Looking on the Porsche website MSRP of 2021 Macan S is 60K and 65K for 2022. Does anyone know if they lumped some options or if it’s all price increase? Also, what’s considered a good % discount these days for a new build order?
The 2022 has the old GTS engine, right? Maybe also has adjustable dampers by default, whereas the 2021 doesn’t… still, I’d take the 2021 for the real buttons!
This is where I go to find recent year to year info 2021 Porsche Macan Review, Pricing, and Specs
Yes, the motors between the MY21 and the MY22 are different. I don’t recall the other (if any) differences.
I think @wam22 would have this info!
Or just a simple Google search of ‘2022 Porsche Macan’ will give you all sorts of articles and reviews on what changed.
What’s New for 2022?
Porsche updated the Macan’s front and rear bumpers and added new wheel designs to the order form for 2022. The interior sports a reworked center console, steering wheel, and shift lever. The base turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder now makes 261 horsepower, and the Macan S inherits the 375-hp twin-turbo 2.9-liter V-6 from last year’s GTS. Porsche cut the Turbo from the list but transferred its 434-hp V-6 to the GTS.
There are more options standard but the highlights are a new exterior design, center console from the Cayenne, and the 2.9 twin turbo six cylinder from the 21 GTS is standard.
Also, no one builds those cars at those base prices. All the 22 S models I have seen are $80-$85k. MSRP would be a good deal on a 22 (I expect most dealers are $5k-$10k over). MAYBE you can find a new 21 for MSRP or a CPO loaner for at/under.
That’s exactly the info I was looking to get and the reason for my post here vs google. Thanks!
I built one around 76K. It’s pretty crazy out there, some dealers seem to be asking above MSRP for 2 year old CPOs. Just saw someone asking 80K for 2020 CPO with 75K original MSRP
Am I right that PASM is standard on the '22 S? I thought I read that somewhere and the configurator adds up from what I can tell.
PASM is standard but air suspension is optional still.
If you are in the NYC area, Gold coast has their Macans for MSRP. I was able to pick one up today for that price, and they had a couple of Macan S’s that arrived at their dealership on the transport yesterday. finance rates are atrocious though. and yes, the S’s they had were all in the 80-85 range. I didn’t want to wait 4 months so I got one of their preconfigured ones. Not my top picks, but 85% of the stuff I liked.
im more curious at who is actually buying those cars, like the 2020 CPO example. that said, the dealership I bought from mentioned that there were 46 porsches that were onboard the ship that caught fire, so that sucks for them, and who knows, maybe they will stop selling at MSRP for the near term. if you are interested, let me know and I can send you the contact I used.
Thanks but I’m in AZ. Last time when I talked to my sales guy here he implied that he would give me a discount but I didn’t not push because I wasn’t ready to sign. I’m still going back and forth. I like the design but after I test drove a X5 m50 I think I am going to get more car for about the same money.
Oh my bad. For some reason I thought you were in the north east. Yes the m50 will be much more bang for the buck.
When you said discount is that off of msrp or off adm from the Porsche. Now I wonder if msrp isn’t that good of a deal anymore.
It’s off MSRP. I think MSRP is still a good deal especially on an in stock unit. I will have to wait till April or May to get one. Don’t worry about the price anymore. Even if I get a discount I doubt that it will be more than 2-3% which is not a lot of money in the grand scheme. Just enjoy your new Macan. It’s a beautiful car.
I almost picked up a cpo Macan from Gold Coast. They had 15 loaners listed under 600 back in early 2020 and those loaners ranged in options but all were one price. I was offered a well equipped 2.0 macan msrp $60xxx for $599 with $2k das. Should’ve took it haha.
They still have a ton of cpo macan bases. I don’t recall the prices for lease though. I don’t think it’s worth it. It’s better to buy outright or finance. Leasing rates are like 5% plus all the other fees. It’s sucks.
Curious to get an updated view on Macan S pricing. Have a dealer here willing to do MSRP but refuses to go under. What were these cards going for vs MSRP in more normal times?
With a little effort you could get about 7-10% off on everything from a Macan to a 911 back in the good ole days.
you should take the car if they offering msrp. maybe try a few other dealers and push around