The average score of all new Porsche models on sale.
£40,108 - £180,514

8 Porsche models

RRP £76,967 - £155,319
Turbos make the 911 a devastatingly fast everyday supercar
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RRP £130,163 - £151,797
Sporty convertible that drives incredibly well
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RRP £145,773 - £180,514
Spectacular performance combined with everyday usability
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RRP £40,108 - £56,778
Convertible sports car is huge fun to drive
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RRP £53,044 - £95,778
Fast SUV with a range of powerful engines
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RRP £40,249 - £58,303
Well-built sports car is great to drive, sounds naff
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RRP £46,182 - £63,245
Class leading SUV corners like a sports car
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RRP £65,568 - £138,125
Four-door saloon with sports-car bashing performance
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About Porsche

Porsche has spent over 50 years developing the fabulous 911, a sports car that many enthusiasts consider to be one of the best in the world. The current generation features a huge range of models, from open Cabriolets and Targas, to turbocharged monsters and the formidable, track focused, GT3 RS.

The Boxster and the Cayman (now referred to as the ‘718’ models) were once overshadowed by the dominant 911. The most recent generations however, have gained a reputation for having superb handling and class-leading driving involvement.

The four-seat Panamera might have very divisive styling but it has received some exceptionally positive reviews from the motoring press.

One of the best-selling cars in the Porsche range is the Cayenne. This premium four-wheel drive vehicle is one of the best large SUVs to drive on the road, yet can hold its own in the mud when the going gets tough.