If you’re in the market for a stately, opulent four-door sedan, you could buy a 7-series BMW. And if you wanted a hard-cornering sports car to hammer the canyon twisties on Sunday morning, you could buy a Porsche 911. Or you could just buy one car: a Panamera.
To the chagrin of purists who snubbed the Panamera as a wannabe ripoff of the 911, the car has proven itself a truly worthy sports car, with a 0-60 time of 4.0 seconds and brilliant cornering. It’s head and shoulders above the Aston Martin Rapide and Maserati Quattroporte—it’s only rivals, really.
This 2010 Porsche Panamera Turbo is high on the Panamera food chain, just a notch below the supercar Turbo S. The miles are lowish, and the $96k buy-it-now seems like a heckuva price compared with the $139k you’d pay for a new one. I dig the cognac interior, and the black paint, black rims and tinted rims look downright sinister.
See the listing here: 2010 Porsche Panamera Turbo