Porsche has been around for a very long time, and the 911 is one of the company's most popular cars. There have been other models throughout the decades that Porsche has been in existence, but the 911 is the one that the company has really built its reputation and its fan base on. The performance of this car is one of the reasons that so many people know and love the Porsche name, and why so many people strive to buy these kinds of cars, even though they can be expensive. The main thing that really sets the car apart, however, is that even though it is one car 'model,' there are different models and types that can be purchased, all of which bear the 911 name. It's something that's rather unique, and most car companies don't offer it. Add to that the performance and handling of the car as well as the style and the fact that it is surprisingly roomy for its size, and you have a winning combination that Porsche realized early on and that they have been smart enough not to tamper with since it was originally created. It's never a wise idea to mess with a good thing. For people who are looking to buy a Porsche 911 today, they can expect to spend between sixty-two thousand and one hundred thirty-four thousand for a brand new one. Many older ones that are still in very good condition can also be had, however, because some people do part with them, mostly when they buy a newer model of the same car. To find out more about them, you can visit a Porsche dealership. Surrey is one of the best places to do this because there is a great selection there and you should be able to find just what you're looking for, new or used. In order to get the right Porsche 911 for you, consider the engine size, whether it is all-wheel drive or not, and what year you want to buy (and can afford). If you take your time and work with the dealership you can get just what you're looking for at the right price and with the right features. Because the Porsche 911 is such a popular car and is so high-quality, people tend to hang on to the ones that they have for a long time, and when they trade up it's often for another 911 that's a newer model. That helps out dealerships, though, because it keeps them in business and offers them plenty of used cars to sell along with their new inventory.