How much HP does a 996 have?
The 996 was initially available in a coupé or a cabriolet (Convertible) bodystyle with rear-wheel drive, and later with four-wheel drive, utilising a 3.4 litre flat-6 engine generating a maximum power output of 221 kW (300 PS; 296 hp). The 996 had the same front end as the entry-level Boxster.
How fast is a Porsche 996?
Porsche 911 – 996 (1998 – 2004)
|1999||Porsche Carrera Coupe||168 mph|
|1999||Porsche 911 Carrera Cabriolet|
What should I look for in a 996?
Porsche 996 buyer’s guide – what to look out for
- Owning a Porsche 911 has never been a more attainable dream.
- The issue of cracked cylinder heads is actually relatively rare.
- Coolant radiators are susceptible to stone chips and corrosion.
- Picture yourself cruising through the countryside with the roof down.
How heavy is a 996 Turbo?
How much does a Porsche 911 Coupe (996 series) Turbo weighs? The Porsche 911 Coupe (996 series) Turbo weighs 1540 Kg / 3395 lbs.
Why are 1999 Porsches so cheap?
The 996 appears cheap because it was mass produced, whereas older Porsche 911s were not. The appearance is also not to everyone’s taste, and the perceived engine issues put many potential buyers off. The number one reason that the 996 has been so cheap for many years is down to the large numbers that were produced.
Why is 996 Cheap?
What is the best 996?
Total 911’s top five Porsche 996s ever built
- 5) Porsche 996 Carrera 4S. The famous ‘Carrera S’ only made it onto the back of one Porsche 996: the C4S, a car that is rapidly becoming a modern icon.
- 4) Porsche 996 GT3 RS.
- 3) Porsche 996 Carrera Gen1.
- 2) Porsche 996 Turbo.
- 1) Porsche 996 GT3 Gen1.