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CPO transferrable?

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My son is looking at an "06 Cayman S that is CPO'ed when the present owner bought it used with less than 2K miles. Can that be transferred to my son if he buys it. I recently found out that the CPO by Audi on an A8 I'm looking at is NOT transferrable if I were to sell it.

Our local dealer isn't much help as they've never CPO'ed a Porsche!!

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The existing CPO waranty is transferrable if the car is purchased from a private party (or I suppose from another Porsche dealer). The CPO waranty is not transferable if the car is purchased from a used car dealer. There is a paper work transaction, at a small cost, to transfer the waranty from one private party to another private party.

I have two cars with CPO waranties and, in each instance, I got a CPO certificate and a CPO booklet from the dealer. The salesman also gave me a list of things covered specifically by the CPO waranty.

Cheers,

Bill

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Like Bill said, yes transferrable from private party or Porsche dealer. If you go the PCNA website, they have all hte details of and transferrability information

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Like Bill said, yes transferrable from private party or Porsche dealer. If you go the PCNA website, they have all hte details of and transferrability information
I have added the PCNA CPO Warranty Brochure here.

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thanks Loren- you always come through!

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thanks Loren- you always come through!

And...I am his son :) Thanks for the info. I downloaded the brochure and will definitely make everything transfers.

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