Potential buyer of the Vancover car (which is actually in Edmonton, and the seller has an Alberta phone number) should beware: ad says the warranty can be transferred, which indicates it's already been registered. Ad also says the additional 2-year Porsche warranty is available...not true if the car has already been registered, as the extended warranty is only available to the original purchaser of the car. Porsche can add the additional 2 years to a CPO car, but only an original purchaser can get the 2-year factory coverage.And one in Vancouver;
2016 Porsche Cayman GT4 for $155,000 in VANCOUVER | autoTRADER.ca
2016 Porsche Cayman GT4 for $124,950 in Winnipeg | autoTRADER.ca
My understanding is the extended warranty is transferable...as would be pre-purchased maintenance.Is the extended warranty transferable though? Simple solution would be for the current owner to get the additional warranty immediately prior to the sale.
I agree though about people buying just to profit immediately. It's the car-equivalent of scalping tickets.