That's very nice. Someone put a lot of effort into making it look good and picking good options.This looks to be a great build, nearly fully optioned with the seldom found PTV. May 2017 build date so have a lot of original warranty left even before the cpo warranty kicks in. Hopefully someone here can grab this one.
Sounds like, um, sound thinking to me, unless I'm missing something....
I reasoned that if I bought a new Macan, it would be out of warranty in about 2.5 years, but the CPO car would have 3.0 more years left.
It was actually about 17% off list MSRP. I realize that I could have had 4 to 6K off list with new, but the CPO and Maintenance more than offset the difference to me. The first 40-50 K miles are usually warranty free, it is the next 50K+ miles that the warranty is really valuable. Now that Porsche CPO is unlimited miles, I can let the Good times Roll!!Is it 15% off from the original MSRP or 15% off from the advertised CPO price?
From my travels, any Macans at the dealer that were in the sub 10K Kms (6K Miles) territory were either demos or service loaners and those vehicles did not qualify for CPO as far as I know - might be wrong though...
Interested to hear what others say in this regard.
We would be able to certify the vehicle for you, but it would come at a higher cost. The CPO warranty is a $3,000 cost item and entitles you to 2yr/unlimited miles of coverage after the factory warranty expires.
Appreciate the input!Keep looking. This is Macan 'light'. You need air suspension, heated steering wheel, trailer hitch, just a ton of options not shown here. Bay area cars need top rails and ski racks to get to Tahoe. You can do better.