Lots of brand new Porsches immediately available

Lots of brand new Porsches immediately available

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Vroomer

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1,866 posts

183 months

Wednesday 18th January 2023
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The Porsche website is currently showing 40 new Porsches for immediate delivery.

Are the supply issues over, or is this a cunning plan to force mega-spec cars onto customers?

https://finder.porsche.com/gb/en-GB/search?conditi...

Swine Enthusiast

313 posts

107 months

Wednesday 18th January 2023
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Pretty much all Cayenne, Panamera, Taycans

GT4P

5,305 posts

188 months

Wednesday 18th January 2023
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Sign of the times, there are over 28000 new cars for sale on “new cars autotrader” many with discounts not heard of a year ago!

Grantstown

1,019 posts

90 months

Wednesday 18th January 2023
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75K for a base 2 litre Macan seems a bit steep!

LimaDelta

6,710 posts

221 months

Wednesday 18th January 2023
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Cancelled orders due to higher interest rates and general belt-tightening?

Jefferson Steelflex

1,455 posts

102 months

Wednesday 18th January 2023
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Porsche delivered tons of new cars in December to boost 2022 delivery metrics - mine arrived a month earlier than expected and I wasn't alone. I'd assume with them being a listed company now, they are more focused on things like that now.

There are undoubtedly cancelled orders there, but in the main these are the more common 'stock' cars anyway.

Milemuncher

546 posts

118 months

Wednesday 18th January 2023
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£80k for a 4-cylinder Boxster!!!

mabosh

306 posts

189 months

Wednesday 18th January 2023
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Milemuncher said:
£80k for a 4-cylinder Boxster!!!
At least it's a 2.5S, Edinburgh OPC have a new 2.0 base Cayman at £74k!

Vroomer

Original Poster:

1,866 posts

183 months

Wednesday 18th January 2023
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Jefferson Steelflex said:
There are undoubtedly cancelled orders there, but in the main these are the more common 'stock' cars anyway.
They seem to be specced to a ridiculous standard, for example base Macans specced to beyond GTS prices.

GT4P

5,305 posts

188 months

Wednesday 18th January 2023
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Vroomer said:
They seem to be specced to a ridiculous standard, for example base Macans specced to beyond GTS prices.
If specd by OPC I believe they get a lot of extras free so increases mark up?


Edited by GT4P on Wednesday 18th January 22:17

julian987R

6,840 posts

62 months

Wednesday 18th January 2023
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Vroomer said:
The Porsche website is currently showing 40 new Porsches for immediate delivery.

Are the supply issues over, or is this a cunning plan to force mega-spec cars onto customers?

https://finder.porsche.com/gb/en-GB/search?conditi...
could be the most dull selection of Porsches ever in a listing.

Grantstown

1,019 posts

90 months

Wednesday 18th January 2023
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GT4P said:
If specd by OPC I believe they get a lot of extras free so increases mark up?


Edited by GT4P on Wednesday 18th January 22:17
I suspect they may need to pass on some of those savings to sell a 2L for 75K. You’d have to really want a new one.

donutskidmark

1,254 posts

156 months

Wednesday 18th January 2023
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julian987R said:
could be the most dull selection of Porsches ever in a listing.
Agreed. Unless you wish to spend 90 grand on an SUV the list is largely without merit

boitjie

124 posts

78 months

Thursday 19th January 2023
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Milemuncher said:
£80k for a 4-cylinder Boxster!!!
wobble That's more (inc OTR) than my CGTS delivery in November! It also has PDLS+ which implies it was built some time ago

P. ONeill

1,455 posts

55 months

Thursday 19th January 2023
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mabosh said:
Milemuncher said:
£80k for a 4-cylinder Boxster!!!
At least it's a 2.5S, Edinburgh OPC have a new 2.0 base Cayman at £74k!
I have a 3.8 981 cayman GT4, a 4.0 718 GTS Boxster and a 2.5 718 Cayman GTS. The 2.5 is my favourite all rounder. It’s a great car and gets by far the most use. People are very quick to dismiss the four pot engine, usually those that haven’t driven one.

Milemuncher

546 posts

118 months

Thursday 19th January 2023
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Fair comment…but £80k?!

Vroomer

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1,866 posts

183 months

Thursday 19th January 2023
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P. ONeill said:
I have a 3.8 981 cayman GT4, a 4.0 718 GTS Boxster and a 2.5 718 Cayman GTS.
Why?

mabosh

306 posts

189 months

Thursday 19th January 2023
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P. ONeill said:
mabosh said:
Milemuncher said:
£80k for a 4-cylinder Boxster!!!
At least it's a 2.5S, Edinburgh OPC have a new 2.0 base Cayman at £74k!
I have a 3.8 981 cayman GT4, a 4.0 718 GTS Boxster and a 2.5 718 Cayman GTS. The 2.5 is my favourite all rounder. It’s a great car and gets by far the most use. People are very quick to dismiss the four pot engine, usually those that haven’t driven one.
I know, I had a 718 2.0 before my current 4.0 GTS! Bought it new in 2018 with some nice options, cost £50k.

Sinking £74k into one would be madness. Surely there must be scope for negotiation or it's still going to be in the showroom when the EV Cayman replacement is launched!



Vroomer

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1,866 posts

183 months

Monday 30th January 2023
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Grantstown said:
75K for a base 2 litre Macan seems a bit steep!
Sold!

Vroomer

Original Poster:

1,866 posts

183 months

Monday 30th January 2023
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Milemuncher said:
£80k for a 4-cylinder Boxster!!!
Sold!