Porsche Atlanta Perimeter offered 3% on remaining 2020 inventory to me.This thread is a list of dealers selling the Taycan at MSRP with no mark-up. Please feel free to post up any dealers you know who have a policy of selling the Taycan at MSRP and I will add it to this first post. Thank you everyone for sharing!
MSRP Dealer List:
Porsche Steven Creek - Santa Clara, CA (per dennis and bayareakaren)
Carlsen Porsche - Redwood City, CA (per Miwa)
Porsche of Bellevue - Bellevue, WA (per Fitzban)
Porsche Riverside - Riverside, CA (per Andyamg)
Porsche Woodland Hills - Woodland Hills, CA (per Marshall)
Porsche of Tacoma - Tacoma, WA (per PanameraFrank)
Prime Porsche - Westwood, MA (per MissionC)
Porsche Annapolis - Annapolis, MD (per epirali)
Porsche of The Main Line - Newtown Square, PA (per CWW)
Euroclassics Porsche - Richmond, VA (per jkjjpc)
Porsche of the Village - Cincinnati, OH (per CinVinman)
Porsche Melbourne - Melbourne, FL (per r553)
Park Place Porsche - Dallas, TX (per 2Goldens)
Porsche of Colorado Springs - Colorado Springs, CO (per Squiden)
Porsche Waukesha - Waukesha, WI (per Jeff FF)
Porsche Zentrum Lörrach - Lörrach, Germany (per TIM)
I have an allocations which freezes in a few days. Porsche Fremont refused to discount off MSRP for a new custom order, but said they would discount the stock on the lot. There does seem to be quite a few Taycans in inventory - Fremont has 10 and Stevens Creek 12. I am considering just cancelling my order and buying a new car off the lot early next year as there's already a few close to my build and even more so with features like InnoDrive being available OTA.I don't think anyone in the Bay Area is marking them up... at least several of the dealers were listed in this thread. Since you already have a couple of p-cars, you can just ask your salesperson. The only difference is allocation, as some dealers may have an earlier slot. If you are looking to just take something off a lot, then you will at least want to search all of CA on autotrader or something. If the car is sitting on a lot, then there's definitely room for negotiation.
I would just purchase one off the lot. Most dealers across the country are going to be doing MSRP for a 2021 allocation, just no need to discount them given the limited allocations we're all looking at for next year.I have an allocations which freezes in a few days. Porsche Fremont refused to discount off MSRP for a new custom order, but said they would discount the stock on the lot. There does seem to be quite a few Taycans in inventory - Fremont has 10 and Stevens Creek 12. I am considering just cancelling my order and buying a new car off the lot early next year as there's already a few close to my build and even more so with features like InnoDrive being available OTA.
Thank you Ron! Appreciate that.I am very close to delivery now and I must say my dealership that had an 2020 allocation for me is doing quite well. That being Porsche of Bakersfield. They did do MSRP but was able to negotiate charger and tire kit that is now included in price for 2021 model year.
I was able to reserve for just $1k in February for a July lock, August Build, Nov PECLA Delivery. Could have been October for non-PECLA.
I have been working with Parris in Bakersfield and all is very smooth. Have yet to even visit the dealership. I was working with Stevens Creek Porsche starting October 2019 who were great as well, but due to queues in Bay Area, could not get me a 2020 allocation and I was too anxious so put a 2nd deposit in Bakersfield.
If interested in Bakersfield feel free to direct email me. I verified that they do now have available 2021 allocations. Also I do think that you should consider Grapevine with @LukeManning who has been a great contributor to this forum.