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another PPI question

David Winch

19 Jan 2004
Firstly apologies, this is a v typical question from someone that knows v little about the thing they're about to spend 36k on, and I recognise that this question has been asked by others b4.

Am in the closing stages of buying a 996 coupe (98, R) from Paragon. They've been good so far and their rep is good from what I have read here and elsewhere. The car comes with an extendable warranty (will take 2 yrs) and I read that if a car is under warranty then a PPI is more to check for accident damage etc. rather than mechanical faults, therefore do I need to get a PPI done?? Not being cheap, just want to make sure I do things the right way. Would someone like ABS spot anything that Paragon haven't, assuming they're being upfront about the condition (or is that the point?!!)

Any advice welcome on PPI and/or Paragon. cheers!

Migration info. Legacy thread was 14567
Hello can you afford to take the risk without a PPI which will only cost you a couple of hundred pounds and you will have peace of mind as well.


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