The 911 3.2 Carrera (1984-1989) replaced the successful SC, with a new 3.2-liter, flat six (207-hp in the States, 231-hp elsewhere) doing 0-60 mph in 6.3 seconds (5.4 elsewhere), and larger disc brakes slowing it back down. Electronic controls brought better economy, cleaner emissions, and a horsepower boost (to 217-hp in 1986). Air conditioning was greatly improved with the Carrera, and it was improved again in 1986. Like the SC that preceded it, the Carrera was a refined, reliable, and eminently drivable evolution of the 911.
The turbocharged 930 (1974-1989) was once again available to Americans in 1986, although emissions concessions reduced performance dramatically.