New Porsche Cayenne Quotes

Performance

The Cayenne is arguably the best 4x4 in terms of handling. The car turns sharply and stays planted and flat, with little to no body roll – a pleasing addition considering the size of the car. The entry-level 295bhp 3.6-litre V6 petrol takes you from 0-62s in 7.8 seconds and then on to a top speed of 143mph.The petrol-electric hybrid specification has 333bhp and covers the same sprint from 0-62mph in 6.5 seconds. The 245bhp 3.0-litre diesel gets to 62mph in 7.6 seconds.

Running Costs

The Cayenne is surprisingly affordable considering the size of the car. Economy and efficiency varies greatly depending on model chosen. The most efficient in terms of running costs and fuel economy is is the V6 diesel, which can return a very impressive 39.2mpg.At the other end of the scale is the V8 Turbo, which manages 24.6mpg but emits 270g/km of CO2. However, this car clearly offers a significant extra amount of power over the V6.

Equipment

The Cayenne has various levels of trims available, all featuring a very impressive list of features. The standard Cayenne comes 18-inch alloy wheels as standard, along with rear parking sensors, climate control, electric windows, cruise control and part-leather upholstery.The S version gains a Sport button to sharpen throttle response and different 18-inch alloy wheels. The GTS has a standard sports exhaust with four tailpipes, Bi-Xenon headlights, red-painted brake callipers. It’s also offered in two colours exclusive to this model - Carmine Red or Peridot Metallic.The Turbo version of the Cayenne has unique 19-inch alloy wheels, leather upholstery, 18-way electric adjustment for the front seats and a tyre pressure monitoring system.At the top of the range is the Turbo S which has 21-inch alloy wheels, unique interior colour combinations, carbon fibre trim inserts, and door mirrors finished in a high gloss black.