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Hi all, does anyone know it there is a way of checking if a vehicle has an extended warranty when buying privately, prior to the initial contact?
Many thanks [:)]
Any Porsche centre can check for you. A warranty certificate or receipt is not necessarily proof of warranty because it is possible to cancel and get a refund.
True according to the contract. Non-OPCs seem to get around this by selling the car for the owner on commission.
Greenman986S said:
Is it true a Porsche warranty only transfers on a private sake and NOT when purchased from a (non-Porsche) dealer?

Yes. When the car is sold into 'the trade' the warranty becomes void.

Rightly, this ensures that responsibility for the quality of the car falls on the selling dealer.

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