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Known for its sleek design and sophisticated German engineering, owning a Porsche is the end game for many drivers. But if you can’t afford to drop the big bucks on one of these luxury vehicles, you have a few financing options to consider.
Unlike midrange cars that come with a more modest price tag, you’ll need to find more specialized financing if you want to buy a Porsche. Because the base price of these vehicles is so high — even before adding on extra features — you’ll need to find a lender that offers relatively large loan amounts.
If you’re looking to secure the lowest rate possible, a car loan from a bank, credit union or online lender may be your best bet. While this isn’t the fastest way to go, you can compare lenders and fill out preapproval forms to ensure you’re getting a competitive deal. Another option is taking out a personal loan. However, since this type of financing isn’t secured by the car you’re purchasing, you likely won’t find as low of rates as you would with a car loan.
Looking to speed up the process? Then you may want to consider financing or leasing directly through an authorized Porsche dealer. Here are your two options:
Depending on where you live and your local dealership, you may find special promotions like low-down payment options or cashback bonuses. The rates and terms you qualify for will depend on your credit report and personal financial situation.
*Rates as of November 27, 2018.
Unlike other brands, Porsche doesn’t have any special car-buyer programs for veterans, college students or business professionals. This means you’ll either have to find a good deal on your loan or accept paying the full price of your luxury vehicle. If you’re looking to pay less and still drive a Porsche, you may want to looking into purchasing a certified preowned (CPO) Porsche instead.
Before you start comparing car loans for a new Porsche, you might want to look at the manufacturer suggested retail price (MSRP) of the model you’re interested in. What you end up paying will vary by your location, negotiation skills and if you qualify for any special promotions, but you can expect to pay a low $50,000 for the 2019 Macan and over $100,000 for the 2019 Panamera hybrid.
Yes, all new Porsches come with a few different warranties, including:
Buying a used Porsche? It also offers a two-year, 100,000-mile CPO warranty once the original warranty period has expired.
Owning a Porsche is a dream of many, and luckily there are a few financing options to turn that dream into a reality. However, since Porsche doesn’t offer any special car-buyer programs or financing deals, you may not be able to score a discount like you would with other car brands.
Image source: shutterstock and Porsche’s official page
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