The limited-edition Turbo S was the last – and best – of the 996 Turbos. It comes as standard with the X50 Powerkit, which raises power 30bhp to 450bhp, with 620Nm of torque. 0-62mph takes 4.1 seconds and the top speed is 191mph.
Other standard features of the Turbo S include PCCB (Porsche Carbon Ceramic Brakes), Litronic headlamps, cruise control, PCM sat-nav, CD autochanger, aluminium-faced dials. Paintwork is GT Silver Metallic with matching lightweight alloy wheels.
This 2005 car also boasts a sunroof, auto-dimming rear-view mirror, parking sensors, heated Sports seats, body-colour centre console, and a Tracker anti-theft device.
It has covered just 32,000 miles and is impeccable condition, having been owned by a true Porsche enthusiast. The service book is fully stamped, with the last service carried out in February 2010 at 31,710 miles. In addition to routine servicing, the Porsche has recently had the suspension geometry set and the air-conditioning condensers replaced, and has been regularly professionally valeted. There is a pre-purchase inspection report by Porsche specialist Peter Morgan, dated 13/04/07, which notes no problems.
This rare Porsche is being sold for £46,995 or near offer. It is being sold privately on behalf of the owner, and is featured in the current issue of Total 911 magazine as part of a major article on the Turbo S series.
For more details or to arrange to view the car please call 0845 450 6964 or send an email.
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