The 2010 Porsche 911 Turbo is an easy car to justify, if you can afford it. Outside of the large wad of six-figure money it would take to own any exotic sports car, the new Turbo has a good counter-argument to pretty much every argument a prospective owner – or cost-conscious significant other – could make against it.
“It’s not practical.” The 911 Turbo is no minivan, but it has a back seat, and decent-sized trunk.
“You can’t use it in the winter.” Sure you can. It has standard all-wheel drive, and various traction and stability systems. All it needs are winter tires.
“Doesn’t it look just like the last one?” Pretty much, yes – that’s just how new 911s are. (Some arguments are better than others, obviously).