• Year of manufacture 
  • Mileage 
    154 000 km / 95 692 mi
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  • Electric windows
  • Drive 
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  • Metallic 
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  • Number of doors 
  • Number of seats 
  • Location
  • Exterior colour 
  • Gearbox 
  • Performance 
    150 PS / 111 kW / 148 BHP
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Porsche 924 S

The Porsche 924 S, introduced in 1986, represents an evolution of the original Porsche 924, which debuted in the mid-1970s.

The Porsche 924 S was powered by a 2.5-liter inline-four engine, producing approximately 150 horsepower. This engine was a significant upgrade over the original 924's powerplant, offering improved performance and responsiveness. It is the same Porsche engine, which was used in the 944.

The 924 S typically came equipped with a 5-speed manual transmission which is preferred by enthusiasts for their engagement and performance.

With its upgraded engine, the Porsche 924 S offered brisk acceleration and nimble handling characteristics. It could accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in around 7.5 seconds, with a top speed of approximately 220 km/h.

The exterior design of the 924 S remained largely unchanged from the original Porsche 924. It featured a sleek and aerodynamic body with pop-up headlights, a sloping hood, and a distinctive rear hatchback design. The interior was typically well-appointed, with comfortable seating and a driver-focused cockpit layout.

The 924 S benefited from Porsche's expertise in chassis tuning and suspension design. It featured a well-balanced chassis and responsive steering, providing excellent handling characteristics and a thrilling driving experience.

The Porsche 924 S enjoyed a reasonable level of popularity among enthusiasts, particularly those seeking a more affordable entry into the Porsche ownership experience. Its combination of performance, handling, and iconic Porsche styling made it a desirable sports car in its era.

The Porsche 924 S holds a place in Porsche's history as part of the brand's efforts to offer a more affordable sports car alternative. While it may not have achieved the same level of recognition as some other Porsche models, it remains a notable part of the brand's lineup from the 1980s.

This particular car is a german delivered one. The car is in its original configuration with the well known Pascha interior. It has a removable hardtop and a Porsche Classic Radio with Apple Carplay. The timing belt and further parts have been recently changed. The car has always been well maintained and was used partly as a daily car, which proves its reliability.

Overall, the Porsche 924 S from 1986 represents a blend of performance, handling, and iconic Porsche styling, making it a compelling option for enthusiasts seeking a classic sports car experience.

The indicated mileage has been taken from the odometer.

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