa 4S, located in Houston, with contrasting Black and Garnet Red interior, 7-speed manual transmission, and the Carrera S Powerkit all with just 1,574 miles on it.

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Year: 2015
Model: 911 Targa 4S
Engine: 3.8 liter flat-6
Transmission: 7-speed manual
Mileage: 1,574 mi
Price: Reserve auction

Porsche of North Houston proudly this beautiful 2015 Porsche 911 Targa 4S 991 in Dark Blue Metallic over a Black / Garnet Red interior with 1,574 miles. The 911 Targa 4S is powered by a 3.8L horizontally opposed six cylinder engine producing 430 hp and 325 lb-ft of torque through an All Wheel Drive and a 7-Speed Manual Transmission. This 911 Targa 4S is further enhanced with the following:

Instrument Dials in Black
Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control
20ā€ Carrera Classic Wheels
Wheel Center Caps w/ Colored Porsche Crest
Sport Design Side Mirrors
Luggage Net in Passenger Footwell
LED Headlights w/ PDLS Plus
Park Assist Front and Rear w/ Rear Camera
Telephone Module
Sport Design Steering Wheel
Two Tone Leather Interior in Black / Garnet Red
Steering Wheel Rim w/ Deviating Stitching
Rear Fascia Painted
Illuminated Personalized Door Sill Guards in Stainless Steel
Pedals and Footrest in Aluminum
Dark Blue Metallic Exterior Color
18-Way Adaptive Sport Seats w/ Memory Package
Premium Package Plus
Bose Audio Package
Carrera S Powerkit
Side Skirts Painted
Sport Design Front Fascia
Preparation Door Sill Guards
5mm Wheel Spacers
Porsche Crest on Headrests
Sport Seats Plus Backrest Shells in Leather
Fuel Cap w/ Aluminum Look

Porsche of North Houston is a member of the Indigo Auto Group and has received the highly coveted Porsche Premier Dealer status. Our dealership features a beautiful Porsche Corporate Identity showroom, fully staffed factory certified service center, parts department, finance department, detailing department, and Porsche accessories boutique. Allow us to also help arrange transportation of your new car directly to your home anywhere in the world. Trade-in proposals are always welcome. If you like this vehicle and have questions, simply call, email, or drop by our location at 18111 North Freeway (I-45N) on the north side of Houston. We invite you to Activate Your Ownership with us today!

As someone who mostly writes about older Porsches the degree of luxury we find in the interior of this 911 is kind of staggering. Naturally, we would expect it to look in pristine condition and there is no disappointment in that regard. Those red seats look incredibly crisp and the Dark Blue paint provides just the right amount of differentiation from the many dark grey and black 911s, but without being too flashy. And, of course, I love that basic open-top nature of the Targa. A 911 equipped such as this one quickly exceeds $150K so it’ll be interesting to see where this auction ends up. I’ll admit, I don’t have a great sense of how the demand for the new Targa has played out, but if it turns out this second-hand example can be had at a nice discount over the sticker price then that should make some owner very happy as at least you’ve mitigated some of the initial depreciation.

-Rob

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  1. It’s a good thing there weren’t any more words in the cars name. There isn’t room on the engine lid.
    Remember how Acura had the SH AWD package? Superior Handling. All Wheel Drive.
    I always wanted to see the Superior Handling, Improved Traction package.
    With the appropriate acronym.
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