Common Repairs on the Porsche Panamera 970

Since its inception in 2010, the Panamera 970 by Porsche, has been surprising and delighting American consumers with its unique blend of style and performance. This four-door luxury sedan offers all of the creature conveniences of a luxury vehicle coupled with the horsepower of a sports car. While these vehicles have been very popular, many Porsche Panamera 970 owners have issues with their 970s. Some examples of these issues are:

Engine Overheating: Many Panamera owners experience problems with their engines overheating, even in very low mileage vehicles. Often, a warning light on the dashboard is a leading indicator.

High Oil Consumption: Another headache for some Porsche owners is the amount of oil consumed by their automobiles. The amounts reported have been as high as a quart every 1000 miles.

Swaying When Turning: Swaying while negotiating turns or uneven terrain is a major safety hazard encountered by some Panamera owners while driving.

Failed Front Air Suspension Strut: Many Panamera drivers report discovering their vehicles air suspension struts have failed while parking their cars overnight.

Mirror Adjustment Problems: Sudden failure of the automatic mirror adjustment is frequently reported by some Panamera owners.

If you experience any other these problems with your Porsche Panamera 970, we recommend you take it to the nearest Porsche service center for diagnostics. The friendly and knowledgeable staff will be able to provide you with all of the necessary information to make the correct repairs in a reasonable amount of time with minimal impact to your budget.

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