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The new re-designed 7 series F01 / F02 leads off the BMW Fxx chassis code!

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Old 02-20-2013, 06:06 PM
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SOT: Porsche lease/finance conquest program for 750 leasee's

Does anyone have any knowledge or experience with the Porsche Conquest Program. http://www.porscheoffremont.com/specials/finance.htm. You can get up to $4,500 off - the 750 is considered a comparable car. Any thoughts about this - is it capacity capped? Dealers easy to work with etc.? It seems like a very good offer.
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Old 02-22-2013, 08:19 AM
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doesn't make the pano any better looking...
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Old 02-22-2013, 08:42 AM
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I was thinking 911. It also applies to the 911 even though that link doesn't mention it.

Also Porsche may release a better looking version of the Panamera - http://www.google.com/search?q=porsc...ml%3B728%3B409
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Cool, might as well make the Pano into a wagon, more practical this way.
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Old 02-22-2013, 01:18 PM
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doesn't make the pano any better looking...
That depends on the direction you're looking from. I have only great things to say about the F01/02 and, so far, I'm not looking back.

Chris, I had a fantastic experience when I visited the Porshe dealership as someone "just interested" in the Pana and I left there behind the wheel of my 4S. The "pull ahead" program, as I understood it at the time, was $4500 towards an existing lease or finance for the purchase or lease of a new Porsche. I couldn't use it because I purchased a "used" vehicle. However, I cannot say enough good things about the way I was treated...they allowed me to drive any Porsche I wanted...even encouraged cars I wasn't interested in because I told them (truthfully) that I had never been behind the wheel of a Porsche. Good luck!
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Reading the fine print, I did not see anywhere there is restriction what kind of non-Porsche model can qualify, it appears any non-Porsche cars leased new, and the lease termination is longer than 30 days from the date the new Porsche contract is signed, can qualify.

So an MB GL crossover should qualify towards a 911? I am also curious if there is restriction on how close the non-Prosche lease must be to the new Porsche's contract date. If the MB GL still has say 15 payments left on the lease, would it qualify? It seemed so but don't know if anyone had done that.

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The fun way to find out is on a test drive! But it sounds plausible. Word of caution, Porsches tend not to be cheap leases. Finance will be better.
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The fun way to find out is on a test drive! But it sounds plausible. Word of caution, Porsches tend not to be cheap leases. Finance will be better.
I went much further, but even the sales manager behind the glass wasn't too sure.

The 911 has some good residual now for 24 mo. They will also put you in a new lease after 12 mo. without penalty. For someone who tends to regret not ordering this or that options, it seems to be a good way to address that. Especially when they have so many options to go through.
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