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post #21 of 23 (permalink) Old 11-14-2016, 06:57 PM
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11 years owning Jaguars, zero oil seepage

2 years owning Audi, zero oil seepage

6 months owning Macan S diesel, zero oil seepage

3 months owning Macan Turbo, zero oil seepage.

10 years owning six different non Harley motorcycles, zero oil seepage.
Only zero oil seepage is the norm and hence acceptable
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If this were my car, I'd be insisting it be resolved. No way would I accept oil leaking on my garage floor from a brand new Porsche.
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Here I am.
Macan Turbo MY17, May delivery, today's 6000 km.
In July, oil leak of the gearbox, replacing the sump gasket.
Yesterday, new oil leak of the gearbox, the car is in the workshop and will have to dismantle everything to understand where originates the loss.
Porsche quality? Zero, in my experience.
Also, my turbo consumes one liter of oil every 7,000 kilometers.
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