This is such a good time to be a buyer!
|Defects and Performance Warranty for PZEV||Only covers vehicles certified to the PZEV (Partial Zero Emission Vehicle) standard Reference: CCR §1962||15 years/ 150k miles (except battery)|
10 years/ 150k miles battery or other energy storage device
It still is, maybe even more so now. Cars keep sitting, prices keep dropping.This is such a good time to be a buyer!
Good luck with that ^^^^.People who are looking or just bought/leased a 600 should post here.
Without knowing what the year and MSRP is its hard to say whether this is a good deal or not. On a 19 coupe with a base MSRP (No Options) this is not good. On a 20 spider with a 300K + MSRP this sounds like it could be a decent deal.friend inquired about a 600LT in Miami, of all places. Where deals never happen, for any car.
Anyway, apparently 0 downpayment, only basic first month etc up front
2500 miles annually, 2300 a month. Not too bad, i'm not a fan of a 2500 mile lease, however. waiting for dealer to send it to him in writing.
People who are looking or just bought/leased a 600 should post here.
A fair price and great spec. Congratulations.conversation seems weighted to new cars but I just got a used 600LT (19 w/ 1800 miles). Optioned up over 280. I paid 210. It was a local porsche dealer that I do business with (no mac dealers in my city). Not saying this is a great price or anything but I do think it was a fair price.
Good luck with that ^^^^.
It actually does more harm then good. People tend to leave out a lot of details and brag about how good of a deal they get... then many months later they will start to disclose how they got such car.
Buying cars that are press cars, pure mclaren cars, cars without warranties, cars bought at auctions, local dealer tax credit incentives, trade-ins, credit worthiness, leasing companies used, one off dealer specials to meet monthly/quarterly numbers, etc.