I first came into contact with this 924 at NorCal Treffen, a nifty little event in an out-of-the-way park. I was drawn to the car's nearly perfect appearance. It had a few rock chips here and there, and a repaint intended to hide some prior deer-induced damage had faded beyond acceptable, but the amazingly period-correct Gotti wheels and a gorgeous …Continue to the full article
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Porsche Introduces New 4-Cylinder “Entry Level” Macan
Early yesterday we started receiving press releases from Porsche's PR departments around the globe about a new "entry level" Macan to be added to the current model line up (S, Turbo and GTS). However, it wasn't until late yesterday afternoon that we heard from PCNA. Unofficially we knew the new 4-Cylinder base level Macan was coming to the U.S., …Continue to the full article
Is Porsche’s New Entry Model Strategy A Huge Gamble?
From the words of Porsche North America’s CEO Detlev von Platen: "Our entry model is our pre-owned program." Damn. My initial reaction was a bit strong: I have a few good reasons for that frustration! I’ve grown up around Porsches; I have enjoyed my 944, the 914 we had in the family when I was old enough to drive, and I want to buy another …Continue to the full article