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Customer Review Summary for 2009 Porsche Cayenne
2009 Cayenne GTS
2009 Porsche CayenneP-Car - , 01/20/2013
I had been cross-shopping the '10-'11 BMW X5, '10 Range Rover Sport, and '11 Chevrolet Tahoe for six months. I was having a very difficult time finding a car with specific option packages and low miles within my budget. When a '09 Cayenne GTS that was in my budget range appeared on Carmax's site at a location in my region, I had it transferred for free just to check it out. When it arrived, I took my family (including a three-year-old in a car seat) for a test drive. We were blown away. Despite being older than any other car I was considering, this vehicle had very low miles and still smelled new. The real thrill was starting up the 4.8 liter V-8 and hearing the growl out of the Cayenne's exhaust. Despite it's aggressive stance and large wheels, the GTS rides quite nicely...smoother than the BMW 535i Sport I eventually traded. Despite the smoother ride, this car corners as well as the BMW and feels amazingly stable with all wheel drive. I had a few days to consider the purchase and after much research, I went for it. I've had the SUV for about a month now and still grin every time I fire up the engine. It's a unique vehicle and some might find it to be a bit quirky compared to the other vehicles I was considering. I, for one, highly recommend the Cayenne in any trim as long as it's equipped with a V-8.
Great Driving, Expensive to Maintain
2009 Porsche Cayennetom d - atlanta, GA05/26/2016
Repairs average $5000 per year
Great All-Around SUV
2009 Porsche CayenneAndy B - Columbus, OH07/25/2015
Handling that greatly exceeds expectations, lots of power on tap, a great blend of luxury and sport, and the versatility to do things like commute, handle weekend getaways, and even tow substantial loads, and to do them all well. And you can get one with a manual transmission! The only downside to this SUV is its poor fuel economy; the S and the Turbo models may be slightly better due to different gearing.
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