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The Porsche 911 Targa will feature a classic in its design configuration. A configuration directly inherited from the earliest Targa signature , instead of evolving the concept presented in the latest variant of this type of bodywork. A configuration that leaves us without any frame between the back drop of the roof and the front frame, as if wearing the 997 generation of the Porsche 911.
While in Paris the firm has shown recent AWD versions 4 and 4S in Autocar been sighted and the next generation of the Porsche 911 Targa, warning of conception to the detriment of the last classic design seen sunroof + rear window accessible.
Under targa version of the images published by the British media, with a unit camouflaged yet, but with the hood, would leave us with a vision of 911 991 Targa similar to the Porsche 911 964 Targa , that is a glass rear window starting at a roof that can completely remove any frameless doors on (is it automatic retractable? manually be saved?).
For now do not know if it will be a hard or soft top. For months, following previous sightings unit testing Porsche 991 Targa , there was talk of a canvas roof for descapotar area, perhaps only it were new Targa camouflage and use a hardtop.
Of course if you opt for a configuration like the 964 Targa and also the roof is done on canvas, combination, from personal taste and aesthetic perspective strikes me as far more attractive than that used in the 911 997 Targa with a sliding glass roof and folding rear window. Hopefully from Porsche not take too long to show the new generation Targa.
Because of the necessity to own one, people have always dreamed of buying their own car. But what most people do not realize is that there are things they need to be familiar with before getting that car of their dreams.
Being able to know some of the important things needed before getting a car can help you get the right car for your budget and one’s custom needs that can both save you time and money as well as help the environment as well.
Though the tips car experts will give may vary depending on the type of car being bought, whether the car is brand new, used or is a classic restoration, certain things need to be researched and learned to be able to get the best car for you.
For those buying a used car, the most common questions to ask are number of previous owners, the car’s accident history, any mechanical problems and maintenance history as well as any custom changes done to the said car.
It is best to get used cars from people you know or are referred by them. For those who are looking for used cars, classified listings, or online used car sites are available. Car dealerships are also an option though at times they might cost more than a person to person transaction.
The next step to do after selecting the used car to purchase is to bring along a mechanic to do a full inspection of the car. This assures you that nothing gets overlooked and that there might be some damage that the owner may not be aware of.
Run a vehicle history report to get a full car history. This will provide such information such as if it was salvaged, stolen or recalled, the number of previous owners, any custom fits and packages it might have undergone as well as if it had failed an inspection.
Always read all the paperwork before you sign. Some car dealers provide an “as is” statement and this are the things one should be wary of. Make sure that you have 30 days to make sure that the used car you bought is in good condition.
Lastly, have financing and loan approvals done and ready before making the purchase. When getting a used car from a dealership, they will require you to provide relevant information and documentation similar to buying a brand new car.
For those who are buying a brand new car or a custom auto, always remember that car dealerships are there to make a profit. Knowing how to avoid the most common mistakes in buying a brand new car will help one get the best price possible for the car you want at car swap meets.
The best time to buy a brand new car is during the last two weeks of December or between the months of July to October. This is the time when the best prices for cars are offered.
Knowing how much the competition offers for the same type of car will help you get the deal you want and not take the deal they offer. This also includes whatever custom fits and packages you want added into your dream car.
Always remember your credit history and as such, never let the car dealers run a credit check on you without your permission. Also, do not give your license or social security number.
Some car dealers will specify that additional costs may be charged for cars that will be ordered from the factory. Take note that there should be no difference between those available on the lot from those that will be coming from the factory.
Lastly, make sure that there are no MSRP or price invoice sticker missing. Also check what custom trims and packages are available for the car you are looking at buying.