Philip Raby Porsche
Porsche Sales and Service
Any Porsche 997 Turbo is a treat, and this one is no exception. It’s a stunning low-mileage example, finished in rare GT Silver Metallic, which is a deeper, richer shade than the more usual Arctic Silver. It looks wonderful!
The interior is finished in Natural Grey Leather, which is a dark, almost black, shade. The cabin is well-specified with hard-back fully-electric Adaptive Sports seats with memory and heating, plus Sport Chrono Pack Plus, PCM sat-nav, Bose sound pack, cruise control, sunroof, multifunction steering wheel and Alcantara headlining.
Other options include rear Park Assist, Bi-Xenon headlamps, PASM (Porsche Active Suspension Management), Porsche VTS tracking system, and much more.
Sport Chrono Pack Plus is a must-have option for 997 Turbos. It includes a dash-top chronometer, plus sophisticated timing via the PCM screen. Most importantly, it adds a Sports button to the dash. When pressed, this firms up the suspension, gives a faster throttle response, and reprogrammes the Tiptronic transmission to hold lower gears longer, all of which combines to give an even more exciting driving experience.
The Porsche comes with a well-documented service history. It was last serviced in August 2017 at 41,275 miles.
Unless otherwise stated, all our cars are put through a thorough independent mechanical inspection and any faults found are rectified before sale. They are also issued with 12 months’ MoT (without any advisories) and a six month warranty underwritten by us. Part exchange and finance available – please click the Finance button below for details.
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