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Adam_superman
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Hello 👋🏻

Post by Adam_superman » Wed May 20, 2020 12:20 am

Hi All,

New to the forum. I have recently purchased a Macan S Diesel 3.0 (2015).

Enjoying the car, and to say it’s nearly 5 years old, and by far the oldest car I have ever bought, it really doesn’t feel like a “5 year old car” I think the looks are still very modern. Plus I have managed to find one that has less then 12k miles on the clock (that won’t last long!)

Thanks.

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MikeM
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Post by MikeM » Wed May 20, 2020 7:42 am

Welcome Adam, it looks good, I can’t imagine why someone would by a diesel version when only averaging just over 2000miles pa. :roll: who cares it’s your gain, get some miles on it now 👍
2008. Boxster S Sport: basalt black, black interior (sold)
2012. 991 S: aqua blue, platinum interior (sold)
2016. Macan Turbo: volcano grey, agate and pebble interior (current) http://www.porsche-code.com/PHKPBML4

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putt4par
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Re: Hello 👋🏻

Post by putt4par » Wed May 20, 2020 7:43 am

Nice find Adam, I think the reference to being 5 years and feeling like new is a tribute to the build quality our cars enjoy.

Happy driving.

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SAC1
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Post by SAC1 » Wed May 20, 2020 9:00 am

A warm welcome Adam to the world of the Porsche Macan Forums. :D

They are terrific and I hope you can get out and enjoy it often. ;)

If you want any tips then just ask.... :?:
2020 model GTS in Sapphire blue awaiting delivery on 1 June.
(sold) 2017 SD in Rhodium Silver.

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Paul
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Re: Hello 👋🏻

Post by Paul » Wed May 20, 2020 9:10 am

Hi Adam and welcome!
1st Sapphire Blue SD
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2nd Sapphire GTS
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Current 992 S Cab

Adam_superman
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Re: Hello 👋🏻

Post by Adam_superman » Wed May 20, 2020 9:44 am

Thank you all for the warm welcome.

I was looking for more for a while, but ending up actually purchasing it from my Dad (I bought it from him, as he became too ill to drive). It was just gathering dust in his garage. I fulled expected him to drive it more, but you never know what is round the corner do you!

I have a job that results in me usually doing 25k miles a year (post COVID), so the diesel should help with this.

My last car was an Audi A5 and although it was only 18 months old, I had no end of issues with it, so I am hoping for something more reliable (even in a 5 year old car!)

Thanks.

Tracky
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Re: Hello 👋🏻

Post by Tracky » Wed May 20, 2020 8:05 pm

Welcome adam

Enjoy the car and sorry to hear about your dad

Friendly bunch this lot
Current

2019 992 S with £20k of various options (his)
2019 Macan S with £18k worth of various options ! (Her)
2014 Modified Lotus Exige V6 (his)
2019 Seat Ibiza 1.0 (115ps) DSG (dog’s!)

Ex

2012 Boxster S (her)

Kleynie
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Re: Hello 👋🏻

Post by Kleynie » Wed May 20, 2020 8:51 pm

Welcome. I also have the diesel version, 3.5 years old and 18k miles, I thought that was low! What’s the spec?
2017 Macan SD in Volcano with 21” 911 wheels, full black leather. Air, PASM, sports exhaust, pano roof, Sports Chrono, 18 way seats, BOSE, ventilated front seats, heated seats front and rear, speed limit display, active cruise, PS plus and more

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ScotMac
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Re: Hello 👋🏻

Post by ScotMac » Wed May 20, 2020 9:31 pm

Welcome :D :D :D

I still feel that my Macan is quite new - 32,000 miles. I suppose a Porsche ages slower than other cars :D :D

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Re: Hello 👋🏻

Post by MCDK » Wed May 20, 2020 9:44 pm

You really shouldn’t have much bother with it. Most owners forums have lots of stories of issues with whatever car the forum is about but you rarely read on here of many problems.

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