If you have ever liked a vehicle to an extent that you can’t decide what configuration options to choose, you know how difficult this process could be. And when the vehicle is Porsche 911 only loyal customers could know the hard work that goes behind choosing the best configuration option.
The 1992-generation version of the vehicle provides a range of options and you have to choose the one that could make a great model. If you go back to the 1960s and see the sales brochure of the vehicle you would be amazed by how simple it was. Of course, that was before the Peugeot started making headlines. In those brochures, you were only provided with some and simple details like the handbrake drum diameter and where the engine is located. There were some columns of figures but without any variation. The brochure did have a small note at the bottom where they mentioned that the vehicle comes with additional gear sets. The brochure was like a mechanical menu and nothing else.
However, the 2021 model is completely different and you wouldn’t believe the 1960s brochures belong to this vehicle. The today’s brochures are heavier than the previous ones, not only in terms of pages but also the information it contains.
There are so many options for even the smallest things that before you select one option, you are confused by another. They have offered so many dynamic options that it’s very possible for the two models to behave very differently on the track. But, it does not mean it won’t get expensive, there are some options that would make you pay a lot more than what you would pay for other options.
The price difference between the two versions of the vehicle could be as much as 39k, which means for that much money you can get an Alpine A110. It would be very difficult for you to decide what options can give you the best vehicle at the best price and you may end up getting a vehicle at a lower cost that is really good, or pay more money and get an average model.