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Lease a New Porsche Car Today

When you’re looking to get a new Porsche, most people want to lease the vehicle rather than buy it. This is because this will allow you to always drive a late model Porsche rather than owning one that you’ll have to perform the maintenance on and let the features become out of date. When you lease, you get to keep the vehicle for a set period of time, and then you return it for a new one when the lease expires. This way, you get to enjoy all the latest features every few years. Of course, if you end up falling in love with the lease, you can always exercise the option to buy it when the lease period has ended.

Leasing on Your Terms

The one problem many people have with leasing is that you can often get roped into terms that really don’t work very well for you. That is not the case when you work with us here at eAutoLease.com. We work with you to come up with all the details of your lease so you can be confident that it will work for you. If you’d like a shorter lease, we can get that set up for you without a problem. If you know you’ll be driving more than the average person, we can set up the terms to allow a greater number of miles during your lease.
Whatever it is you need, we are here to help ensure you get it without any trouble. Even if you’re not looking to lease a Porsche, we can help you with that as well. We work with all the auto manufacturers so no matter what type of vehicle you want, we can get it for you.

Financing Your Auto Lease

In addition to helping you to get the right terms for your lease, we can also help you to get it financed. We help many of our customers to get the financing they need with the interest rate and other terms just where they want them. We work hard on your behalf to get you approved for the amount you need to drive the vehicle you desire.

Company Overview

Porsche is a German automobile manufacturer specializing in the production and distribution of high-performance sports cars, sedans, and SUVs. Porsche’s headquarters are in Stuttgart, Germany and the company is owned by the Volkswagen Group. The most prominent models of Porsche are the 718 Boxster, Porsche 911, Panamera, Macan, Cayenne, and Taycan.

Porsche is considered the largest and the most traditional sports car manufacturer and one of the most profitable auto producers in the world. Porsche is one of the most well-known brands in the world and it has become a status symbol just like designer clothes or luxury holidays.

A Brief History of Porsche

Ferdinand Porsche, the company’s founder, was once the chief engineer of Mercedes-Benz and even worked on Volkswagen models. Porsche founded his own company in 1931 and named it after himself. Following that, Porsche began creating cars that would become famous for their quality and performance.

The original Porsche model was built on the same platform as the Volkswagen Beetle. The ‘Porsche 64’ debuted in 1938 and was immediately popular due to its unusual look and upscale vibe.

When the war broke out, the company’s growth was hindered, requiring Porsche to focus on developing tanks rather than vehicles. However, the company began to recover in 1947, with the introduction of the Grand Prix racing car. By the 1960s, the Porsche family had established themselves as a successful sports car designer and manufacturer, with annual debuts at the Frankfurt International Auto Show. Then, in 1964, the first-ever Porsche 911 made its debut, creating a legacy in the industry. Porsche continued expanding and innovating its lineup over the next few decades until the Porsche 911 Turbo, introduced in 1995, became the first vehicle to feature onboard computer diagnosis. This feature would transform the auto service industry.

Porsche has retained its position in the market as a manufacturer of unrivaled supercars and racing innovations to this day. While the Porsche 911 is one of many nameplates, it is possibly the most iconic and well-rounded vehicle under the brand’s name, with over twenty-one versions and seven trim levels.

Contact Us Today

If you have any questions about how our auto leasing agency works, or what we can do for you, please don’t hesitate to give us a call at 718-871-CARS (2277). You can also call us with questions about different vehicles, to set up a test drive, to discuss financing, or anything else you might need. We are always here to help you throughout the leasing process so please don’t hesitate to give us a call. We look forward to serving you soon.

Porsche FAQ

How much does a Porsche 911 Carrera cost?

The base Porsche 911 Carrera has an MSRP of $91,000. The 911 can be purchased in several modifications and its price can skyrocket all the way up to $293,000. For instance, 911 Turbo S costs around $190,000.


Who is Porsche owned by?

The Volkswagen Group owns Porsche AG. It has completed its takeover of Porsche and now acquires 50.1 percent of the luxury automaker. According to the agreement, Volkswagen has to pay Porsche $5.6 billion, plus one ordinary VW share.


Where is Porsche manufactured?

The main factory and headquarters of the company are located in Zuffenhausen, which is a district in Stuttgart, Germany. Panamera and Cayenne are also produced in Leipzig, Germany. However, some parts for Porsche’s SUV are assembled in the Volkswagen Touareg Factory in Bratislava, Slovakia.


What is the most expensive Porsche model?

Porsche is a well-known producer of sports cars and its most expensive model is 2021 Porsche 911 Turbo S that costs over $273,000. Its maximum speed is 205 mph and it has over 640 horsepower and over 590 pound-feet of torque.


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