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2017 Porsche Reviews

2017 Porsche 718 Cayman Road Test Review

Making a good thing way better
We've completely redesigned our brilliant little Cayman, adding the new-old "718" prefix in the process. Check out this review to find out what all the excitement is about...


2017 Porsche Macan Road Test

New entry-level Porsche is fuel-efficient and plenty of fun
Porsche has made its legendary combination of performance and luxury much more attainable for 2017, thanks to a new four-cylinder powered Macan. Check out this professional review of a near base model to find out more...


2017 Porsche Cayenne Platinum Edition Road Test Review

An especially handsome and value packed proposition
The Cayenne is one of few sport utilities that actually lives up to the first initial in SUV, whether zipping around in its most basic trim or leaving super sedans in a wake of dust in a Turbo S, and fortunately you...


2017 Porsche 718 Boxster S Road and Track Test Review

Down two cylinders yet better in every way
The all-new fourth-generation 2017 Boxster has been designated “718” to commemorate its transformation from six- to four-cylinder power, and while that’s not something that would normally be a celebratory milepost for the majority of performance fans, in this case it should be...


2017 Porsche Macan GTS Road Test Review

Performance and style that sets it apart
It just became easier to buy a new Porsche, with the storied brand’s 2017 Macan now available for just $52,700. That’s a $4,500 savings compared to last year’s base model, while entry-level Macan buyers will also see savings at the pump....


2017 Porsche 911 Carrera 4S Road Test Review

The most impressive 911 Carrera ever
Porsche’s 911 Carrera receives some sharp looking design updates for 2017, but so far all the talk has been focused on modifications below the skin. Introducing the biggest change to the iconic 911...


2016 Porsche Reviews

2016 Porsche Panamera GTS Road Test Review

Still most capable in class
So much attention has been heaped on the larger, more accommodating redesigned 2017 Panamera it only seems to make sense that sales of the outgoing 2016 model would be slowing down, but not so. Rather, the first-gen Panamera has been holding its own with similar volume to years past, with astute Porschephiles snapping these future collectables up before they disappear...