Porsche has a deserved reputation for making some of the finest sports cars money can buy. The 911 has looked the same for years, but is fantastic to drive, while the Boxster and Cayman feature incredible handling. The Cayenne SUV and Panamera add luxury to the mix.

  • Porsche Cayman

    Porsche wants the Porsche Cayman to be seen as more than just a Porsche Boxster with a fixed roof, which is why it separates the two cars in its price lists. There's some logic to the decision, with the Cayman appealing to a slightly more discerning driver. It shares much with its Porsche Boxster relative though, including a 3.4-litre six-cylinder engines, but amazingly it feels even more involving and enjoyable to drive – although it lacks the Porsche Boxster's open-air appeal.

    Porsche Cayman coupe

    3 Doors
    £39,878 - £48,834
    4.6 / 5
  • Porsche Boxster

    It's the cheapest car that Porsche sells, but there's nothing basic about the Porsche Boxster! Available with a flat-six cylinder engine that's mid-mounted behind the cockpit, both the standard Porsche Boxster and faster Porsche Boxster S deliver fantastic performance and huge driver appeal. It's rightfully the car by which other open-topped two-seater sports cars are measured, and the Porsche Boxster's phenomenal handling, responsive controls and power combine to create one of the best sports cars money can buy.

    Porsche Boxster roadster

    2 Doors
    £41,739 - £50,695
    4.7 / 5
  • Porsche Macan

    The Porsche Macan is the firm's latest SUV. It has a spacious cabin, with a decent-sized boot, and space for five people. The Porsche can be had as the Macan S petrol, Macan S Diesel, and the Macan Turbo. The Porsche is not cheap to buy, and is also quite expensive to run, but it does have better on-road performance than any of its rivals. 

    Porsche Macan SUV

    5 Doors
    £43,553 - £62,540
    4.1 / 5
  • Porsche Cayenne

    The arrival of the big Porsche Cayenne SUV upset Porsche's traditional sports car buyers, who felt it wasn’t worthy of the firm's heritage. Ultimately though, the car has been a huge success. Porsche's engineers have delivered what many thought impossible, giving this large, four-wheel-drive machine the driving characteristics of a sports car. Entry-level models are comfortable and capable, while Porsche Cayenne S and Turbo versions are incredibly rapid. Running costs are high, however - even the fuel saving Porsche Cayenne Hybrid is expensive to run - but quality shines though from the bottom to the top of the range.

    Porsche Cayenne SUV

    5 Doors
    £52,689 - £119,720
    3.9 / 5
  • Porsche Panamera

    More a four-seat sports car than a limousine, the hatchback Porsche Panamera is extraordinarily capable. Two or four-wheel-drive versions are available, and drivers can choose from a variety of engines - 3.6-litre V6, a 4.8-litre V8 or 4.8-litre twin-turbo V8 petrols, a 3.0-litre V6 diesel and a 3.0-litre petrol-electric hybrid. Inside, the car is beautifully trimmed, and it's almost as much fun to ride in the back as it is to drive.

    Porsche Panamera hatchback

    5 Doors
    £63,913 - £131,152
    3 / 5
  • Porsche 911

    No sports car has been around as long, won so many races and sold in such great numbers as the Porsche 911. Although the car is only available as a coupe or convertible, the model range is vast - with everything from the relatively basic Porsche Carrera coupé to the wild Porsche 911 Turbo on offer. In between you’ll find rear-wheel and four-wheel drive models, manuals, automatics, Cabriolets, the glass-roofed Targa, wickedly fast Turbo and Turbo S and track-focused specials like the Porsche 911 GT3.

    Porsche 911 coupe

    2 Doors
    £76,412 - £145,773
    4.5 / 5
  • Porsche 911 cabriolet

    2 Doors
    £85,253 - £154,614
    3.8 / 5
  • Porsche 911 Targa

    2 Doors
    £90,240 - £99,684
    4 / 5