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Porsche Panamera Warranty

Porsche Panamera

Have you found your perfect Porsche Panamera? Are you looking for a warranty for your pre-owned Porsche Panamera but have no idea where to start? We want to help guide you find the best warranty out there. One very important thing to remember whenever you purchase a Porsche is the Porsche warranty. Porsche extended warranties are not a luxury but a necessity. It is important to have a warranty because of the high value of Porsche cars. The first thing you need to do to obtain your Porsche Panamera extended warranty is to contact a vehicle warranty provider and discuss what level of coverage you want to receive. How much you pay will be for the coverage you choose. Luckily, with warranty coverage, you can provide yourself with the peace of mind that in case of an emergency repair or situation, you’re covered!

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Porsche Extended Warranty

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Are you interested in or looking for a Porsche warranty but have no idea where to start? We want to help guide you on your search for the best warranty you can find whether it be for a Boxster, Cayman, Carrera GT,911/991,Panamera, Cayenne, etc. One very important thing to remember when purchasing a Porsche is the Porsche warranty. Porsche extended warranties are not a luxury but a necessity. It is important to have a warranty because of the high value of Porsche cars.

Whether you own or are financing a Porsche, you can be sure to expect paying for several repairs during its lifetime. These cost can get quite expensive and usually come at the most unexpected time. Having a Porsche extended warranty will cover these expensive costs and guarantee you peace of mind. One predictable monthly payment is more agreeable compared to an enormous, unexpected repair bill. Most vehicle warranties come with benefits such as a basic warranty coverage, roadside assistance, and corrosion guarantee. Keep in mind most vehicles do not come with a powertrain warranty. Sometimes you can purchase extra benefits such as extended towing benefits on top of the existing package. Some of these companies may also offer different stages of warranty packages that vary in price and benefits. This all depends on the company with which you’re working!

It’s important to know all the facts before purchasing a Porsche extended warranty. Some important questions to remember about purchasing a warranty for your vehicle:

• Can these repairs be done at any licensed shop?

• Is the warranty transferrable?

• Can you cancel this warranty at anytime?

• What is the amount of your deductible?

• Are your aftermarket parts covered (if applicable)?

• Do they assist with rental coverage while your vehicle is being fixed?

The first thing you need to do to obtain your Porsche extended warranty is to contact a vehicle warranty provider and discuss what level of coverage you want to receive. How much you pay will be for the coverage you choose. Luckily, with warranty coverage, you can provide yourself with the peace of mind that in case of an emergency repair or situation, you’re covered!

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Porsche Leasing



Have you always wanted a Porsche? Have you been reluctant to find out how you can own one? Well we’re here to help you turn your dream into a reality with Porsche leasing. Porsche leasing companies were established to assist customers with acquiring the Porsche they have been searching for. Porsche leasing takes the stress out of the ownership and maintenance of a Porsche. Through a Porsche leasing agent, you can own a Porsche at a lower cost than buying it out right. Through a Porsche leasing agreement, you will have the ability to immediately get yourself behind the wheel of a new Porsche vehicle.

Porsche leasing is here to turn your Porsche dreams into a Porsche driving reality. With the abundant choices of Porsche leasing options available to you from Porsche financing companies, you no longer have a legitimate excuse to be a Porsche daydreamer. Instead, all you have to do is pick up the phone and call Porsche financing today! Porsche financing will work with you to find a Porsche lease that meets both your Porsche needs and your personal financial requirements.

Porsche leasing by Porsche financing is the easiest way to get you into the driver's seat of a brand new Porsche. With a Porsche lease you agree to pay Porsche financing a set monthly rate. In exchange, Porsche financing gives you the keys to drive your own Porsche. Most Porsche lease agreements are for a set term and are renewable. A typical Porsche leasing agreement also lets you put part of your monthly payments towards purchasing the Porsche title from Porsche financing.

No Matter if you’re looking for a Boxster, Cayman, Carrera GT, 911/991, Panamera, Cayenne, etc, we’ve got you covered. There are many people interested in leasing a sports car like a Porsche that might be apprehensive about it. This could be due to lack of information about the topic. Here at duPont REGISTRY, we want to ease your worries and provide you with the right information to point you in the direction of the perfect Porsche for you!

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Porsche will be adding new vehicles to U.S. lineup

Porsche 911 Carrera S Cabriolet

Porsche will be adding several new vehicles to its U.S. lineup over the next two years, clearly trying to strengthen its U.S. sales by offering a wider variety of vehicles. The first new addition is something with which we’re already familiar; the newly redesigned 911 Carrera sheds its hermit-like hard top for two new soft-top editions: the 350-hp 911 Porsche Carrera Cabriolet and the 400-hp 911 Carrera S Cabriolet.

The Panamera family will also be getting a new sibling in the form of the 430-hp GTS. This vehicle bridges the gap between the 400-hp Panamera 4S and the 500-hp Turbo via revisions for more power to the 4S’s naturally aspirated 4.8-liter V-8 engine.

Porsche Panamera GTS

The Cayenne’s lineup is getting a new addition as well, and this addition will mark Porsche’s first diesel in the U.S. market. It is logically named the Cayenne Diesel and is set to be released in the second half of 2012.

The last of Porsche’s new additions will be the all-new Cajun, which is a smaller, sportier version of the Cayenne SUV set to be released in 2013.

[via Inside Line]

Porsche Cayenne Diesel

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Cars of the 2010 SEMA Show

As a follow up to our “Girls of the 2010 SEMA Show” spread, and to prove our interest in these shows goes beyond attractions of the flesh, we are proud to bring to you the Cars of the 2010 SEMA Show. View all the cars of the 2010 SEMA Show here. Photos come courtesy of Richard Robello at Auto-focus.us. Follow the link for the full Auto-Focus Facebook gallery.

Dodge 2010 SEMA Show

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Porsche recalls all 11300 Panameras

Porsche has recalled all 11,300 Panameras to fix a faulty seatbelt tensioner. Porsche's announcement comes hot on of the heels of the brand topping the 2010 J.D. Power and Associates dependability study.

[via ABC News]

Porsche's 10,000th Panamera

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Would you buy the Panamera Convertible?

First we showed you the pictures that Mercedes has filed for the SLS Roadster patent. Today we bring you pictures that Porsche has filed for a patent on the Porsche Panamera Convertible. The lack of a B-pillar will likely mean more weight through structural-strengthening techniques, but we have to admit the Panamera may look better as a convertible than a four-door coupe-like sedan. The Panamera convertible will most likely make due with a fabric convertible top, like the rest of the Porsche convertibles. The only major change that can be confirmed via the pictures is the more rakish windshield with the A-pillar support, which adds a small quarter window to the front of the car.

[via Autoweek]

Panamera Convertible Patent


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Porsche fights fuel-consumption laws to avoid heavy fines

A Porsche spokesperson says the sport-car manufacturer may struggle to fulfill proposed U.S. gasoline-consumption laws despite filing a waiver to delay its meeting of those requirements until 2016 if the law is passed this May and goes into effect in 2012. The new rule would mean that Porsche new vehicles have to average 41.4 miles to the gallon; its range currently averages 27 mpg.

For years Porsche has paid fines for not reaching American fuel efficiency standards, but the cost to consumers has only been about $100 per car. The new law will raise the fines to approximately $37,500 per car.

“Economically this rule will restructure the entire industry,” said Walter Lewis, Porsche’s liaison to U.S. lawmakers. “It’s not the task of the government to decide on the winners and losers in the auto industry. This is not environmental policy, it’s industrial policy.”

Critics to Porsche’s claims say that most U.S. auto manufacturers will be able to meet the new regulations.

[via TheLocal.de]

2010 Porsche Cayenne Turbo S


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Porsche Panamera delay parody

The following video is a parody on a 2004 film called Downfall, which depicts the final days of Hitler's reign. The video was put together by a new Porsche Panamera owner that had to deal with the car's delay in the United States. Enjoy!


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Is the Panamera delay worth a $3,580 gift?

The first batch of 200 Porsche Panameras are in the United States, but unfortunately delivery is being delayed until the car’s last minute kinks can be ironed out. It seems the cars will be sitting at one of four major ports until mechanics can repair each car’s key and software systems. Each of the 200 owners will be getting a letter in the mail explaining the delay. To make up for the inconvenience, Porsche will be giving every owner a free set of Porsche luggage, which has an estimated value of $3,580. At this writing, it is estimated that 72 of 200 cars have already been repaired. All future repairs will take place at the factory before being shipped out.

[via MotorAuthority]

Porsche Panamera delay

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