Description: The most striking visual highlight of the 911 Targa is its 16.58 square-foot glass roof made up of two segments - an elegant sliding roof at the front and a more practical tailgate at the rear. The roof slides smartly beneath the tailgate within seven seconds, conveniently offering almost five square feet of open space above the passenger cabin when opened completely. The sliding roof comes standard with a new sunblind offering even greater privacy than before. When closed, the sunblind covers the entire area of the sliding roof, opening and closing electrically independently of the roof itself. The glass roof and tailgate are made of special tinted glass, which protects the occupants from UV radiation and excessive heat even in bright sunshine.
The 911 Targa is a 2-door, 4-passenger luxury sports car, available in two trims, the 4 and the 4S.
The 4 is equipped with a standard 3.6-liter, H6, 345-horsepower engine that achieves 18-mpg in the city and 25-mpg on the highway. The 4S is equipped with a standard 3.8-liter, H6, 385-horsepower engine that achieves 18-mpg in the city and 25-mpg on the highway.
Rating Reviewed by: john weiss(Unregistered User)
Review Date August 4, 2002
Overall Rating 2 of 5
Value Rating 2 of 5
Used product for More than 1 year
Visitors rate this review 3.20 of 5,
Review 1 of 20
, from Edmonton,AB,Canada
from local dealer
Strengths: fast-good handlng-great looking car
Weaknesses: afraid to park it anywere,have a reoccuring grease stain on drivers side window,interior&exterior rattles,no standard full power seats,no lumbar support,limited space,lens light covers look dirty inside,especially with the xenon option,option for Bose,what do you expect for 95k and does not handle bumps to well
Summary: Well,I thought it was a dream vehicle,
but and it's a big but.Don't get me wrong,it has alot of great quality's, it's just that but.
Similar Products Used: bmw 328is
mercedes s class
Rating Reviewed by: Richard(Unregistered User)
Review Date August 29, 2006
Overall Rating 4 of 5
Value Rating 4 of 5
Used product for 3 Months to 1 year
Visitors rate this review 3.00 of 5,
Review 2 of 20
Year / Model Reviewed: 2000 911(996)
Strengths: Performance, handling, braking
Weaknesses: Cannot leave it out of my sight. TOO MUCH attention. Everyone wants to touch it, drive it, etc.
Summary: Simple the best. This is the greatest car I've ever owned and I've owned ALOT.
Similar Products Used: Corvette, Cobra, 944 Turbo, Z3, XJS, 3000GT
Rating Reviewed by: Mike Granny(Unregistered User)
Review Date June 23, 2000
Overall Rating 3 of 5
Value Rating 2 of 5
Used product for 6 months to 1 year
Visitors rate this review 2.00 of 5,
Review 3 of 20
, from Arlington Va USA
Strengths: Styling, Handling
Weaknesses: Fit and Finish, Lack of horsepower compared to competitors, cheap interior
Summary: Don't buy this car unless you are an enthuisiast. Porsche needs to work out alot of problems to make this car worth 70k +
Similar Products Used: BMW is much stronger in the fit and finish department
Rating Reviewed by: Eric Robbins(Unregistered User)
Review Date June 22, 2000
Overall Rating 5 of 5
Value Rating 5 of 5
Used product for 1 to 6 months
Review 4 of 20
, from Flower Mound, TX, USA
Year / Model Reviewed: 2000 Porsche Carrera Cabriolet
Strengths: great acceleration, awesome braking, incredible handling on turns, good highspeed control
Weaknesses: Probably exspensicve maintainence, but no maintainence so far for me
Summary: Had the car for about 3 days and just loving it. It drives so beautifully and extremely smooth. The best car made for california lifestyle. I completely endorse this car and recommend to buy this car whenever possible. Faster the speed on turns, the better handling. I would definetly encourage all sports car lovers to go out and test drive it i not purchase it.