cymroI know it is very frustrating. Once it leaves the factory you then up against the transportation. For example, mine left the factory 22nd March and arrived at the dealership 17th April.The only feedback you have is from the Porsche Centre.
V6TNWHi. My first post here. Also waiting on CS2 cab. My latest update from the dealer “ Your car is in build but the factory are currently carrying out extra quality checks on the new 992. I am hoping that this will not delay your car too much and am still hoping that we will have you in your car around the middle of May.”This will be my first Porsche (wifey has a Cayenne) so very excited and impatient.
HooksaN I just ordered a C2S Coup last Friday. presumably they will have only put the order in to the factory then or beginning of this week. I have not been given any formal indication of delivery date yet, and I've never ordered new from Porsche before. Can anyone give me any idea what sort of time frame I can expect? I was hoping late August/early Sept.
HooksaNThanks. I've been told to expect mid-September at the earliest. and then it has to go away for a week for PPF... so it looks like the Coups are a bit delayed as well as the Cabs. I still remember some friends waited over a year for their Macan...
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