Archive for December, 2019

What does Porsche PDK stand for?

Friday, December 27th, 2019
2020 Porsche 718 PDK shifter close up

Explaining the Porsche PDK Clutch System

When companies develop exciting new technologies, they often give them complex names that are abbreviated or turned into an acronym. While these usually sound catchy, they often don’t give consumers enough information to figure out what they entail.

So, when you hear something like PDK when people are talking about Porsche vehicles, it may be confusing. Let us help.

What does Porsche PDK stand for?

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How much does the 2020 Porsche Macan cost?

Thursday, December 19th, 2019
2020 Porsche Macan on cobblestone streets

2020 Porsche Macan Trims and Prices

The crossover SUV dominates the American automotive market. Every auto manufacturer has developed a model to claim their slice of the market. Porsche is no exception. Known for their luxury performance vehicles, Porsche introduced the Macan a few years back (in 2014), and the crossover has been one of its best sellers ever since. It’s no surprise that many people are looking to get their hands on one. But high quality comes with a high price tag. Or does it?

How much does the 2020 Porsche Macan cost?

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Is Porsche a good company?

Wednesday, December 11th, 2019
Porsche employees having a laugh

Porsche Named “Best Employer 2020”

As time goes by, consumers and employees alike are worrying more about how their actions affect each other and the planet. People are more willing than ever to pay more for a quality product produced by a trustworthy and ethical company. Potential workers are looking for companies that align with their morals and philosophies. There are multiple watchdog companies that also look at these factors and compile annual lists of the best companies around.

Turns out that Porsche is one of them.

So why is Porsche a good company?

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Does Porsche still make diesel cars?

Monday, December 2nd, 2019
2020 Porsche Taycan driving toward camera

Porsche Discontinues Diesel Car Production

Many drivers love diesel engines. When taken care of, they are incredibly reliable and long-lasting. From semis to the family sedan, imported diesel vehicles are a prominent fixture of the imported auto market. But that may be changing.

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