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Rusnak and Beverly Hills Porsche

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Part 1.) I'll be ordering an S this week. Wanted to update you guys on some info I got today. Bev Hills had a demo Macan with just the standard CDR+ and no PCM so I had the SA test some of the functions people (including myself) were wondering about without navigation module.

1. Smart phone streams music through Bluetooth without being plugged in anywhere. The song menu comes up if phone is plugged in but I dont believe it does through bluetooth. Don't remember 100% on this part.
2. Trip Odometer details and functions work on 7 inch screen
3. Cooling system settings were accessible on 7 inch screen
4. Anything that is viewable on big screen is also available on the instrument cluster screen from everything ive heard also

Seems like you could get away with CDR+ and cover PASM w AS which I have done alot of research on. I've seen all the standard non-AS Macans sitting at normal height and its not as aggressive looking as the lower stance created with the AS. Then when you factor in how much AS i.c.w PASM adds to performance characteristics it's a no brainer for me at this point.
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I bought a CS from BH Porsche and my Macan from Rusnak Thousand Oaks. Rusnak was a much better experience. It seems BH gets a lot of wanna bees and Rusnak gets more Porsche brand loyal folks. I found the SA knowledge level of the cars superior at Rusnak which would make sense if my assessment of the two dealerships is the case!

Adam, Sales Manager, Rusnak is a good guy. Very much not the "car sales manager" but a class act.
My Turbo was almost $90k, and a comparable loaded S would have cost me low 80's, about 8k less. When spending this kind of money the last thing I wanted was buyers remorse for not stepping up to the Turbo, especially when the delta (for me) was ~10%. I know myself, I felt and heard the difference between the two cars and I would have regrets and be trading up in less than one year. Others on this forum have already reported the same regret.

It also comes down to your expectations for the car, and what will satisfy you. I have owned many high performance cars and for me, the S would simply not be enough power to keep me happy. For each his own as they say, but be sure to measure thrice and cut once :)

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I could not agree more. Went in for an S and quickly realized the Turbo was for me. spent 93K but expect smiles for years.

I thought I would like my Evoque for a long time but got tired of it. Loved the looks but the 4 cylinder did not cut it. Took a nice bath on that car. I am going for "best in class" and think I hit it this time!
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