Porsche 911 GTS review: The cheapest but the best

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Good looks and track-ready performance
The 2018 Porsche 911 Carrera GTS with good looks, track-ready performance, and a starting price of $120,000 is an alternative to the ultra-exclusive 911 R and the flashy GT3. It’s the one you will want to take out with rear-wheel drive and a manual gearbox.
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What’s the difference?
The calm looking Porsche’s 911 GTS is the more-powerful, faster, tighter 911 and is meant to appeal to the discerning buyer—not flashy.

The Carrera GTS comes with Porsche’s famous boxer six engine tuned for 450-horsepower and 405 pound-feet of torque.

The twin-turbo 911 GTS hits 60 mph in 3.9 seconds in manual form, just 0.1 second slower than that GT3 with a top speed of just below 200 mph.
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A sporty punch and a sense of immediate power
The car has a sporty punch and a sense of immediate power, whether you are on the highway or on the streets of a counbtryside. The GT sport-style steering wheel and the response from the chassis and suspension are just magnificient.
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Save the Manual
The seven-speed, rear-wheel drive in particular merits mention. It’s run by a manual transmission, which is standard here but not on many other cars. In fact, not many cars these days, let alone Porsches, can claim that.
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Simply Iconic
The car with a chassis that is simply peerless is powered by an engine that seems to have reached new heights of perfection. The big rear tyres being pushed to their limits as the torque makes them squirm.
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