By Chris JohnsonA Porsche dealership owner says that the lease options for his business are “so enticing, they’re unbelievable.”
On a recent morning, we met at the Porsche dealership in the middle of a park in northern Georgia.
The owner, who asked that we not use his last name for this article, said he had recently leased out his Porsche 911 and was interested in leasing a second one.
I had heard the leasing model was very attractive.
But I was worried about it, so I decided to get my lease.
When I called the Porsche leasing company, they told me it was a “modified gross” lease.
A modified gross is a lease that allows the owner to pay a different percentage of the lease than the original purchase price.
That said, the lease is only for one year, and the leasing company is also responsible for any repair and other costs that may occur.
“You can get a lot of good deals for the money,” he said.
He said he thought the lease would be more of a deal for a couple of hundred thousand dollars, but after two months, he decided to rent out the other one.
“I love it,” he explained.
“I love how easy it is to get the car done.”
He had leased the first Porsche 911 to be a workman’s car, so he did not have to worry about repairs or any kind of maintenance, and he was able to drive it for only $500 a month, which was about $100 more than the leasing rate.
The lease included no security deposit, and no insurance, so it also included the lease itself.
After getting the lease, he was excited to take it for a test drive, and soon he was driving the Porsche in the dealership parking lot.
It wasn’t long before he realized the Porsche was much more comfortable and quieter than the other, more expensive Porsche.
In fact, he had found the car to be much better than the $10,000-plus Porsche he had been leasing.
And after taking it for just a short time, he noticed something.
No, he didn’t have to be nervous when he started driving it, he said, as he began to get behind the wheel.
As he turned to the rear of the Porsche and began to accelerate, the engine would rev up to a higher RPM than usual, and it felt like he was really going at full throttle.
At this point, he turned his attention to the radio, and then to the other car in the parking lot, the Nissan Altima.
Both vehicles were driving much smoother, and their driving dynamics were more stable.
Once he got the car going, he got a sense that the engine was much quieter.
With no radio, it was difficult to know how much engine noise there was coming from the other vehicle, he told me.
But as he got closer to the Porsche, the noise was coming much louder.
Then, as soon as he pulled into the dealership, he began getting a little bit nervous.
There were other cars there, and there were also other people there, but he did know that they were all drivers.
What to do next?
The next day, I drove over to the dealership to see if he could get his lease back.
My initial thought was to just wait, and let it be, he explained, but then I realized that there were so many people there that he could probably just ask for a ride.
So I got out of the car and asked the salesperson, who told me to call his leasing company.
She told me that there was no way she could help him, as she was a full-time employee.
Even though he had leased a Porsche for so long, the leasing agreement was only one-year, and she could not fix any issues, she said.
But she would give him the option of renting the other Porsche.
“He said, ‘I can fix that,”‘ I recalled her saying.
Before I could get an answer, however, he pulled up in the Nissan.
This was the Nissan he had rented out.
For the next few hours, he drove the Porsche around the parking lots and onto the highway.
Eventually, I realized the lease wasn’t a good deal.
If I was going to lease the Porsche again, I would have to pay more, he later told me, but I would get a better deal.
“I’ll just wait and see what happens,” he added.
How much is a Porsche lease?
As we drove the car through the parking areas, the Porsche seemed to slow down as it passed other cars.
We eventually made it to the next lot, and I could see that the Porsche had slowed considerably.
On the highway, I could feel the Porsche slowing, and at