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2013 Porsche 911 Comfort & Quality

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With leather seats, across the dash, and many other places in the cabin, the 2013 Porsche 911 feels and looks more like a typical luxury sedan than a bare-bones sports car.

Adding to the elegant feel, aluminum accents highlight key design elements, while most of the controls and functions are delegated to high-quality plastic switchgear.

The front seats are comfortable and easy to get into. Available sport seats add more bolstering and hard-driving support while still suiting a wide range of body types. Rear-seat leg room is minimal to non-existent, however, especially if the front-seat occupants are on the taller end of the spectrum.

Fantastic fit and finish, excellent materials, and ample features make the 2013 Porsche 911 a no-compromises sports car.

Inside the cabin, there's not very much storage space--unless you re-purpose the rear seats--but it's about on on par for the sport coupe class.

Located in the front, the trunk is spacious and deeper than you might expect. There's room enough for a pair of weekend bags or a few days' groceries, helping to keep the 911's reputation as one of the most daily-life-friendly sports cars.

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