Part of owning a Porsche is making sure that the Porsche specialist who maintains it is qualified, experienced and can access the right parts and diagnostics. We only hire the best, and we make sure all our Porsche mechanics have access to the tools they need to take care of your Boxster or Spyder Weissach the way it should be. While Porsche retains the image of a maker of two-seater sports cars like the classic Porsche 911 and Porsche 918 models, we also provide excellent Porsche Service to their line of SUV, Sedan and Hybrid cars as well.
Porsche offers the Cayenne, Panamera and 918 in a variety of styles including the GTS, S, GT3 and Hybrid engine. These cars are comfortable to ride in and perform as well as their sports cousins. Our service specialists can make sure that your Porsche is up to meeting the demands you place on it.
Whether you are a daily driver around the area, or only take it out for the weekends, each style of driving produces a different kind of stress on the engine that has to be properly taken care of to extend the life of your car. Our professional technicians get to know you and your vehicle so they can provide you with customized care.
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Accurately predicting Porsche service costs is difficult, primarily due to the variance in their product offerings. As an example, you can find a used Boxster for $10,000 or a brand new 911 GT2 RS for nearly $300,000 and each have drastically different capabilities. As an example, the braking system on Porsches are high-end and capable for quite aggressive driving, but that also means they are far superior than what you’d find on your family’s sedan. They’re also more costly as well, averaging $550 and up per servicing (this can go a lot higher if you happen to have a rare or specialized model). If you’re simply visiting your local Porsche specialist for an oil change you shouldn’t have to spend more than $160 per change.
Porsche offers a nice warranty that takes effect on the day the vehicle is delivered to you, which is summed up best as 4 years or 50,000 miles, whichever comes first. Within that warranty, Porsche provides a 2 year warranty on genuine Porsche parts and accessories that were sold outside of the original warranty perimeters. Lastly, Porsche offers a 12 year long-life warranty on their body shells against rust. You can see a comprehensive list online at Porsche here.
A Porsche’s oil change can be costly primarily due to the nature of their high-performance engines and body constraints. Unlike many luxury brand automobiles, which oftentimes focus on executive-styling in sedan models – Porsche is a racers car. Porsche specialists tend to charge around $160+ for a traditional oil change visit.