2020 McLaren GT vs. 2020 Porsche 911 Turbo S

2020 McLaren GT

vs.

2020 Porsche 911 Turbo S
$2,457/month

24-month Lease

$3,741/month
$2,182/month

36-month Lease

$3,142/month
203 mph

Top Speed

205 mph
9.2 seconds

0-124 mph time

9.0 seconds
5.3 cubic feet (front) + 14.8 cubic feet (rear)

Cargo

4.5 cubic feet (front) + 9.3 cubic feet (rear)


When comparing the McLaren GT vs. the Porsche 911 Turbo S, one of the first things that will strike Jupiter drivers is how similar these two models are. Yes, the Porsche has an infinitesimal advantage when it comes to speed, but the McLaren GT is much roomier, virtually as fast, and much more affordable. Read on to compare the McLaren to the Porsche, and then fill out a pre-approval and value your trade.

2020 McLaren GT vs. Porsche 911 Turbo S: Price

The MSRP for the 2020 McLaren GT is $210,000, whereas the MSRP for the 2020 Porsche 911 Turbo S is $217,000. While the McLaren GT is somewhat less than the Porsche, both of these models are in the same niche price bracket.

Despite the marginality of the price difference, the McLaren is much less costly to lease. Since the majority of customers shopping for a supercar opt for a lease, Wellington drivers deciding between a McLaren or Porsche should note that you pay much less each month for a McLaren that is the essential equivalent of the Porsche 911 Turbo S. Here is a breakdown of how much you’ll save on your monthly dues when you choose the GT:

2020 McLaren GT Lease Price

  • 24-month Lease: $1,284 less per month
  • 36-month Lease: $960 less per month

2020 McLaren GT vs. Porsche 911 Turbo S: Performance

Why, then, would Palm Beach Gardens drivers consider paying so much more each month for a Porsche lease? Considering these models have similar MSRP’s and are designed to compete head-to-head, it should give pause. The primary reason the Porsche 911 Turbo S comes with a higher price tag is because it’s 0-60 mpg time is 2.6 seconds compared to the McLaren GT’s 3.1 seconds. Furthermore, the Turbo S’s 0-124 mph time is 9 seconds, compared to the McLaren GT’s time of 9.2 seconds. The Porsche also tops out at 205 mph compared to the GT’s top speed of 203 mph. But this begs the question, “Are these very slight differences in performance worth the steep hike in price?”

Test Drive the 2020 McLaren GT at McLaren Palm Beach

At McLaren Palm Beach, we believe that the satisfaction of making a smart investment in the  high-value McLaren GT is more powerful that the extra 2 mph you get from the Porsche 911 Turbo S’s top speed. Palm Beach Gardens drivers looking to try out the GT can give our sales team a call at 855-696-2527. If you have additional questions, don’t hesitate to reach out or consult our helpful guides on all things McLaren for information on everything from how to program your key fob to the latest McLaren news.

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