How much does a Porsche Turbo cabriolet cost and would u rather have the F430 or the turbo?

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fire burner...

How much does a Porsche Turbo cabriolet cost and would u rather have the F430 or the turbo?

Post by fire burner... » Sun Dec 28, 2008 3:34 am

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matteo c

How much does a Porsche Turbo cabriolet cost and would u rather have the F430 or the turbo?

Post by matteo c » Sun Dec 28, 2008 10:10 am

f430, it's alot more flamboyant and has a better sound, looks better, has paddle shifters with steering wheel suspension controls, alot more racing herritage and you can say I have a ferrari

C7S

How much does a Porsche Turbo cabriolet cost and would u rather have the F430 or the turbo?

Post by C7S » Sun Dec 28, 2008 3:46 pm

It costs around $140,000.

I would rather have the Porsche 911 Turbo Coupe, not convertible.

Convertibles are heavier and handle worse than Coupes.

911 Turbo accelerates faster than F430 and costs so much less and gets much better gas mileage.

Me!!!

How much does a Porsche Turbo cabriolet cost and would u rather have the F430 or the turbo?

Post by Me!!! » Mon Dec 29, 2008 1:24 pm

I'm a big Ferrari fan, but I've found their recent cars (360,430) just aren't as beautiful as their older models. Therefore i would have to say the 911 turbo. At the moment i have a 911 C4S and it is brilliant. I use it everyday and it is very very fast.
If it were me choosing it would be the 911 turbo and probbaly the coupe, because it's faster.

A 911 turbo cabriolet is about £110k


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indigo2impact

How much does a Porsche Turbo cabriolet cost and would u rather have the F430 or the turbo?

Post by indigo2impact » Mon Dec 29, 2008 2:06 pm

The MSRP is $139,300 for the US market as stated on Porsche's USA page on the Porsche site. I'd personally take the Porsche over the Ferrari. It's a much more reliable car.

And don't listen to the person who says convertibles handle worse than coupes, because that is not always the case. That statement is coming from someone who says, blue-gray smoke (burning oil) coming out of the exhaust on a Porsche is normal.

rob2fast4you

How much does a Porsche Turbo cabriolet cost and would u rather have the F430 or the turbo?

Post by rob2fast4you » Wed Dec 31, 2008 7:40 am

Really nice choice of cars. I really like both of them. I have driven in a ferrari 360 spider, not the f430 spider. I would still go with the porsche turbo , but the coupe, not the cabrio. It costs about $140,000, but you can get a used one for less. Porsche is a more practical car. you can go anywhere with it. If you used the ferrari, you would always be thinking about it, if someone is parking next to it. Best of luck.

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