All-wheel drive Porsches are now available in Fife. These are powerful and mean machines with excellent handling, visually appealing exterior and comfortable interior. One of the finest examples of all wheel Porsche cars is the 911. The latest model gets more power, active rear wheel steering system and 7 speed transmission. The 911 has 3 trims which are Turbo, Turbo S and GT3. The Turbo S is the fastest amongst the lot but the GT3 is the best looking. The GT3 has a V6, 3.8L engine with directly injected fuel plant churning out 324 lb-ft of torque and 475 hp.

 All-Wheel Drive Porsches now in Fife

The GT3 all-wheel drive Porsche now in Fife has an advanced 7 speed PDK automated dual clutch transmission. Acceleration from 0 to 60 mph happens in just 3.3 seconds. The GT3 also has electric power steering for taking sharper turns easily. The forged aluminum wheels are 20 inches. The full LED headlights give out bright light.

 

The Turbo and Turbo S trims also have 20 inch wheels. The Turbo trim now has improved water cooling and electronically controlled coupling. There is also a 34 position rear wing and a 3 stage front spoiler. The Turbo model have the same engine as the GT3 but the dual turbochargers help to get 560 hp in Turbo S and 520 hp in Turbo. 7 speed PDK transmission is available in both models. The interior has thin shelled sport seats and 18 way adjustment function. Entertainment includes a standard Bose audio system.

 

For more information on the all-wheel drive Porsche now in Fife you can visit the Larson Porsche showroom. The ever smiling staff will show you all the features from inside and outside and also arrange a test drive for you. It is only when you physically see the car that you will come to know about its grandness. Apart from the all wheel drives there are other Porsche cars and SUVs as well. The showroom also has reused Porsche vehicles for great prices. Since all these reused vehicles have undergone stringent quality checks you don’t have to worry about their performance on the road.

25 Sep 2013

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