Enjoy the dream of sports car motoring free of any worries or concerns: Porsche Financial Services' new leasing product, Porsche Leasing S, provides unique planning confidence and freedom from stress all in one.
Any expenses, for example, caused by typical everyday situations, such as scratches and dents to the bodywork, damage to the wheel rims or scuffs in the interior are covered up to a total of 5,000 euros. Of course, customers also benefit as usual from the guaranteed and uncomplicated return of their vehicle to the Porsche Centre.
"Porsche Leasing S allows customers to experience the Porsche feeling in a totally unburdened way. The new leasing offer is aimed at private and business customers and puts them at ease in many ways. The prospect of returning their vehicle holds no worries for them," says Albert Moser, Head of Porsche Financial Services, "and until that time, they can concentrate on the most important aspect of all: unforgettably wonderful motoring experiences with their Porsche. That's leasing the contemporary way – fair, smart and transparent."
Innovation in Germany
Leasing S is now being offered for all new Porsche cars with a Porsche Financial Services leasing contract over a term of 24 to 48 months and for all available distance travelled allowances. It is the first product from a manufacturer's leasing company in Germany to promise such extensive benefits.
Porsche Financial Services GmbH
Porsche Financial Services GmbH is a wholly owned subsidiary of Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG, based in Bietigheim-Bissingen. With over 25 years of experience in the premium segment, the international financial services provider offers tailor-made financing products for Porsche vehicles and the exclusive Volkswagen brands Bentley, Lamborghini and Bugatti, as well as dealer financing, insurance and credit cards. Having concluded around 46,000 new contracts worldwide in 2014, Porsche Financial Services now handles more than 103,000 financing contracts worth over four billion euros.
Compared to the year before, deliveries were down by 5 percent due to the effects of the coronavirus crisis.