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Porsche Panamera Leasing

Porsche doesn't just make sports cars. You can pick up a fashionable SUV or, in the case of the Panamera, a surprisingly sensible hatchback. It’s still a Porsche, so it’s incredibly quick and handles amazingly well, but now you get to take the family and the dog with you. It’s available to lease at a reasonable and rational entry point, but there’s also stupendously powerful sports versions, and even an eco-friendly plug-in hybrid, meaning the Panamera could be the most versatile Porsche yet.
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Top 3 Features

Exciting performance.

Supreme build quality.

Pleasingly practical.

  • With 4 good-sized seats and a large boot, the Panamera is Porsche’s sensible model. It’s large for a Porsche. It’ll take 405 litres which, to put that into perspective, is a little less than you’ll find in a Honda Civic. But by 200mph sports car standards, that’s huge. The rear seats fold down too, so you won’t struggle to move anything unless it starts getting really bulky. And if that’s not enough, then the Sport Turismo will hold anything between 520 and 1390 litres.

    Passenger-wise, there’s plenty of room in the Panamera. In truth, 4 adults will fit easily, even with its sleek roofline, but there’s also the 4+1 seating option if you need a 5th seatbelt and then the Sport Turismo estate if you need even more room. And finding spots for phones and drinks is also pleasingly easy.

  • With everything in the range from a plug-in hybrid that can run for up to 35 miles without starting the engine, to 700hp supercars that can almost hit 200mph, how much it costs to run a Panamera depends on your need for speed.

    At one end of the scale, the plug-in hybrid can go a good distance without using any petrol, which could mean you have almost cost-free motoring if your daily use suits its limitations. At the other end, the 630hp Turbo S is unlikely to return even 20mpg and has CO2 emissions that are literally off the chart. It’s quick, though.

    Every Panamera is covered by a 3-year warranty, with no limits on mileage, meaning you’ll be unlikely to face any unexpected bills during a 36-month lease.

Models Available

The Porsche Panamera is available as a 5-door hatchback (although Porsche calls it a saloon) and a 5-door estate (that Porsche calls Sport Turismo.)

Trim Levels

Panamera 4 (and E-Hybrid) 4S (and E-Hybrid) GTS Turbo S (and E-Hybrid)Even the entry-level Panameras come with an impressive equipment list. There are seemingly endless optional extras to choose from, but you probably won’t need them – LED headlights, 19-inch alloy wheels, automatically dimming door mirrors, electrically adjustable and heated seats, dual-zone climate control, a rear-view camera, an impressive 10-speaker sound system, 4G connectivity, satellite navigation, and an electric tailgate are among many items which are included as standard.

The Porsche Panamera Vs Competitors

The BMW 8 Series and Audi A7 are technically the Panamera’s direct rivals, especially the sportier models with more powerful engines, but the Mercedes-Benz CLS is probably the 2nd-best alternative to the Porsche. The Merc balances power and practicality, making it a compelling leasing option.Why only the 2nd-best alternative? Porsche’s own Taycan (and more practical Taycan Sport Turismo) looks and feels like a future Panamera that’s been launched early. With all-electric power, it’s extremely fast, environmentally sound and as safe as you can get.
  • Surprisingly, it’s difficult to say. In consumer surveys, Porsche gets mixed results – the Macan topped the SUV category in the most recent What Car? reliability study, but the brand took the bottom 3 slots in the sports car category with the 911, Panamera and Cayman. The 3-year, unlimited-mileage warranty is what gives you peace of mind to lease one, though.

  • Every Porsche Panamera is covered by a strong warranty, so most lease deals will leave drivers protected from unexpected bills. Servicing isn’t cheap, but it’s not needed frequently so is quite competitive. Fuel bills? That depends entirely on your right foot!

  • The entry point to the Panamera range, simply called Panamera, still has a 330hp engine, which translates to a top speed of 168mph and a 0-62mph sprint time of 5.4 seconds. At the other end of the range, the 700hp Turbo S E-Hybrid will hit 62mph in just 3.2 seconds and go on to 196mph.

  • Every model in the Panamera range features 4-wheel drive, apart from the entry-level model which uses a rear-wheel drive set-up. Every other model, from the basic Panamera 4 to the range-topping Turbo S E-Hybrid, uses an all-wheel-drive system complemented by various electronic aids to ensure maximum traction.

  • The Panamera has either a 2.9-litre V6 engine or a 4.0-litre V8 engine, and you’ll find it under the bonnet at the front. While the famous 911 has a rear-mounted engine, that’s not an option for the more practical Panamera

  • Leasing a Porsche Panamera with Vanarama is the smartest way to upgrade what you drive. Not only will you get the best price, guaranteed with our Price Promise*, there’s also no hidden fees, extra protection should the worst happen and access to expert advice when you need it! What are you waiting for? Find your New Lease Of Life today!

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