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Avoid O’Daniel Auto Group

For quite some time I have been meaning to warn the public about Porsche of Fort Wayne and O’Daniel Motor Group in general.  It is best to avoid them at all of their locations and in all of their services.

Forget about owning a Porsche and getting service in Fort Wayne and their auto body shop is staffed with crooks!  I will be getting into all of the details but first allow me to say:

Porsche no longer makes reliable roadworthy vehicles.  The Porsche warranty, whether it is factory CPO or Porsche dealership service is worthless.

Porsche does NOT stand behind their warranty service policies and the new Porsches are nothing less than time bombs waiting to go off.  I will have a lot to say, but Porsche of Fort Wayne can not be trusted and their service is sloppy, shoddy and incompetent.  Porsche of Fort Wayne can not even give a decent alignment.

Never buy a Porsche from O’Daniel.  IN fact, it would serve you better not to buy a new Porsche at all.  Why?  They are overly complicated.  Dealership technicians differ on their diagnoses and recommendations and parts and repairs are always through the roof.

My car?  A first version Cayenne Turbo.  I have 216,000 miles, a lot of experience and have been to many Porsche dealerships across the nation.  I am going to report upon it all, in detail.

I estimate the cost to run to be between $2-$3 per mile.

#PCA #PCNA #PORSCHEAG

BOYCOTT ALL NEW CARS & TRUCKS

Why would you not want to buy a new car?  Because we are all getting screwed.  Don’t buy a new Porsche.  Why?  Because they are all Turbo’s.  Do you know what it costs to run and maintain a Turbo Porsche?  I do.  I have one of the best and it costs DOUBLE WHAT A NORMALLY ASPIRATED PORSCHE USED TO COST!

Twice as many things break on a Turbo compared to a normally aspirated Porsche.  Why did Porsche do this?  Money.  And to satisfy our EPA requirements.  I would not touch a new “modern” DFI engine either.  Because they are much more complicated (costly) and, moreover, are designed to “accumulate” more carbon inside the engine which means early engine failure and early engine component failure.  All to play the California CARB and the EPA’s games!

And I would not buy anyone else’s new car either.  Or diesel truck!  Why?  Because for at least two years all of the auto manufacturers have been sitting on advance technology, suppressing simple technology that uses “water” and renders as much as 60% more MPG with cleaner air, cheaper engines and longer lasting engines.  DO NOT BUY ANYTHING NEW!

Don’t buy anything until the auto manufacturers come out with their engines built around hydrogen on demand.  Sure, you could retrofit your existing engine but your gains disappear within a few hundred miles because you engine’s computer is not tuned for hydrogen.

Furthermore, all of these emissions requirements are costly and result in shorter engine life and increase pollution!  There is no need for a catalytic converter when your engine is running cleaner.  Remember “acid rain?”  It was a hoax designed to foist off expensive platinum based technology on us.  There was no acid rain!  GM had substandard paint jobs was all it was; more importantly, the reduction in sulfur (that was actually good for the environment and great for farmers) resulted in more nitric oxides!

Nitric oxides are what has and is killing our lakes and streams!  Increased nitric oxides, the trade off of using catalytic converters, killed life in the Great Bay in New Hampshire and is responsible for the deadly algae blooms in Lake Erie and elsewhere!

And those DEF systems on small truck diesel engines?  There is no telling the unintended consequences of that technology yet.  Sure, the exhaust smells cleaner but the MPG were cut by 20% while the cost per gallon of diesel went up by 10%.  EVERYBODY PAYS FOR THAT in terms of higher prices across the board!

Cummins diesels are so clean they never needed DEF but the other big two insisted that RAM had to submit to the same expensive DEF systems even though RAM burns cleaner.  You add hydrogen on demand to a diesel and you get even greater gains than you get on a gasoline engine!

So, DON’T BUY ANYTHING until the manufacturers come out with their existing (suppressed) engines that are built around hydrogen and tuned to run on hydrogen on demand boosted gas or diesel engines.  Why would you want to buy a more expensive vehicle with substandard outdated technology?

We can all have much greater MPG and lower costs of ownership and more efficient maintenance by boycotting and refusing to buy anything new.  Only buy used.  Only buy the old technology that has been depreciated.  The EPA be damned and the auto manufacturers as well!

 

Note: DFI on gas engines such as Porsche means Direct Fuel Injection in contrast to DEF on diesel engines means Diesel Exhaust Fluid which basically is injecting cat piss (urea) into the diesel engine and forcing it to run on hobbling emissions scrubbing modes.