When you're thinking of buying a Porsche, sometimes the models, designations and numbers can get a little daunting, so we thought it might help if we explained things a little. Of course, if you really want to know what's great about each model then you should come down and talk to us - but hopefully this guide will give you a feel for the different models.
The absolute icon of sports car perfection that has been in continuous development since its debut in 1964. The classic rear engined configuration with a flat six engine has always produced a thrilling drive, and over the years the 911 has been an incredible success.
First introduced in 1996, the Boxster was the first Porsche vehicle designed purely as a Roadster from conception. The Boxster took styling cues from legendary earlier Porsche models including the Spyder and Speedster, and was an immediate success at launch.
The Cayman is a coupé based on the second generation of Porsche Boxster, with the same mid-engined layout but presented with revised styling and a 'hard top' roof. It was, like the Boxster, an immediate critical success upon launch winning several major awards.
A very capable on and off-roader, the Cayenne has been a stunning success. It features a sophisticated full-time four wheel drive system and when that is combined with the Porsche Traction Management, you have a highly stable traction system.