Porsche 911 (2015–)

What's good

The move to turbocharged engines may have worried the purists, but the 911 is actually all the better for it with the same sound but better low down response.

Comfortable and easy to drive around town the 911 is a high performance car you can easily live with day to day.

Change to twin-turbo 3.0-litre engine should mean slightly better fuel economy in theory.

Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM) with ride height lowered by 10 mm comes as standard.

Navigation and DAB standard on all cars.

From 2019 has a proximity key disabling system that prevents key signals being boosted and relayed to a thief standing beside the car.

What to watch out for

Huge options list means it's very easy to spend thousands of pounds extra on your new 911.

Recalls

02-03-2017: R/2017/097: Bonding on windscreen is insufficient: On 911 Cabriolet and Targa models only, the windscreen may have been fitted with insufficient bonding product. There is a possibility that the windscreen could detach from the vehicle in the event of an accident. Fix: Recall the likely affected vehicles and rebond the windscreen. VIN: WP0ZZZ98ZHS212965 to WP0ZZZ99ZHS173385; WP0ZZZ98ZHS212965 to WP0ZZZ99ZHS173385. Build dates: 10-01-2017 to 10-02-2017.

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