Getting a used vehicle is a bit tricky, but if you are careful and lucky, you can end up with a very good car at a good price in your garage. The critics of the vehicles have disliked the unchanged 46-year-old design and its relationship to the Volkswagen Beetle for very long, but such criticism became irrelevant in 1989 when the 964 came to market. When the vehicle went into its new generation, we saw a great change in its design. The 3.6-liter engine was added, which would develop 236bhp, in place of the 3.2-liter flat-six. It was quite enough for the car. He said that the firm has imported a small number of products to the country for assessment, and its recent drive hasn’t affected his desire to bring the car here.
The Tiptronic automatic option was offered, the addition of which remained controversial, as it added around 100kg to the curb weight, and also it increased the time it took to reach 61mph by 0.8sec. But, it was offered only on the rear-wheel-drive Carrera 2. However, it still got plenty of manual car’s dynamic charm. If you travel a lot in urban areas, it could be a good option for you, and if you read some contemporary reviews, you would know that it’s a lot slicker than what you may have imagined.
The top-rung Turbo should be your priority if you want full-bore, tail-out antics. The updated version of the 3.3-liter motor was provided by the blown 964 until 1993. It developed up to 368bhp, making it one of the most irrational performance cars of that era. It gave great competition to the vehicles like Ferrari Testarossa.
If you want a pre-1993 example, you will have to pay in six figures, and if you want an exclusive version of the 3.6-liter model of 1993, be ready to pay several times more.