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.
I wasn't too happy about my wife's suggestion of trading my 911 convertible to our Cayenne since our family was growing but when my son accidentally cut his finger on a dog food can while trying to feed our pet, the true soul of the Porsche came out.
The emergency room was only 15 minuets from my house but when I saw the blood dripping, waiting for the ambilance was not an option.
The challenge was the short cut through the winding country side road with plenty of stop signs to test out the HANDLING, BRAKE, and the ever needed ACCELARATION with my wife and my hurting son in the same car not like my previous 2 sitter porsche911.
It was good to rely on a vehicle to take you from point A to B in the both quick and safest way possible.
(When every second counts, I've counted on the Porsche)
2004 Porsche CayenneBen - Chicago12/12/2011
I love my new Porsche Cayenne. I like driving this SUV as I feel proud having this in my name. Only problem is expensive and low mileage. Hope this Porsche company will not get financial problems like Volvo or Saab.
We want Porsche totally MADE IN GERMANY or USA.