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Porsche Reviews

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Good: New turbocharged engines have more power and torque. As impressive to drive as ever with great everyday comfort alongside superb balance in corners. Still sounds and feels like a normally aspirated 911.
Bad: Turbo models are phenomenally quick but also incredibly expensive.
Good: Updated Boxster gets new name and switches to four-cylinder engines. Quicker yet more economical than previously. Beautifully balanced handling. Comfortable and easy to live with day to day.
Bad: Engines lack the character and sound of the previous six-cylinder units.
Good: Refined with sports-car like handling. Great performance. Low emissions from hybrid version. Stylish and high-class cabin. Frugal diesel.
Bad: Hybrid not as good to drive as the rest of the engines.
Good: New Cayman ditches flat six engines in favour of more efficient turbocharged four-cylinder units.
Bad: Not arriving until autumn 2016.
Good: Sublime handling even on rough British roads. Impressive performance from all engines. Excellent build quality. Practical family car.
Bad: Turbo is thirsty at the fuel pumps. Expensive to buy. Not quite as practical as a BMW X3.
Good: A real feelgood super saloon. Stunning performance from most engines. Luxurious refinement but still great to drive. Practical with a large boot and masses of rear space.
Bad: Styling divides opinion.
Good: Second generation Panamera promises even more refinement along with further improvements to handling thanks to stiffer chassis.
Bad: Doesn't look especially different from the original Panamera.
Good: More practical 'estate' version of the Panamera.
Bad: Not arriving until late 2017.
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