Thank you about the service history (lack off) and Porsche dealers honor warranty.I would be very careful.
Funny how the dealer is quoting facts from Experian Auto Check without providing a link to the actual Auto Check Report as other dealers do.
I also see a huge red flag in that the dealer is claiming Experian shows the car had Personal ownership whereas Carfax tells a different story. Is this an indication the dealer is dishonest, or is it merely an innocent mistake?
While it's great that the car is still under warranty, if there's a problem can you prove the car was properly serviced? I'm assuming there are no service records with the car, but what does Carfax show? If Carfax shows it was properly serviced, will PCNA accept that as proof if there is a disputed warranty claim? I'm not sure of the answer.
When I was shopping for a Macan I noticed this dealer repeatedly had highly optioned Macans at seemingly great prices compared to the authorized Porsche dealers. I don't recall any forum member mentioning anything about this dealer, positive or negative.
I just read this thread so don't know all the details. You have no maintenance record? Get a PPI done. Porsche knows everything done to the car, at least by a Porsche dealer.could you educate me with " 'corporate car' " ?
i thought that this is like a company own vehicle to drive boss around.
High mileage usually means lots of freeway miles, which in turn means a lot of engine running time at working temperature = better than lots of short trips and sporty acceleration before the engine has warmed up.
I bought mine with 3 years and almost 50k. I had an issue with a leaky head gasket (apparently a common problem) so make sure that is checked. Mine was fixed under warranty.