What Are the Differences in the Porsche Trim Levels?

There's a reason drivers near Chandler and Scottsdale choose Porsche. The auto maker's commitment to excellence in performance, comfort, and design is seldom matched. Each model strives to set the bar for quality in its respective class -- but not all models are the same. Within each Porsche model, you'll find a range of trim levels. Each one includes its own set of features and performance levels.

So, what differentiates these trim levels? For starters, each model has a base trim. For most, that base trim is simply the model name; e.g., 718 Cayman, 718 Boxster, Panamera, Macan, etc... From there, trim levels start to vary between models. To help you get a better handle on popular Porsche trim levels, here's a brief overview.

S: Moving up to an S trim typically means getting a boost in power and performance. For example, the 718 Cayman S makes a potent 350 horsepower. That's a full 50 extra horsepower over the standard 718 Cayman. Models may also see minor cosmetic upgrades like larger wheels and different paint options.

Turbo: While all Porsche models are designed to deliver an exciting driving experience, those bearing the Turbo badge place a particular emphasis on performance. Alongside Porsche's refined design and comfort, Turbo models use forced induction to achieve impressive power. Models like the Panamera Turbo and 911 Turbo 911 Turbo reach well past 500 horsepower to deliver world-beating speed and acceleration. To keep that power under control, Turbo trim models get extra features like upgraded brakes.

Platinum: This trim comes available with the Cayenne SUV. The Cayenne Platinum Edition offers a range of premium comfort features. From supple leather upholstery to audio and safety technology, the Platinum trim knows how to take care of its passengers.

AWD: As the name suggests, AWD trim-equipped models come with all-wheel drive. That advantage of this features is improved grip and handling both around corners and through tough weather conditions. AWD can be paired with a variety of other trim levels like S and Turbo.

To find out more about Porsche trims and models, visit our dealership near Phoenix, Tempe, and Mesa.

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