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OPC PCP?

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Morning all,

Does anyone know if Porsche do PCP on their approved used cars? 💰 🚗 

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I believe they do indeed.

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No problem

Now I’m intrigued, what you found :)

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The search has just started.

Looking for 911’s with a budget of £60k.

For some reason there’s a bit of me that wouldn’t want to be embarrassed by finding one on the approved used website, approaching Porsche only to be told ‘we don’t do finance on second hand cars sir’ 😂

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They do but the rates are atrocious. Consider checking with a broker as well. Oracle or the like

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Will do 👍🏻

Im slightly intrigued how it works being self employed. Well technically employed but by my own business. 

Suspect it’s not straight forward and being ‘tax efficient’ will bore me in the ar*e here.

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So just in case:

Spoke to Porsche Nottingham and they do PCP on approved used.

Sample quote was:

£58,000 car

£6,000 deposit

£870/month for 36 months

Guaranteed minimum value of £29,500

That was on a 2012 reg 911.

The minimum value looked good to me, suspect there would be lots of equity left in the car.

I’ve no idea how the monthly payments compare to other options though. @MH82 any thoughts?

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I suggest you don’t add up the payments and balloon or if you do, sit down!

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On PCP, up the miles pa. Yes your repayment a month goes up, final payment drops drastically.

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2 hours ago, AlexW said:

So just in case:

Spoke to Porsche Nottingham and they do PCP on approved used.

Sample quote was:

£58,000 car

£6,000 deposit

£870/month for 36 months

Guaranteed minimum value of £29,500

That was on a 2012 reg 911.

The minimum value looked good to me, suspect there would be lots of equity left in the car.

I’ve no idea how the monthly payments compare to other options though. @MH82 any thoughts?

This looks like a rate that’s close to double figures per annum. You should be able to do better than that

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11 hours ago, r1flyguy said:

I suggest you don’t add up the payments and balloon or if you do, sit down!

Already done it, still standing 😂

I’ll shop around a bit obviously but for a yardstick it seemed ok 🤔😳

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