I have a 2005 Cayenne myself and it's amazing. It still has the famous roar of a Porsche engine when you accelerate, but the room of a SUV. When you coast with the car, it's so smooth you wonder if the engine is on. And it's definitely an attention grabber. Strangers love to comment on how beautiful the car is. And you'll hear this a lot, "I didn't know Porsche made an SUV." My regret is not getting any options. I miss the nav system, bluetooth, a good sound system and a mp3 input. The ride is a little dull without them. Also it's a bite at the gas station. I fill up about every 5 days at about $75 at the pump. And i have the V6 only. I definitely like have the tan interior better the gray options. It looks more high end.
This is a solid car with brake and gas response like nothing else. Of course the 500HP twin turbos and 6 piston front disk brakes are key.
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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