Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Porsche 911 buyers flock of rare location for 24 months

Porsche drives 24-month rent for his 911 and runs a lease for six months in advance creates an incentive for all of his sports car for a lack of compensating seats are used.

This year, 22 percent of all tenants of the 911 24-month contracts, rather than accepted the offers of 36 months, said Michael Bartsch, Managing Director of Porsche Cars North America. Compared to 10 percent before the increase.

Twenty-four months leases are rare. JD Power and Associates analyst Thomas King said, they made only 5 percent of the leases industry-wide in February.

Porsche tried to tackle a shortage of low-mileage cars struggle to come from leasing by its U.S. sales fell from 34 693 in 2007 to 25,320 years past.

To cut 24-month lease, Porsche 911, the monthly payment of around 10 percent to $ 1,263. This makes it competitive with the $ 1,118 payment on a lease of 36 months. Bartsch said Porsche may reduce the payments due to the improved residual values ​​and interest rates reduced.

"With demand for cars to rise and interest in the new 911 GT3 models and GTS was higher, the environment is right to bring people from leasing 36 months earlier and on shorter leases for comparable cost," said Bartsch.

Porsche said it focuses on the 911, because the owners are more likely for the 911 new derivatives trading, that the owners of Cayenne or cheap Boxster or Cayman.

911 Carrera Coupe starts at $ 78,750, while the range topping GT2 RS-911 priced at $ 245,950. All prices include shipping.

Porsche 841 911 during the first two months of 2011, sold less than the same period of 2010. Overall, sales rose by 33 percent for the first two months of this year 4419th


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