- 2dr Cabriolet Turbo
- Dark Green
- 3.6L horizontally-opposed DOHC DI 24V 6-cyl engine -inc: twin turbochargers, twin intercoolers, variable turbine geometry, dry sump lubrication
Lake Norman Auto Exchange
18637 Northline Dr. Suite D
Cornelius, NC 28031
Estimated By E.P.A.Actual Mileage May Vary
Vehicle Description2009 Porsche 911 Cabriolet Turbo. Porsche Racing Green Metallic exterior w/ Sand Beige Full Leather interior and a black cloth Cabriolet roof. 3.6L twin turbo charged, water cooled 6 cyl. engine pushing out 480hp w/ a Tiptronic S Automatic transmission. Comes optioned out w/ Premium wheels, bluetooth phone interface, premium Bose sound, Parking Assist System, Sport Chrono Package Turbo, Illuminating Door Entry Guards, and Much more. Original MSRP of $155,955. Meticulously taken care of by long-time PCA Member. Folder with past receipt history of service. Comes with Hard-top and hardware, Original Radio, Weathertech Mats, Original Window Sticker and Certificate of Authentication. Just Serviced and passed NC Inspection. Call today for more information @ 980-819-1792
*All Lake Norman Auto Exchange vehicles come with a complimentary 3 Month/3000 mile limited power-train warranty of up to $1000 and undergo a thorough 150+ Point Service Inspection. Visit Lake Norman Auto Exchange online at www.lknautoexchange.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 980-819-1792 today to schedule your test drive.
**Dealer Fee of $499 for all cars includes 150+ point inspection, the above stated warranty, Service & NC inspection, Detail, full tank of gas, and all DMV docs done by the dealer for your Tag/Title.
***LIVE VIDEO TOUR is available upon request with every car.
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