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2012 Porsche 911 (991) Carrera S- Start up sound

Recorded a great sounding cold start-up when I test drove the all new 2012 Porsche 911 (991) Carrera S coupe in Black with a Black standard interior. *** UPDATE: JUST ORDERED A 2014 PORSCHE CARRERA 3.4 IN BLACK WITH BLACK INTERIOR AND BLACK 20 INCH CARRERA S WHEELS. ARRIVAL SET FOR WEEK OF 11/8/13. SOME VIDEOS UPLOADED TO MY SITE*** My take on the 991 after taking This particiular test drive: The driving experience for me was a positive one. The 991 felt vastly improved over the 997 model. The ride was much more compliant and smoother- especially at highway speeds and on poorly paved roads, acceleration was stronger, interior design much improved, and the interior/exterior engine and Exhaust note was much more to my liking than the 997s acoustics..even the steering (which I have heard some negative things about) was up to par. A great car inside and out!


 


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