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Porsche 911 shows off practicality with 2014 lineup

Loeber Motors near Chicago stocks impressive inventory of new and used luxury sports cars

CHICAGO, March 31, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Perhaps the hardest thing about buying a sports car is trying to justify its driving purposes. For a long time, the general notion about small two-door sports cars was that they only served a purpose for Sunday afternoon cruises and young care-free lifestyles. Looking to change all of that, the inventory of 2014 Porsche 911 models at one Chicago-area dealership proves that the evolution of the sports car has reached everyday driving and life practicality while still delivering expected driving excitement.

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Breaking down the vehicle and its key aspects, Loeber Motors near Chicago shows interested vehicle shoppers that the 2014 Porsche 911 is a car not only suited for the track, but one that could prove to be a functional everyday driver as well. The 2014 Porsche 911 comes with many standard modern comfort and safety features that prove to be well versed for nearly every commute. Among the features that make the 911 models standout as such a practical option is an available all-wheel drive system, seating for four passengers, a luxury- and technology-minded interior cabin and a surprisingly fuel efficient lineup of engines. In addition, the 911 is offered in both a manual and automatic gearbox transmission option to match any driver's skill level.

The 2014 Porsche 911 models, despite its driver intuitive features and refined interior space, still offer very much of the world-class performance ability that made it a legend in the automotive industry. Thanks to its high-output boxer-style engine, the 911 delivers impressive acceleration and top speed ability well beyond that of most cars on the road. All Porsche vehicles, including the 911, perform on such a high level because they are outfitted with many extra performance components and are built with a higher level of craftsmanship, which makes them some of the most advanced driving vehicles ever produced. Highlights include the car's world-famous suspension, advanced braking systems and precise manual and automatic transmission offerings.

To learn more about the 2014 Porsche 911 or any other new Porsche or Mercedes-Benz vehicles, interested parties are encouraged to contact Loeber Motors online or by phone at 855-456-3237. Loeber Motors also stocks a large assortment of pre-owned vehicles to shop from.

Media Contact: Joe Hill, Loeber Motors, 1-855-456-3237, [email protected]

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