Model Year 2010 Porsche U.S. Pricing

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PORSCHE U.S. PRICING – MODEL YEAR 2010

 

Boxster $47,600

Boxster S $58,000

Boxster Spyder $61,200

Cayman $51,400

Cayman S $61,500

911 C2 Coupe $77,800

911 C2S Coupe $88,800

911 C2 Cabriolet $88,800

911 C2S Cabriolet $99,800

911 C4 Coupe $84,100

911 C4S Coupe $95,100

911 C4 Cabriolet $95,100

911 C4S Cabriolet $106,100

911 Targa 4 $92,100

911 Targa 4S $103,100

911 GT3 $112,200

911 GT3 RS $132,800

911 Turbo Coupe $132,800

911 Turbo Cabriolet $143,800

911 Turbo S Coupe $159,100

911 Turbo S Cabriolet $170,200

Panamera $74,400

Panamera 4 $78,900

Panamera S $89,800

Panamera 4S $93,800

Panamera Turbo $132,600

Cayenne $45,500

Cayenne S $60,700

Cayenne S Transsyberia $70,800

Cayenne GTS $72,400

Cayenne Turbo $99,900

Cayenne Turbo S $126,300

 

Prices do not include destination charges:

 

The U.S. destination charge for sports cars is $950

 

The U.S. destination Cayenne SUVs and Panamera Gran Turismos is $975.

 

As of February 2010

 

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