Porsche 944

Model Årgang Motor HK Km/t CO2
944 2.5 1991 2477 ccm 245 - -
944 1989 2477 ccm 159 - -
944 Turbo 1989 2479 ccm 215 260 -
944 1988 2479 ccm 159 - -
944 3 1988 2990 ccm 214 - -
944 S2 1988 2990 ccm 208 240 -
944 2.7 1988 2681 ccm 162 220 -
944 3.0 1988 2990 ccm 206 - -
944 Turbo 1988 2479 ccm 250 259 -
944 2.7 Automatic 1988 2681 ccm 162 219 -
944 1987 2479 ccm 149 - -
944 1986 2479 ccm 144 - -
944 S 1986 2479 ccm 187 227 -
944 1985 2477 ccm 144 - -
944 Turbo 1985 2479 ccm 220 245 -
944 1984 2479 ccm 144 - -
944 1982 2479 ccm 163 222 -
944 Automatic 1982 2479 ccm 163 - -
944 2.5 Automatic 1982 2479 ccm 162 - -
944 1981 2479 ccm 144 - -

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