Porsche Panamera (970) (2012)

You can drive this car in Europe (permission required) International licence accepted Airport drop off available

The Porsche Panamera is a luxury, executive saloon, from the Porsche garage which rivals the Maserati Quattroporte and top-end S-Class models. A practical 4 seater (5 at a push) with the sumptuous interior you'd expect from an established supercar marque - soft leather, GPS, air-conditioning, full colour touch screen media, and 20 inch alloy wheels.

Being typically Porsche, the seats are setup for speed, slightly inclined to keep the passengers firmly in place, should the driver decide to plant their right foot. The diesel Panamera doesn't pack the punch or performance of the Turbo but still boasts reasonable performance stats for a luxury family saloon, whilst still managing to maintain a modest 25mpg.

The Porsche Panamera is not to be hired for straight-line speed, but if you are after a family vehicle which makes a statement and still has a generous boot for the luggage, you can't go far wrong with the Stuttgarts offering.

The Porsche Panamera is available to hire from £345+VAT per day and readily available from the Birmingham and London areas to include Heathrow Airport, Gatwick Airport and Stansted Airport. A nationwide delivery/collection service is also available to accommodate the rest of the UK.

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Car Details

Body: Saloon Max Power: 247 bhp @ 3800 rpm
Gearbox: Paddle Shift Max Torque: 406 lb-ft @ 2250 rpm
Engine: 3.0 litre V6 Drive: RWD
0-62 mph: 6.8 seconds Gears: 8
0-100 mph: 16.8 seconds Doors: 4
Top Speed: 150 mph Seats: 5

Rental Details

Day Hire: £345 (100 free miles)
Mid Week Hire: £690 (200 free miles)
Long Wkend Hire: £1,035 (300 free miles)
Week Hire: £2,275 (700 free miles)
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