Porsche Panamera S E-Hybrid Available at All Porsche Dealerships Nationwide

DEC 20 2013 BY ERIC LOVEDAY 2

Order Your Porsche Panamera S E-Hybrid From Your Nearest Porsche Dealer - Some Dealers Even Have Them on the Lot Right Now

Order Your Porsche Panamera S E-Hybrid From Your Nearest Porsche Dealer – Some Dealers Even Have Them on the Lot Right Now – Listing Courtesy of Cars.com

With 35 Porsche Panamera S E-Hybrids sold in September and 4 more sold in November, we decided to take a look at inventory of this vehicle to see where it’s available in the US.

Porsche Panamera S E-Hybrid Makes Debut in November With 4 Units Sold

Porsche Panamera S E-Hybrid Made Sales Debut Already This Year – Click to Enlarge

Of course, most of the listings for the Panamera S E-Hybrid we’re at dealers in California, but when we contacted some other Porsche dealerships sprinkled across the nation, the picture became clear: the Porsche Panamera S E-Hybrid is offered and available nationwide right now.

We see a few dozen in inventory in the US as of today.  For a Porsche model, that’s a decent amount of inventory, especially when one considers that most of the Panamera S E-Hybrid listed for sales cost upwards of $110,000 (MSRP is $99,000, but as with most all Porsche vehicles, options are plentiful and expensive).

We expect to see sales of the Panamera S E-Hybrid stabilize soon, with monthly sales levels of 30-75 units predicted.

Why mention the Panamera S E-Hybrid right now?  We felt it necessary to let you know that this is indeed a nationwide offering.  Yes, it’s pricey so it won’t sell in volume, but at least Porsche offers it throughout the US.

Porsche Panamera S-E Hybrid

Porsche Panamera S-E Hybrid

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2 Comments on "Porsche Panamera S E-Hybrid Available at All Porsche Dealerships Nationwide"

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David Murray

Am I the only one that finds this car to be ugly? I mean I know beauty is in the eye of the beholder and not everyone agrees on what cars are ugly and beautiful. However, I thought anything with the Porsche logo on it was supposed to be beautiful to everyone. But somehow I can’t get into this car. I’d actually rather have a Chevy Volt.

Dan Hue

I for one like it. It’s distinctly Porsche, which to me have a sort of accessibility and everyday-ness that is appealing. They seem to be tackling electrification from the other end than Tesla, and that is fine too. I’d love a Cayman hybrid for everyday commute as well as an occasional track day.