If you’ve noticed the front bonnet struts on your Porsche are starting to fail, we recommend you replace them sooner rather than later to avoid the trunk lid descending unexpectedly. Unfortunately, we have a customer with a couple of stitches … Read more
If you have experienced wet front carpets or ongoing electrical issues, the problem could be that you have blocked plenum drains. Cayenne’s have a series of drain systems that take water from the sunroof, where the bonnet meets the windscreen … Read more
Whilst having work completed at NINEAUTO, one of our customers decided to paint the roll bar on his 986 … Read more
Sticky and worn climate control switches can compromise the everyday enjoyment of your Porsche and really date a car. Overtime, sweaty, oily hands and constant use can leave switches sticky to the touch with faded often illegible markings. This is … Read more
If you’re having difficulty getting your key in and out of the ignition, it’s more than likely that you need to replace the ignition switch. The primary role of the ignition switch is as the name suggestion to engage the … Read more
The current new car warranty for Porsches is three years, this comes around quickly.
If you aren’t ready to trade your car for a new one you can extend the factory warranty (up to 15 years now), which is what … Read more
Around Melbourne’s Bayside suburbs the sporty Macan is becoming increasingly popular, with its stylish compact body, highly responsive 7 speed gear box and dog friendly interior, it’s now outselling the Cayenne by 2 to 1. In fact, the latest Porsche … Read more
Launched back in 2002, there are now many older Cayenne’s still on the road providing a great driving experience, but no longer under manufacturer’s warranty. As a result, we are getting more and more calls and web inquiries from Cayenne … Read more
2019 is the 25th Anniversary of the launch of the Porsche 993, so the earliest models now meet the VicRoads qualifying criteria for an historic license plate!
Gee how time flies… I bet for many the launch of the 993 … Read more
These small rubber cones are probably up there with brakes and wiper blades as one of the most commonly replaced parts on a Porsche. Judging by appearance, the humble bump stop looks like a very basic part, however the role … Read more