The ultimate 911 in Porsche’s 2015 model range, this Turbo S Coupe was ordered in Black over a premium two-tone leather interior in Black and Garnet Red. It was configured at an original sticker price of over $191k with a sliding glass sunroof, Premium Package Plus, and the Burmester High-End Infotainment Package. Supported by a long history of dealership service, this Turbo S was acquired by its owner from Porsche Freeport in October of 2021 and is now being offered for auction out of New York showing approximately 53k miles on the odometer.
This Coupe wear nonmetallic Black paint and Turbo-specific bodywork including wide fenders with integrated side air intakes as well as speed-activated spoilers at the front and rear. Yellow calipers are included with ceramic brakes and the car rides on factory 20” 911 Turbo S center-lock wheels dressed in Pirelli P Zero tires. Additional images are provided in the gallery along with a clean CARFAX report.
The interior is appointed with premium two-tone Black and Garnet Red full leather upholstery including a crested center console lid and carbon fiber trim inlays. Optional features include an electric slide/tilt sunroof in glass, heated front seats, and Premium Package Plus which adds parking sensors, a reversing camera, front-seat ventilation, and keyless entry/start.
A 7-speed dual-clutch PDK transmission drives all four wheels and is paired with a twin-turbocharged 3.8-liter flat-six engine producing up to 560 HP and 516 lb.-ft of torque. Acceleration from 0-60 MPH takes place in less than 3 seconds while stopping power is derived from Porsche Ceramic Composite Brakes (PCCB). The Turbo S also comes standard with Sport Chrono Package, Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM), and rear-axle steering. The CARFAX report shows a history of dealership maintenance, and the seller reports an oil change was completed under their ownership along with the replacement of an A/C condenser.
This sale will include a clean title (lien).
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I’ve also decided to replace the rear bumper so the new owner will have the car in flawless condition. Once you see the car in person it will be clear that this vehicle was well kept inside out.
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@RennStout understand, well the records indicate the only thing that was recommended by the dealer was front tires . Everything else is in great condition and does not call for additional maintenance at this time .
@RennStout Yes I do have service records from the most recent and only oil change the car has had during my ownership.
Not to imply it hasn’t been serviced on schedule, just requesting if you have more personal documentation from your ownership service since the carfax last lists service at 33k. Thanks
@tattooritualny thanks for responding. My question is specifically in regards to the carfax noting last dealer service at 33k miles. Any more specific info on next recommended dealer service (45, 50 or 60k?) as well as brake pad measurements and tire date code and treat measurements would be very beneficial. I can’t speak for everyone but I am looking at this from the perspective of potential day 1 expenses given those questions. If the car is due for dealer service and brake maintenance (flush, pads, rotors) then there could be quite the added costs to immediate ownership.
Sorry to bring it back up and ask for more specific info but it will make the difference for bidding at least for me and possibly others who have 911 ownership experience and have gotten those large bills to properly maintain these machines. Thanks!
@RennStout the brakes are fine it has carbon ceramic brakes .
@RennStout I service the car on schedule. I cannot account for previous owner obviously. But car was well maintained to my knowledge.
@Ajpower the tires are in good shape . My last visit to service the dealer suggested I should change the front tires . The rears are like new .
Beautiful car. Can @seller please comment on service needs and lack of history since 2019. I see oil change completed with current ownership but no other service since 33k miles. Please also comment on brake life. PCCBs are spendy. Thanks!
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Would you comment regarding the Pirelli tires? Specifically age and tread wear.
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