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Everything posted by stangri
Which side/corner of the hood or under the hood exactly is it? Thanks!
Which dealership was that? I'm really surprised that a luxury brand like Porsche would CPO the car with some scratches on a bumper. I've only gotten one CPO car before -- from Audi and I've reviewed their inspection guidelines/check-list and from what I understood they would not CPO the car with the visual cosmetic defects either on exterior or interior. Maybe I just got lucky. But please do tell which dealership CPO'ed that car.
I've found a 05 Boxster S which was made in Germany rather than Finland -- is there a difference in terms of reliability (or anything) between german and finnish boxsters?
Thanks a lot for taking your time to reply guys, I guess it was silly of me not to mention I'm considering 2005-2006 Boxster/Cayman in US. So does the list of features posted by berty987 applies to those models? Ideally, I'd like to find 30k+ miles 05-06 S-model with PCM, however I've only seen one of these and it had horrible interior. :( Back in a day when I had a bimmer, there was a web-site where you could enter the VIN number and it would spit out factory options on the car. Is there anything similar for Porsche which wouldn't require a trip to the dealer? Is there maybe a network of dealer-independent service centres which would have access to this information?
Hey folks, another Audi TT owner preparing to make a jump. I'm having hard time finding the resources which would list standard and optional features on the 2005-2006 Boxsters -- is there a site/page which might have this information? Thanks!