Porsche Panamera 970 Swaying When Turning

Porsche Panamera

The Panamera 970 is the first attempt by German auto manufacturer Porsche to market a full size luxury sedan instead of its high performance sports cars Porsche purists know and love. Surprisingly, the Porsche Panamera 970 exhibits many of the same high performance characteristics as its Carrera cousin such as superior handling and horsepower. Though this combination proves appealing to several Panamera owners, some of them report problems with their vehicles.

Part of the attraction with the Porsche Panamera 970 is its superior maneuverability. Therefore, it is extremely disappointing for Panamera owners when their vehicles fail to deliver on this item. Frequently, Panamera owners report a feeling of swaying when negotiating sharp turns in their automobiles. This is most often associated with uneven or unexpected terrain, but may occur even on a broad, flat surface.

Any issues with steering or handling are grave safety hazards and should be immediately evaluated by a service professional. Due to the seriousness of this issue, we do not recommend attempting any repairs at home. If you experience any steering problems with your Porsche Panamera 970 we recommend stopping the vehicle and having it transported to your local Porsche service center as soon as possible.

Once there, the friendly staff of Porsche service technicians will run diagnostics and identify the cause of any steering or handling issues you may be experiencing with your Porsche Panamera 970. They will share their findings with you and work to find a solution to the problem. Their commitment to safety and customer satisfaction means they will not rest until they resolve your issues.

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