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    Porsche 911 Carrera GTS (coupe PDK, 2011)
    Volkswagen Beetle 1300 (1967)
  1. "Sensitive" and "annoying" are subjective terms. Porsches are known for their immediate responsiveness to all inputs (steering wheel, accelerator etc) Which is your benchmark?
  2. Hello everybody, this is my first posting. I am an expatriate in Brussels, Belgium. I have recently (in July) bought a used 911 Carrera GTS Coupe, with PDK (first registration March 2011, with 9.000km on the clock) from a Porsche dealership in Germany (former company car). The car now has 12.000km. I was faced just today with the problem Renos had, although in a lighter version (the terrifying indication came on, including its red letter version, but still the transmission remained fully functional at all times). Stopped, checked and carried on my trip without further trouble. The indication didn't come back. Renos's story is quite reassuring (although not updated since 2009) but still the obvious move would be to take the car to a certified dealership (it's still got more than one year of warranty). The real problem is that there's no dependable dealership anywhere close to here (quality of all kinds of services and customer care are Soviet-standard in Belgium - I could write to you several stories but wouldn't like to go off topic in my first posting), so the remaining choice is the closest German dealership in Aachen, some 160km (100miles) away (the dealership where i bought the car is more than 350 miles away, so not an option). Should I postpone my inevitable visit there as much as it's convenient for my schedule (I work very long hours) or could it be urgent? Thanks in advance
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