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2015 Porsche Panamera Turbo S Lease

$10,000 Due at Signing

(Excludes tax, title, license and registration fees. Lease Return Fee.)

MSRP $181,295

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Lease Break Down: With Porsche you can pretty much set you own lease terms but know that with a $180k MSRP, the Panamera Turbo S is still a hefty chunk of change. But there is a great middle ground that puts you into this 4-door sports car for under $3k per month. A 36 month lease with $10k down and an allotted mileage of 12,000 miles per year brings down the monthly rate to $2999.
Mileage: Porsche lets you choose the mileage numbers per year. You can choose 10k, 12k, or 15k mile allotment. That means with a 3 year lease you can put 36k miles on the car. Anything over your amount at lease end will cost depending on what rate you negotiate.End of Lease: At the end of lease there will be a lease return fee but that price is based on dealer rates and contract terms. Also if you end the lease early then there will be a termination fee. This is negotiated at contract signing.Fine Print: The positive is that you can pretty much configure your rate based on how far you drive, how much cash you put down, and how many months you choose to lease. The downside is there are certainly all kinds of extra taxes and fees.

From the Porsche website: Your monthly payment is calculated for estimate purposes only assuming the MSRP was used as the gross capitalized cost for a lease and the sales price of the vehicle for purchase. A termination fee may be imposed at the conclusion of your lease. You are responsible for any excess wear and use and for any excess mileage charge. You may have to pay a substantial charge if you terminate your lease early. Rates and other requirements may vary based on creditworthiness. Not all clients will qualify for the lowest rate. Lease estimates do not include any additional amount due at delivery including first payment.

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About the Porsche Panamera Turbo
Want to lease the fastest 4-door car on the planet? The Porsche Panamera Turbo S lease puts you into the ultimate executive sports car without having to sacrifice a back seat. The Panamera Turbo S boosts performance to 550 horsepower. With Launch Control activated, 0-60 mph takes just 3.6 seconds. Top track speed is 190 mph. Sport Plus further enhances the acceleration, while Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control (PDCC) with Porsche Torque Vectoring Plus (PTV Plus) improves cornering dynamics.

The Panamera Turbo continues a long line of turbocharged Porsche models. The concept behind turbocharging is simple: Take the exhaust gases produced by the combustion cycle and tecycle them. Along the way, cool the gases and compress them, and use the intensely pressurized air to vastly increase the engine’s displacement. It’s a recycling process that Porsche has been perfecting ever since the introduction of the Porsche 911 Turbo in 1974. Since then, Porsche engineers have applied turbocharging to a variety of Porsche models, each time to stunning effect.
In the Panamera Turbo, the Porsche engineers applied twin turbochargers to its 4.8-liter V8, helping to generate 500 horsepower. The result is a Panamera Turbo- a four-door luxury sedan, mind you- capable of covering the spring from 0-60 mph in 3.8 seconds with Sport Plus. Top track speed is 188 mph. Power is delivered by the 7-speed Porsche PDK double-clutch transmission, which enables ultra-fast gear changes with no interruption in power.The innovative adaptive Air Suspension features a manual-lift function, self-leveling, and ride-height control, as well as Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM) for optimal performance and ride comfort. Porsche Traction Management (PTM) active all-wheel drive further enhances traction and control.Sit inside the Panamera Turbo S, and it’s hard to imagine that this degree of driving power and precision is coming from a spacious, exquisitely appointed four-door luxury sedan. Then again, imagining the improbable is practically written into the job description of a Porsche engineer.