Let 'em fix it.I'm going to change up the topic a bit here in the hopes that someone can offer an educated opinion (or at least lead me to a thread that can.)
I'm sad to say that a week after picking up my Sapphire 911 in Stuttgart, I started getting all sorts of engine warnings and the car kept dying on me when it went below 10 MPH. I called Porsche and they told me not to drive it anymore and they would have it towed back to Germany to fix it (I was in France by then.)
So here's the question... Do I let them fix it and then send it back to the U.S., or do I scream bloody murder and tell them to keep that car in Germany and let me order a new one? I honestly don't know my rights in this sort of situation and am hoping someone else might.
That sounds sensible. Let's see if I can remain calm enough to be sensible. I'm just afraid it will affect resale value if I'm asked about the repair history. And given that the car is only a week old, I'd like to think that some sort of "return" policy applies.Hmmm.... That's an interesting predicament. I sold have them tow it and diagnose what the problem is. If its an easy fix, then have them fix it. If its complex or multiple issues with the car, then start screaming.
2014 Porsche Cayman Sapphire Blue Metallic | Beverly Hills, California | Beverly Hills Porsche
Not sure if someone already posted this link, but this Sapphire Blue Cayman was photographed in direct sunlight. Stunning. It seems to glow.
If links aren't allowed could a mod please delete.
Wow!!!!!!!!!!!!Here are some good pictures of a C4S in Sapphire blue with black interior and Platinum satin wheels:
2014 Porsche 911 Carrera 4S Coupe Sapphire Blue Metallic ES120417 - Park Place Porsche Dallas
Do you think? I'm not that in to bright blue usually, but I've seen an Estoril Blue 328i and thought it looked great. Sapphire Blue looks like a lighter version of that. Amazing in the sunlight.Okay, someone has to say it: sapphire blue is subaru blue !!!
I want to upgrade to a 981 CS and I want another blue car. But dark blue metallic though classy, is close to black, going to be hard to clean, and a bit too conservative for a sport car. And sapphire blue reminds me of a WRX, too bright, like teenager's car, see it these days on compacts and pickups. Bring back the happy medium, Lapis Blue!
Sorry for the rant, I'll go back to lurking...