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 12/5/2014 10:44 AM
 

Good morning fellow Porsche enthusiasts

My Cayenne was in an accident several months ago, and has since been repaired. The at-fault party's Insurance Company is willing to work with me on a Diminished Value Claim, but I need help from a dealer to provide, in writing, their reckoning of how much the accident has cost me in terms of diminished value.

Tom Wood Porsche, my local dealer, refuses to help me.

Can anyone recommend a friendly, helpful dealer to me who might be willing to give me 15 minutes to help me out? I've called around to other places, but I either get no return call, or those who answer the phone seem to have no idea what I'm talking about.

Best regards,

Jennifer Vail

Fishers, IN

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 11/15/2015 2:23 PM
 

Hi Jennifer, seems you need a market appraisal for your now-repaired Cayenne.  Here's an interesting post on the PCA National website about a similar situation https://www.pca.org/tech/2000-996-valet-accident-valuation  I like the idea of having a dealer appraise your Cayenne for a dealer trade-in value, but you'd need to approach the appraisal from a different angle.  You could also have an independent repair shop appraise your repaired Cayenne.  Terry Heath at Euro Motorworks would probably do a fee-based appraisal http://www.euromotorworks.com/  as Terry has a wealth of experience repairing Porsches.  Good luck!  --Manny

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