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Warranty information

Standard on every Porsche: the warranty.

Standard on every Porsche: the warranty.

Every Porsche comes with a warranty. The following page contains an overview of all the applicable warranty periods for Porsche vehicles.

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Maintenance plans for your vehicle

A question of timing: service intervals.

An overview of the service intervals applicable to your Porsche is available in the "Warranty and Maintenance" booklet in your vehicle document wallet. Your local Porsche Centre will also be happy to answer any questions and provide information.

Porsche tyre approvals

You wouldn't let just anybody drive your Porsche.

Porsche is one of the few car makers to undertake extensive tyre development and testing, and publish regular manufacturer approvals for summer and winter tyres for all new vehicles. Here's an overview of the relevant approvals in PDF format.

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Vehicle information

WLTP

From 1 September 2018, the new "Worldwide Harmonized Light-Duty Vehicles Test Procedures" (WLTP) test procedure applies to all commercial vehicle registrations. The new test procedure is based on the "New European Driving Cycle" (NEDC). Here you will find answers to frequently asked questions.

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Other vehicle and registration documents

Porsche - Even more info – with just one click.

Even more info – with just one click.

On the following page, you can download forms to apply for vehicle and registration documents. It also contains detailed information about connecting a mobile phone to PCM or the CDR via Bluetooth®.

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REACh EU Regulation

The REACh regulation introduced a system for the registration of new and even existing substances in the European market. It also serves as an authorisation and restriction procedure for substances of very high concern. The European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) compiled a Candidate List containing SVHCs (Substances of Very High Concern), which are registered and reported and can be banned, depending on the decisions of the EU Commission.

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