low2ground from your signature it seems you have some good experience with Porsche. What is your thoughts on the Evora coming from a Porsche background?Whereas the reviewer points to the 911 being a better buy for its stature and usability, it's like comparing a curvaceous woman to an athletically built one. It's all in the eye of the beholder.
It's a better driving car than any Porsche I've owned. It's lighter in corners, nimbler, has far better brakes, is as quick (or quicker) as any of them, and it does it all in a more refined and decidedly British way.low2ground from your signature it seems you have some good experience with Porsche. What is your thoughts on the Evora coming from a Porsche background?
Those are actually used cars, though only slightly used. I can only imagine what they are asking for new.That's pricing for new cars, there must be something off. I'm sure it can be negotiated, see how much it costs to order a brand new one from the factory
I do want a manual. I talked to somebody who has looked into importing a car here . . . Sounds like it will cost about $7000 including transport and import taxes. I'm seriously considering looking into it. I'd still save almost $30,000. Just no warranty.Cain-it said:PS I thought you wanted a manual Bill anyways
That car is still there. Saw it yesterday when I dropped of my S for service.....
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PS I thought you wanted a manual Bill anyways :huh:
Which model year is your car?There is absolutely no doubt that the Evora is fragile, unreliable, and you have to be insane to rationalize the purchase over a 911. I've had my Evora for 6 weeks and it's spent about 3 of those weeks at the dealer or garaged in limp mode with a pile of codes.
HOWEVER....you know the rest.