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Ever since Ferdinand Porsche founded the manufacturer in 1931 the brand has been going from strength to strength. Creating iconic cars such as the 911 and Boxster, as well as maintaining their position at the cutting edge of development with models like the recent 918 Spyder and Panamera Hybrid. With vehicles in more classes than ever all selling well, the future for Porsche looks bright.
In 2006, 2009, and 2010, Porsche were awarded the highest ranked nameplate in J.D. Power’s Initial Quality Study. It was also awarded the title of Most Prestigious Brand by the Luxury Institute in New York. Porsche are considered to give the owner all the performance of many of its competitors, but with the added bonus of German build quality.
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Lynda Rich from Wellingborough drives
a PORSCHE BOXSTER 2000
Partsgateway Purchase: Wind Deflector
Tim Wilkinson from St. Albans drives
a PORSCHE MACAN S S-A 2015
Macan is a great car with quality build and close to sportscar handling, only let down a bit by poor rear and side visibility (even with camera), and some brake snatch on stopping. Somewhat miss a manual gearchange, but PDK gearbox is out of this world. No real problems in 18 months so far.
Partsgateway Purchase: exhaust tail pipe
mr john johnson from London drives
a PORSCHE 944 1983
ive never had a problem, so Iam not the one to ask. as you really dont go out an buy a porsche without knowing what it is/ look after it an it will, an i mean it will be good to you.
Partsgateway Purchase: drivers side front inderkater lence for 944s its long like chines eyesin yellow pleace
Tony Northcott from drives
a PORSCHE BOXSTER 1998
It is great to put the roof down and drive the 1998 Porsche Boxster
Partsgateway Purchase: Air Conditioning Compressor
Gordon Russell from Faringdon drives
a PORSCHE CAYENNE TURBO S A 2006
I've only had mine for a week so I cant really comment but one thing I have noticed anything with Porsche on it is marked up so you pay for the name before you pay for the parts
Partsgateway Purchase: Headlight Washer Cover
Julain from Brighton drives
a PORSCHE 911 CARRERA 4 2001
Partsgateway Purchase: Side Repeaters
ERIC JACK from Carlisle drives
a PORSCHE CAYENNE TIPTRONIC S 2005
Partsgateway Purchase: Bumper
Bruce Piddock from Maidstone drives
a PORSCHE BOXSTER S 2002
have drama's when the battery goes flat the only way into the bonnet is to power up through the cigar lighter socket, all other ways fail unless your car has the emergency release wire behind the splash guard, and the key fob drops out of the program in the brain, also annoying rattles from the engine when first starting even on a low mileage car.
Partsgateway Purchase: Wing
Garry from Lingfield drives
a PORSCHE BOXSTER 2003
Partsgateway Purchase: Headlight lens
aashraf from London drives
a PORSCHE CAYENNE S TIPTRONIC 2005
A bit old now with fuel and maintenance costs
One has to pay to enjoy😀!
Partsgateway Purchase: wheel cap