Porsche announces Coupe Service Clinics

Article by Christian Andrei, on September 30, 2011

Porsche is calling owners of its Coupe models to a Service Clinic at their local Porsche Centre on October 8, Saturday, for a complimentary inspection as well as an opportunity to accompany the technician and to view their car in a state-of-the-art workshop at a center. Owners can experience the expertise and passion of the technicians who are committed to ensuring the vehicles continue to give driving pleasure and maximum performance.

Models that are eligible for this event include the iconic 911 and Cayman, the 924, 944 and 928 coupes from the 1970s, the 968 from the early 1990s, and the 356 classics from 1951 to 1965.

Each participating Porsche Centre will hold a prize draw for those attending the Service Clinics to have the chance to grab a Porsche Classic wine cooler with an original ribbed cylinder from the early air-cooled 911 models worth £430.

Based on the success of previous Service Clinics including Boxster, Cayenne, 911, and Cabriolet models, the company estimates that it will be able to inspect about 300 Porsche coupe models across the United Kingdom on October 8. Currently, there are more than three quarters of all Porsches ever sold that are still on the road.

Press Release

CARE FOR YOUR COUPE WITH A COMPLIMENTARY PORSCHE HEALTH CHECK

With over three quarters of all Porsches ever sold still on the road, the intrinsic quality of the sports cars from Stuttgart is clear. Following previous successful open days for Boxster, 911, Cayenne and Cabriolet models, Porsche is inviting owners of its Coupe models to a complimentary Service Clinic1 at their local Porsche Centre on Saturday October 8.

The national Porsche Coupe Service Clinic provides owners with a complimentary inspection and the opportunity to accompany the technician and view their car in a state of the art workshop at a Porsche Centre. Owners can experience first hand the passion and expertise of the technicians devoted to ensuring the cars continue to deliver maximum performance and driving pleasure.

Eligible models range from not only the iconic 911 and Cayman, but also 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.

Every participating Porsche Centre is holding a prize draw, giving 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, worth £430.

Based on the success of previous Service Clinics, Porsche expects to inspect around 300 Porsche coupe models around the UK on Saturday October 8.

Topics: porsche, coupe

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