Your suspension plays a big role in the safety and comfort of your ride. When you’re driving a Porsche, you’ve got a lot of premium suspension concerns and maintenance needs to address, which is why you can’t trust it to just anyone. For the best import and luxury service in South Florida, count on the team at Euromotive.
The air suspension system was developed all the way back in World War II, and was specifically used for heavy aircraft where they wanted to make construction more compact and save weight. Today, it has been evolved and adapted to all kinds of technologies, including being used as a premium suspension option in several luxury and import brands like Porsche.
Air suspension is used in vehicles to provide a smoother ride and consistent driving quality that you don’t’ get with traditional steel suspension systems and mechanics. Air suspension requires special considerations for maintenance and repair, and when you’re servicing one in a Porsche, it’s going to be even more important to rely on the experienced professionals to get things back in working order.
Air suspension systems work by using a hydraulic air system that responds to the different driving conditions to provide shock absorption to the vehicle. The air system can adjust during the ride, or can be adjusted through different driving modes, such as in models like the Cayenne that have a Sport mode and other Drive Mode options.
The first step to fixing your Porsche air suspension is diagnosing the problem. When you bring your vehicle to Euromotive, we’ll perform a full diagnostic scan and inspection to ensure that we get to the root of the problem. Then, we’ll let you know what’s going on and advise you as to the best course of action for repair, replacement, or other things you may need. Plus, we’ll do it all with quality OEM parts that are Porsche-approved for use in their vehicles and give you the peace of mind that your vehicle is back in like new condition.
You should also consider having your air suspension inspected during routine maintenance intervals. Although different models will advise different mileage increments, we suggest having a good look at the system at least once a year, or every 10,000 miles or so. more serious maintenance and upkeep can be performed around 30,000-50,000 miles. Of course, maintenance can also be driver-specific, so it’s important to talk to us about what your Porsche needs so that you can give it the specific care that it deserves.
Call the team at Euromotive for whatever suspension issues you may be having, or even if you just want the system checked out to make sure it’s safe and operating properly. We can provide service to Porsche owners throughout Fort Lauderdale, Miami, Hallandale, Hollywood, Davie, Miami Beach, Coral Gables, Boca Raton, and other nearby communities. Call (954) 944-2779 or schedule an appointment now.
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