Performance 85 Without Air Suspension?

Performance 85 Without Air Suspension?

Is it possible to order a P85 w/o the Air Suspension? The site automatically pre-checks it on the options but I have read that some people claim they have P85's w/o the $2250 option.

bpo | July 24, 2013

I saw one at the dealership with the sticker and it showed negative $1500 for not having the air.

CoreyM | July 24, 2013

The Seattle store has a P85 without air suspension in the showroom. What I was told was that their supplier ran out so rather than wait, they produced some P85's without air--mainly to put in stores.

Don't know that you can order them without air suspension otherwise though.

NomoDinos | July 24, 2013

Ditto for the Fashion Island store. I test drove a beautiful black P85 without air suspension. They also noted that this was so they would just have enough for test drives. If you don't mind the tester, I would inquire about purchasing one.

Captain_Zap | July 24, 2013

A P85 without air suspension in Seattle?
I think that might be an issue.

TikiMan | July 24, 2013

Why would you want it without it?

Brian H | July 24, 2013

Price and immediate delivery?

TikiMan | July 25, 2013

One of the things I LOVE about the active air-suspension is the fact that it constantly adjusts the ride height depending on conditions.

-When I park, my MS always clears most curbs, and parking bumpers.

-When I pull into a steep driveway, it always clears it straight on (if it’s really steep, I can adjust it even higher).

-When I drive past 40 MPH, it settles in at the most arrow-dynamic height for best performance (like some of the fastest exotics).

Brian H | July 25, 2013

aerodynamic No archery involved.

Does it sense the steep driveways? Doesn't sound right (yet).

TikiMan | July 25, 2013


It doesn't need to sense them, when driving below 40 MPH, it raises the car to a slightly higher height (standard), which is similar to that of a typical non-performance sadan. After 40 MPH, it looks and feels like a racecar, that takes bumps like a Bentley :-)