I would want an explicit explanation. Any legit seller should be able to provide this. To me it's all about disclosure, disclosure, and disclosure.Question, if you saw this service on a used Performante would you be skeptical about what caused it? I talked to the service center that performed the work and they said there was no damage to the axle that looked to be the result of an accident. They said that maybe sometimes this could’ve been manufacturing related or just an aberration.
it won’t be a CPO. It will just be an extended warranty program that you could get from any lambo dealer as long as car passes the inspection that they will require I’m sure. Very similar to Mclaren extended warranty program is what I’m hearing.Once implemented, any existing Performante owner will be able to get the CPO and warranty even if bought from a non-Lambo dealer?
Call Rancho Mirage Lamborghini in Cali and ask for Jesus in service. He will give you some good info about status of extended warranty programs. Please do update this thread with what you find out.I ended up walking away from that Performante due to the left axle being replaced and not receiving a clear explanation behind the damage. I’m ended up buying a ‘19 GT3RS thinking I would be good, lol. I’m now back in the market looking for a Performante 🤣.
Anyone bought a third-party extended warranty for a Huracan? I just can’t bring myself to buy one without some form of warranty.
I called Jesus and he said the status is the same; still waiting for Lamborghini to announce warranty plan for Perfs. He also recommended not to buy a Perf from a non-Lambo dealer, lol. I told him there is not much choice in the market to begin with and most Lambo dealers don’t have a Perf in stock.Call Rancho Mirage Lamborghini in Cali and ask for Jesus in service. He will give you some good info about status of extended warranty programs. Please do update this thread with what you find out.
I was thinking of adding a GT3 RS to the stable - any feedback on it?