Before you do any business with Paul Miller strongly suggest you read the recent thread about Lefizzet’s experience with his oil pressure problem, how Paul Miller destroyed his engine, and that he was without his car for nearly 3 months waiting for them to correctly replace the engine.Scheduled a service with Paul Miller. SA had to push off once due to the snowstorm a while but called me in advance to apologize for no loaners and rescheduled mine. I remember when I was buying the car early Feb last year, Ray Catena sales guys were really cocky but their discounts were aggressive. I guess that was due to inventory and EOM numbers etc. Bought my car from Princeton, decent discount and much better experience. It's funny that Princeton fired almost all of their sales guys(junior?) soon after covid started...i found out from my sales after i had the car for 1 month. On a separate note, Paul Miller sales guy gave me the top notch experience -- patient, sincere, and not even slightly pushy. I test drove 3 cars back to back after work around 7pm. He literally said "whether you buy from me or not, the shopping is be part of your porsche experience, and it should be at the same level of porsche cars." ...very impressive..Too bad that Paul Miller's discounts were no where near Princeton or Ray Catena. But think i'd order my 992 with him some time later.
try thiswhere are these mythical $225 oil changes in NJ?
Had a very negative sales experience with Monmouth. I ordered a car from them and when the estimated delivery date approached I contacted them for an update and was told my car was delayed for an undetermined period due to a parts shortage. But I was able to see my commission number was built to a similar but different spec. Even worse, based on the build date they knew I was not getting my car long before I inquired, but they never even bothered to tell me. So they gave my build slot to a different customer.Have heard a lot of good things about Monmouth a little further south, you should check them out.