I have never bought a new car but I am surprised it sat on the lot that long with a low fuel tank. Is that normal?
Interesting point. In my experience the typical new car (all brands, not just Porsche) sitting on a dealer lot does not have much fuel in it. And then the other question is does not the fuel start to break down over that long a period? Is the typical car dealer going to be bothered adding fuel stabilizer? Is fuel stabilizer added at the factory?
I recall when Vandit bought his first Turbo it was nearly two years after the build date and it had only 300 miles on it, assumedly demonstration miles. But he did not mention any issues due to old fuel.
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