wab172uk wrote: ↑Fri Mar 17, 2023 12:55 pmYou'll get a better car than the one you're looking at, unless the spec of the second hand car is better than the T for options.damo2576 wrote: ↑Fri Mar 17, 2023 12:25 pmI thought about a T and was actaully offered one in a month or so in exactly the way you mention. I struggle with the point of the T and not sure what you get for the extra c£5k?!wab172uk wrote: ↑Fri Mar 17, 2023 9:43 am
Personally, if you want to be spending around the £56,000 mark, and don't feel comfortable paying that for a second hand Macan. Why not ring round some dealers seeing if they have order slots in for a Macan T.
As I found out when I ordered mine, some dealers get cars sooner than others. maybe they pre-order cars knowing they car sell them and get the spec changed. Think a few people on here have got cars coming within months of ordering. While I'm still waiting for mine 13 months later.
I'd rather have a brand new T than the car you're looking at. You then get the latest car, latest tech, and you can tweak the spec as you like, without going too much over the £56k basic RRP.
Just note the APR on new Porsches. Now over 11%. Which is also why you may get a build slot earlier than you think, as I'm sure some people will be backing out due to the rise in monthly payments.
At the end of the day, do you want a new car or second hand? The T will be the better handling car. Comes with sports Chrono, and TBH looks pretty good.
If you can get a T in a month or so, it's a no brainer for me. Brand new, your spec / colour etc.
Only you can decide what's best for yourself.
+1. Although in a month? Is the spec already locked down on that new T?