Porsche Financial Services auto loans review
With no online application, you'll need to contact an authorized dealership for more details.
- Best for borrowers who want to negotiate and buy their car in person.
- Pick something else if you want transparent rates and fees.
Pros and cons
- Quick way to finance a high-end luxury vehicle
- In-person service tailored to your needs
- Loyalty program for Porsche enthusiasts
- No online application
- Few discounts available
- Limited information on its website
Porsche Financial Services special discounts
- Military: No
- College grad: No
- Repeat customers: Yes
- First responders: No
- Accessibility equipment: No
Porsche Financial Services reviews and complaints
|BBB customer reviews||1.5 out of 5 stars, based on 7 customer reviews|
|BBB customer complaints||16 customer complaints|
|Customer reviews verified as of||19 October 2020|
As of October 2020, Porsche Financial Services doesn’t have a Trustpilot page, and its Better Business Bureau profile is rather sparse. It receives an F rating from the agency and only has a handful of reviews — probably not enough to draw any conclusions.
How to apply
Porsche doesn’t have an online application, so you’ll need to contact a representative to learn more about how to apply. You can find an authorized dealership near you by using the dealer locator tool on the Porsche Financial Services website.
How do repayments work?
Porsche Financial Services offers the option to make online payments through Bill Matrix, a third-party service. But it doesn’t list any other information about how repayments work or potential fees on its website. For more information, reach out to an authorized Porsche dealership near you.
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