When it was unveiled in February 1994, the Porsche 911 Turbo 3.6 was the highest-performance production car to be sold in America. The powerful engine produced an output of 355 hp and 384 of torque, which combined to the rear-wheel-drive, rear-engine combo made for an enjoyable driving experience. The 1994 Porsche 911 was made as a two-wheel-drive (called the Carrera 2) or a four-wheel-drive (Carrera 4). Coupe, convertible, and targa trims were available and featured numerous options. The Porsche 911 Turbo was often mistakenly called the 965, which was actually an abandoned project for a hi-tech turbocharged model. The Porsche 964 Turbo would be replaced by the 993 series that was introduced in 1994.
Should you be thinking about buying a 1994 Porsche 911, you probably already know a lot about the model. One thing that most buyers agree on is the car’s tendency to over steer when the turbo boost kicks in. Be aware of this particularity when you go on a test drive and ask the current driver for tips on how to get the best driving experience. 1994 Porsche 911 models were well made with elaborate design and solid equipment. However, servicing is quite expensive and The Beverly Hills Car Club team recommends you define a service plan in your budget to fully enjoy your classic. With their many years of experience in the classic car industry, the experts of The Beverly Hills Car Club have acquired an extensive knowledge of the different model. They can help you define your purchase plan and share some other tips and advice. Moreover, their Los Angeles classic car dealership carries a fleet of classics of all makes, models, and condition for sale.
Call The Beverly Hills Car Club team today to ask about their current examples of 1994 Porsche 911 available for sale. The team welcomes the opportunity to earn your business and will make your experience easy and trouble-free. Get in touch with the friendly staff for more information.
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