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Just wondering if anyone knows if its possible to get a CPO porsche warranty on my own car after the factory warranty is up? I am sure I can find something to put on the car, but would like it to be the porsche one, unless someone can suggest something better. I am a good ways away, but I finally have a car I think I will keep for a long time and for better or worse, I love having a warranty.
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It's possible but it's not allowed. That doesn't mean it isn't ever done. Basically you'd have to sell the car to the dealer, they CPO it and sell it back to you.
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They likely use Fidelity or someone like that, just like everyone else. You are better off getting an exclusionary (usually called Platinum or something) warranty from Fidelity than getting the CPO one anyway, since CPO isn't transferrable usually.

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Just wondering if anyone knows if its possible to get a CPO porsche warranty on my own car after the factory warranty is up? I am sure I can find something to put on the car, but would like it to be the porsche one, unless someone can suggest something better. I am a good ways away, but I finally have a car I think I will keep for a long time and for better or worse, I love having a warranty.

You would have to sell the car back to the dealership and buy it back as a used car . It's cheaper to just fix it when it breaks.
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They likely use Fidelity or someone like that, just like everyone else. You are better off getting an exclusionary (usually called Platinum or something) warranty from Fidelity than getting the CPO one anyway, since CPO isn't transferrable usually.
Are you sure? CPO should transfer
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Are you sure? CPO should transfer
CPO is transferable if sold private party . It loses CPO status if traded in to a dealership . That's why many CPO owners often try to privately sell their cars hoping that the remaining warranty coverage is a perk .
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You specifically say CPO, so I assume you are in US, but in Australia I was told by my SA at delivery that you can extend the factory Porsche warranty after the standard 3 years runs out.
Not sure if this is available in other countries
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They likely use Fidelity or someone like that, just like everyone else.
What is your source for this? Link please

CPO is the same as a factory warranty backed by PCNA and paid by PCNA. If you have evidence to the contrary, please post for everyone.
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