2000 Porsche 911 on 2040-cars
Phoenix, Arizona, United States
You are looking at this very nice and extremely well maintained Porsche Carrera 996 Model. I have had and enjoyed this car for 4 years now, and with some house renovations, business changes and other life changes, the third car must go. Oil changes has always been done at about 4,000 KM and has never endured any harsh driving such as burnouts or donuts nor has it been driven in any reckless manner. Always garage kept for the winter and on rainy days.
Brand New tires with less than 500 KM on them, I had ordered these tires in June and had them in storage until I installed them last week.
BRAND NEW OEM Mags from Porsche that cost me over $4,000 last year. I changed them because I did not like the look of the 2000 OEM Porsche wheels... these wheels are from the 2004 model and make the car look so much better !
Water Pump, Thermostat and all belts has been changed before winter storage last year.
Oil / Air Separator (Big Job on these models) has been done from Porsche dealership last year.
** K&N Air Intake system (Not COLD AIR)
** The only thing this car needs is a MAF (Mass Airflow Sensor) which can be bought online for about $250 or from a dealer for $750. I noticed this issue when an oil change was done last week before brigning it for winter storage and the mechanic told me about it. MAF for this model can be bought for $250 online.
Porsche 911 Carrera Arctic Silver over blue full leather interior.
This Porsche is loaded with all the very desirable factory options including: Full Leather interior (don't even consider to own a 996 without the full leather option. without it the door panels and dash look like they were taken from a Kia.)
Litronic headlights (what Porsche calls their self leveling HID/xenon headlamp. It costs about $2,000 to add these to most of the 996s that were not optioned with them)
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Auto blogFri, 10 Oct 2014
We live in a high-tech supercar renaissance, with the Porsche 918 Spyder, McLaren P1 and Ferrari LaFerrari all duking it out for performance supremacy. All three members of this power trio place the engine behind the driver and use some kind of hybrid assist. However, each one finds a slightly different way to make that setup work. While all of the tech is insanely cool, let's just admit that we are all really wondering which one is the quickest and which is the fastest. Autocar aims to find out in a new video pitting two of them against a surprise challenger in the standing mile.
Unfortunately, the race is missing the Ferrari, despite Autocar's best efforts. So instead, it has another limited-edition, high-performance vehicle from Italy in the form of the Ducati 1199 Superleggera. The bike has just two cylinders, but at 1.2-liters of displacement, it makes over 200 horsepower, and all that gumption is packaged into a magnesium monocoque body with carbon fiber bodywork to keep weight low. Granted, the cycle is going up against the 875-hp Porsche and 903-hp McLaren, but traction, aerodynamics and gearing all play a part in this fascinating video.
There's no sense in ruining the winner before watching, but Autocar teases that the finish is one of its closest drag races ever. Check out the video to find out just what that means.
We recently saw the standard Porsche Cayman go up against a Subaru WRX STI in a one-mile drag race with surprising results. Apparently, Evo had a similar idea of evaluating the Cayman's quickness. However, it opted for the more powerful S model and chose a flyweight Caterham Roadsport 140 as the challenger. Will the results of this battle be as close at the end of the kilometer-long (0.62-mile) drag?
Neither of these are cars you'd usually associate with drag racing, but they are nearly evenly matched. Evo selected them based on power-to-weight ratio, with the Caterham offering a scant 140 horsepower in a lithe 1,213-pound package. The Porsche is a quite svelte 2,910 pounds but has 325 hp to haul it around.
Of course, power-to-weight ratio isn't everything. There are a ton of other variables like aerodynamics and gearing that play a huge role, as well. Can the little Caterham's weight advantage overcome the better aero and additional power of the Porsche? Scroll down watch the video and find out.
Porsche has released official pricing for its entire lineup of 2013 models, which just happens to include the upcoming 918 Spyder hybrid supercar. The 795-horsepower advanced-technology-lab-on-wheels is now officially confirmed to have a starting price of $845,000 in the US, which is the exact amount we were told earlier when we had the opportunity to ride shotgun in some 918 Spyder pre-production test vehicles.
What we didn't know at the time was the cost of the Weissach trim package, which is a high-performance upgrade to the standard vehicle that includes the deletion of some interior amenities and addition of lighter-weight carbon fiber appointments, magnesium wheels, flame-resistant upholstery, racing belts and aerodynamic aids - it's meant for track-going folk who intend to use their 918 Spyders as God, country and manufacturer intended.
All told, the Weissach package should drop the 918 Spyder's curb weight by some 80 pounds, while also lightening your wallet of an additional $84,000 - the car's MSRP with the Weissach package is $929,000. These prices don't, however, include destination charges, which, for something like the very limited edition 918 Spyder (only 918 will be made), could very well cost considerably more than your average Porsche.