Meet Nick Murray, the owner of a faulty 2013 Porsche 911 who is far from being happy with his dream car.

[update] Porsche contacted Nick Murrary and offered to either give his money back or provide a replacement. Check out the press release section for Porsche's official response.

Meet Nick Murray, the owner of a faulty 2013 Porsche 911 who is far from being happy with his dream car.

After saving money for five years, Nick Murray finally managed to purchase a brand new Porsche 911 (991) in 2013 but he was unlucky to take delivery of a very faulty unit. It all started out with the rearview camera not working and then the car wouldn't start. After that, the passenger window started to roll on its own and make an annoying noise while the driver's side mirror malfunctioned as well.

It doesn't end here as the problems go on with an empty battery after longer trips, smoke inside the cabin, car breaking down on the highway and even water penetrating the passenger side floor. The 911 spent more than 60 days in service during which it received numerous replacement parts, including a shiny new horn.

Nick is asking Porsche North America to either give him a new car or the money back as he isn't willing to take the "packages" offered by the company. He went on to say that Porsche even started to make "thinly veiled threats" to accept the deal while Nick responded with several videos like the one attached here.

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Owner of faulty 2013 Porsche 911 shares his grief [video]