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Old 06-03-2019, 01:23 PM
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Default Panamera Oil Change Cost

Just wanted a quick spot check of what people are paying for oil changes at dealerships. I got quoted between $450 and $600 at the few I asked the prices for; seems pricey since it's not as complicated to do as a 911.
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Local Porsche dealership - $295. Done elsewhere, $200.
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Originally Posted by dwwalker14335 View Post
Local Porsche dealership - $295. Done elsewhere, $200.
Wow, cheap. Where are you located?
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Buy a couple of ramps, a large oil catch pan, 36mm & 13mm sockets and do it yourself. If you have a small, cordless impact gun get the T20 torx adapter, it makes removing all the screws on the belly pan a lot easier. 1st time... an hour, 2nd time... 30 minutes.
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Originally Posted by Santa Cruz Red View Post
Buy a couple of ramps, a large oil catch pan, 36mm & 13mm sockets and do it yourself. If you have a small, cordless impact gun get the T20 torx adapter, it makes removing all the screws on the belly pan a lot easier. 1st time... an hour, 2nd time... 30 minutes.
I need to get some recalls done, and some warranty work - so thought it would make sense to just have the oil change done at the same time, but $500+ seems like a pricey premium to pay for the convenience.
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$300 2 weeks ago
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I've just had local indy do it for $150. Why the hell would anyone pay for a $600 oil change......
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Wow that’s a lot, my local Porsche dealer quoted me 300 which I thought was a bit high but apparently not.
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Wow thatĺs a lot, my local Porsche dealer quoted me 300 which I thought was a bit high but apparently not.
Which dealer? I'm in NJ too.
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Old 06-04-2019, 04:03 PM
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Originally Posted by amelen View Post
Which dealer? I'm in NJ too.
Princeton Porsche.
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Originally Posted by NJRon View Post
Princeton Porsche.
Ahh, I see. Great dealership, just a little far from me.
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Jack Daniels Porsche in NJ charges $450
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Jack Daniels Porsche in NJ charges $450
Yeah, they said $450+tax.
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The 911 is easy compared to a V8 Panamera. Panny has 20 plus screws to remove the belly cover then 6 bolts to remove the shear plate to get access to the filter. Of course this trivial if you have a lift. $300 to change oil in a 991.1 is crazy but I pay the same for the Panamera.
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Just completed an oil change through an indie shop for $140. Filter (from Suncoast) for $30, oil $60, and labor $50.
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