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Porsche Make Ownership Easy with Their Elite Level Aftersales

By Phil Gardner | November 3, 2020


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Porsche Make Ownership Easy with Their Elite Level Aftersales

It’s fair to say that when you buy a Porsche nowadays you are buying more than just the car, you are also entering into a high-end lifestyle and, as such, your ownership experience is considerably smoother than you would expect from any other car manufacturer. Porsche have been building and developing their sports cars for over 70 years, and over that time they’ve learnt what it takes to become an industry-leading brand providing an industry-leading service to their customers.

Every single Porsche comes with a warranty as standard which starts from the day it is delivered to the customer and it provides peace of mine every single time you get behind the wheel, and these warranties can be extended up to a maximum of 15 years, so no matter how long you plan on owning your vehicle, you know that you’ll be looked after every step of the way. The Porsche Warranty will also be honoured at any Porsche Centre across the world, so no matter how far you and your vehicle travel, you will never be left stranded.

Over two-thirds of all Porsches ever built are still being driven around today and that it is largely down to the solid initial build quality being following up by regular expert maintenance. The workshop and service staff at Porsche have the knowledge and specialised technology required to ensure all work carried out on your vehicle is completed to the very highest standard.

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The Direct Dialogue Bay

It’s no secret that there has always been a lingering stigma over the aftersales industry. We’ve all heard stories of certain manufacturers charging customers an arm and a leg for work that the customer didn’t think was necessary. Porsche have combatted this stigma by introducing their Direct Dialogue bays. Porsche believes that an essential element of good service is transparency, so when you take your vehicle in for maintenance, you and your service advisor can view the car from every single angle and examine the components visually. Together you and your advisor can agree on what work needs to be done if any, and your advisor can inform you of any available offers, so you get the best value to match the best service. 

Porsche Assistance

Your Porsche will always be built to last. They are engineered for exceptional reliability, but if the worst were to happen and you need help at the roadside, Porsche Assistance is there to help. In the unlikely event of a breakdown, you can contact a dedicated Porsche customer service team to look after you and your vehicle, no matter the time of day. 

My Porsche

We truly have the world at our fingertips through our smartphones, and Porsche has harnessed that power and introduced the My Porsche digital gateway. This is a platform for owners of connected Porsches to monitor everything about their vehicle, from fuel levels to tyre pressures. You can book service appointments, monitor safety updates and even get access to exclusive Porsche events, products or services. This allows you to enjoy the optimum Porsche experience anywhere, any time.

If you’re in the market for a new or approved-used Porsche, then the last thing you need to worry about is a troublesome ownership experience. It’s clear that Porsche has got you covered no matter what speed bumps may occur along the way.

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