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CNET's Roadshow on the All-New Porsche 911

To quote CNET's Roadshow, if there were any doubt among purists about Porsche's now all-turbo 911 lineup, "the 2017 911 Carrera 4S hands out the cake on a fork and begs drivers to take a bite. Whether it's cruising down the expressway in proper grand-touring form or whipping about the back roads of Insert State Here, it's a delight."

CNET's test car came with the Sport Chrono Pack, which drops 0-60 down to 3.6 seconds in conjunction with the rapid-fire Porsche Doppelkupplung dual-clutch transmission, but feels quicker than that...

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New 2017 Porsche Macan Balances Porsche Performance with Practicality, Says AutoGuide

Sure, it could be considered a "cute 'ute." But the 2017 Macan is still all Porsche, says AutoGuide in a new review. While the Macan will appeal to a broader audience beyond Porsche's dedicated sports car purists and fans of the higher-end Cayman and Panamera, it delivers the driving experience one expects from the boutique German automaker.

The base Macan gets its power from a turbocharged four-cylinder engine. Borrowed from the Audi Q5, the 2.0-liter power plant has been reworked to make 252 horsepower and 273 pound-feet of torque — 32 more horsepower and...

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NY Times Reviews Redesigned 2017 Porsche 911

Porsche purists should stop reading now. Ok, let's get on to the news: all Porsche 911s are now turbocharged! That's right, no more water-cooled engines, never mind air-cooled. Times change, technology marches on. But the good news, according to auto critic Tom Voelk of The New York Times, is that the all-new 2017 edition of the Porsche 911 is better than ever. Click "play" in the video clip below to watch the full report.

The twin-turbo version of the flat-six engine is smaller now at 3.0 liters and more fuel-efficient. It also packs additional horsepower — 420 in…

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AutoGuide Reviews 2017 Porsche 718 Boxster S

A four-cylinder Porsche? Wie schreklich! That was the initial reaction among purists to the news the Porsche's new 718 Boxster would be a four-cylinder turbo model. But this newest Boxster delivers a pure luxury sports car experience that will be hard - if not impossible - to match by its competitors (does Porsche really have any competitors?). AutoGuide recently reviewed the all-new 718 Boxster and has the following report:

AutoGuide confirms the 718 sounds amazing, drives even better and remains one of the most genuinely engaging sports cars you can buy right now...

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