Complimentary health check for your Porsche Coupe
Posted on 29 September 2011
- The Porsche Coupe Service Clinics will take place on October 8 at Porsche Centres nationwide
- Accompanied complimentary inspections with a Porsche technician
- There will be a prize draw at each participating Porsche Centre
With more than three quarters of all Porsches that have been sold still on the road, the intrinsic quality of the sports cars from Stuttgart is clear. Following previous successful open days for the Boxster, 911, Cayenne and Cabriolet models, Porsche is now inviting owners of its Coupe models to a complimentary Service Clinic 1 at their local Porsche Centre on Saturday October 8.
The national Porsche Coupe Service Clinic will provide owners with a complimentary inspection, along with the opportunity to accompany the technician and view their car in a state of the art workshop at a Porsche Centre. Owners will be able to experience first hand the passion and expertise of the technicians devoted to ensuring the cars continue to deliver maximum performance and driving pleasure.
Other models in the range that are eligible apart from the iconic 911 and Cayman, are the 924, 944 and 928 coupes from the 1970s and 1980s, as well as the 968 from the early 1990s. The classic 356, in production from 1951 until 1965, is also welcome.
Each participating Porsche Centre will be holding a prize draw, which will give owners attending the Service Clinics the chance to win a Porsche Classic wine cooler, featuring an original ribbed cylinder from the early air-cooled 911 models, valued at £430.
Based on the success of previous Porsche Service Clinics, they expect to inspect around 300 Porsche coupe models around the UK.