2003 Porsche 911 996 Turbo

The 996 Turbo: The Best Affordable Used Porsche 911

Although it makes well-regarded vehicles, not all Porsches have been trouble-free. In particular, the 996-gen Porsche 911 has a black-sheep reputation, due to its dreaded IMS bearing. However, even notably reliable or high-end cars, like the Toyota 4Runner, Nissan Skyline GT-R, and Mitsubishi Montero have had engine problems. Though, as with the contemporary Cayman, the …


See Your Porsche Order Go Through The Assembly Line

Imagine ordering something that you are really excited about from Amazon. You know from the order what day it is expected to arrive. But, nowadays you can track the shipment with the delivery company too. So, basically, you can order your product, have it plucked from the shelves of a warehouse, and watch the package …


Who is the Porsche Panamera Made For?

When we typically think of Porsche, we think of spectacular power and astounding agility. We think of the allure of the carmaker’s coupes like the Porsche 911 and the prestige of their Cayenne SUV lineup. The last thing you would probably associate Porsche with is a traditional looking, family sedan﹣and that’s where the Panamera comes …

2002 Porsche 911 Carrera 4S

How the Porsche IMS Bearing Doomed the 996 911

Porsche’s current reputation has much to do with the iconic 911. It’s evolved from a simple sports car into something that can out-accelerate and out-handle some supercars. And classic 911s aren’t some delicate garage display, either. Singer restores them into over-engineered works of art, for one. And for another, it was the 911’s presence in …


How the Porsche 911 Has Grown Since 1963

We all love the Porsche 911. From its heritage and gorgeous looks to its performance. Even Ferrari enthusiasts will admit that the 911 is a worthy sports car with a racing legacy as rich as Maranello’s finest. But Porsche has a problem, and that problem is bloat. We noticed it especially coming up on two …