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The 992 Carrera received some great praise, as it should from AutomobileMag in their latest review.

In the end they summarized it by saying "As far as I can tell, picking the Carrera S is the smart move if you're after a 911 with a manual transmission or that trick optional rear-wheel steering setup. Everywhere else, just stick with the 2020 Porsche 911 Carrera; it's capable of more than anything you could throw at it on-road, all without delivering punishment, pretention, or unapproachability—and this time, I mean it." and I have to agree!

Full Review: https://www.automobilemag.com/news/...era-test-drive-price-0-60-mph-specs-features/
 

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I think I can agree. I just traded my Cayman in and ordered a base Carrera with Premium Package, Sport Chrono/exhaust. For me, I will be able to take the car to its limits, improve my skills without going to jail. LOL
 

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I was lucky to buy a 2020 911 Carrera S early in 2020. This was my 11th 911 and first 992. I didn't track the car as it was my daily driver. It was so capable; Incredibly fast, comfortable , and competent. I sold it during the pandemic. I recently regretted this so was going to find another one. After a lot of research I concluded that for me the base car properly optioned was a better choice. The ride is a little smoother. It can do anything I need it to do. I don't feel like I am giving up anything by not upgrading to an "S" or beyond. I have a build slot for a white car with black glass roof, 20"-21" Carrera S wheels, Sports Chrono, Sport Exhaust, 14 way seats, Premium Package, Extended range fuel tank; 23.7 gal. After driving the base car, a Carrera S, and a 4S, I have concluded that for where I live, (Northern California), and for how I will use the car (daily driver), the base car is actually my preferred car. The new car should be here in September.
 
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