When Porsche launched the new 992 generation, they sure weren’t playing around when it came to numbers. No longer were the lowly C2 and C2S models just an entry point and if you wanted real numbers, you had to go GTS, Turbo, or a GT car. A base 992 throws out 379 horsepower and 331 lb-ft of torque, but the numbers on the road say it’ll do 0-60 in about 3.5 seconds. The 992 Carrera S that we are looking at today? 443 horsepower and 390 lb-ft of torque good for a 0-60 time in 3.0 second flat. Those are near supercar numbers out of a 911 Carrera S, which you really could drive every single day, and it has a base price of about $114,000. Boy, I hope these depreciate someday.
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Model: Carrera S
Engine: 3.8 liter twin-turbocharged flat-6
Transmission: 8-speed Doppelkupplung automatic
Mileage: 6,676 mi
Location: Mocksville, North Carolina
FINANCING AVAILABLE – EXTENDED WARRANTY OPTIONS – NATIONWIDE TRANSPORT – COMPLIMENTARY LOCAL DELIVERY – MSRP:$ – OPTIONS: -911 CARRERA S (2020)
DELETION OF MODEL DESIGNATION, PORSCHE CERAMIC COMPOSITE BRAKES (PCCB), MULTIFUNCTION GT SPORT STEERING WHEEL, COMFORT ACCESS, TACHOMETER DIAL IN RACING YELLOW, BOSE® SURROUND SOUND SYSTEM, BLACK, SEAT BELTS IN RACING YELLOW
KA6PARKASSIST (FRONT AND REAR) INCL. SURROUND VIEW, PORSCHE LOGO PAINTED IN HIGH GLOSS BLACK I.C.W. DELETION OF MODEL DESIGNATION, SPORT PACKAGE, SPORT SEATS PLUS (4-WAY), STORAGE PACKAGE, LIGHT DESIGN PACKAGE, LEATHER INTERIOR IN BLACK WITH CHECKERED SPORT-TEX SEAT CENTERS, SPORT CHRONO STOPWATCH DIAL IN RACING YELLOW, SPORTDESIGN SIDE SKIRTS.
“EVERY POSSIBLE EFFORT IS MADE TO ENSURE THE DESCRIPTION OF THE CAR IS ACCURATE. WE CANNOT GUARANTEE ALL THE ACCURACY OF THE INFORMATION ON THIS SITE IS CORRECT. ALL VEHICLES ARE SUBJECTED TO PREPARATION, DESTINATION, DOCUMENT, TAXES, AND DMV CHARGES.”
Since the launch of the 992, it has really been tough to find any for sale under MSRP. Dealers aren’t getting many cars, and if they are, they are sold straight to their best customers without ever really hitting the lot. If you have to go the used route, “high-line” dealers are making them up massively as are private owners. Now that the GT3 and soon-to-be GTS are hitting the streets, they have started to come back down, but don’t expect any deals soon.
This car, which carried a sticker price of just under $141,000, shows an impressive 6,700 miles for a 2020 model year. Today, it’s got an asking of $139,995. What a treat. If you want a new-ish 911 with a warranty and without the GT3 ride quality, it’s hard to argue against this.