Author: Curtis Farrell |

Top speed, responsive handling, great design, and outstanding German quality – these are the main charms of Porsche cars. Let’s see where one can buy a certified Porsche, and which Porsche dealership is considered the largest now.

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Porsche 911 Turbo Cabriolet © Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG

Porsche Dealers

There are nearly two hundred certified Porsche dealers in the US that maintain current Porsche factory offers. You may think it is not much for the whole country, but Porsches are expensive luxury cars, so it is a fairly big number (especially in comparison with some other luxury brands specialized in top-of-the-line sports cars).

The full list of certified Porsche dealers is available on the official Porsche Website (‘Find a Dealer’ section).

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Porsche 911 Turbo Cabriolet © Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG

The Largest Porsche Dealer

Currently, the largest volume Porsche dealer in the US is Champion Porsche located at 500 West Copans Road in Pompano Beach, Florida (part of the Miami Metropolitan Area). According to the official Champion Porsche Website, the dealership was founded in 1987 and remains the largest volume Porsche dealer for the last 29 years.

“Our factory certified sales team will be able to help your dream of owning a Porsche come true, and the skilled factory trained technicians in our service department will help you maintain that dream. With our own fleet of flatbed tow trucks our service department can help make bringing your Porsche in for service a little less stressful by offering our free vehicle pickup and delivery service, as well as secure indoor storage of your Porsche while in for service. From Porsche Driver’s Selection gear to Porsche Tequipment accessories, our boutique carries a large selection of items on hand for all your shopping needs”, says the site.

The current Champion Porsche catalog includes more than 200 positions of different Porsche models.

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